David blogs at Two Cents Worth - http://davidwarlick.com/2cents/
Started out with an elephant on a trampoline video (this is what we need to make schools do)
Handouts will be at http://handouts.davidwarlick.com/
If you blog about his session, please include the phrases "flat classroom" and "david warlick" so that your post becomes part of the wiki/handouts.
"collaborative notebook" - someone in the audience registered on David's wiki page for this program while David was talking about it :-)
talked about using a wiki for a study guide for a history class in which the students build the guide, not the teacher
talked about bloggercons, unconferences, and PodcasterCon
showed Bloglines - it brings things to me
the number of people who have access to broadband internet in their homes increased 40% in one year
- this year, China will pass the U.S. in broadband subscriptions
what's really changed with the web? what are the new characteristics of information?
1. networked - it's not just can you read, but do you have the skills to expose the truth
showed a tag cloud for a Technorati search for Thomas Friedman's "The World Is Flat"
"The Creative Class" book
showed his son - iPod, Xbox, online gaming (collaborating to accomplish a goal), laptop with IM
we look at this picture and we see the technology
probably 1/4 of the audience knew what RSS is!
showed his "personal learning network" - people who can help me do my job
quote that today children think everything is "clickable," including their parents
the audience as the source of wealth
David, I'd like a copy of the video you showed at the beginning! :-D
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