This is a recording of (and related links/resources) for the kick-off of Knocking On The Door, one of the main forums for CEM, covering such questions as:

  • How can educators best take advantage of big technological trends such as mobile and gaming in their classrooms this year?
  • What innovations and technologies being explored and leveraged outside education today have the greatest potential to be repurposed or extended to create educational value?

The kick-off consisted of panel and open discussion moderated by Steve Hargadon.  Panelists included Drew Davidson, Chris Dede, Cable Green, and John Katzman.

Recordings

Need help viewing the program?  Contact us: cem@connectededucators.org

Afterwards…

* Want to continue the discussion, have something you want to say?  This session was just the beginning of a soon-to-be launched month-long forum on the same topics (Knocking On The Door: Connected Education & New Technologies) that will involve many of the panelists you just saw and more, and culminate with action items for the field.  You’re invited to join us and be part of it–sign up for CEM to be alerted when it opens and get a link to the open door!

* Never been part of a forum before? Not sure you have what it takes yet?  A great place to get up to speed is CEM’s collection of connected educator starter resources, including a starter kit, our help desk, and more…

* Interested in more panels like this?  There’s a whole collection of them to access on the CEM Kickoff page, and an even bigger (much bigger) fully searchable and browsable collection/calendar of CEM events and activities from 100+ participating organizations on the Connected Educator Month home page.

 

One Response to Forum Kickoff: Knocking At The Door–Connected Education & New Technologies

  1. I am trying to join the Forum Kickoff, but nothing happens….

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