Friday 21 November 2008

Kent TV interview - headteachers conference 08

I rushed in from the airport to address Kent's annual Headteachers' Conference 08. Kent TV intervieed me afterwards about what I'd said, and why I was there.

This is the interview.

Learners' voice, global education, policy, etc

Wednesday 5 November 2008

Be Very Afraid

Each year a selection of ingenious students - from primary to university age - are invited along to BAFTA in London's Piccadilly to show and talk about the extraordinary things they are doing with new technologies in their learning. These conversations are captured as video - with great production values - and can all be found from the event website HERE

Each year I get to do a reflective summary at the end - these are on the website, but also on YouTube. Here is the one from 2008

And here is a BBC Radio 4 Learning Curve programme, made after one such BVA event,

Saturday 1 November 2008

Learning to Change/Changing to Learn

the Learning to Change/Changing to Learn video was made by the talented folk (Stephen Brown et al). With a host of sensible folk intervied this was a provocation for the excellent Consortium for School Networking conference in 2008. It is used by a LOT of schools as a stimulus for CPD, discussion etc. Lots of useful little sound bites, great production values.

"every turned off device is potentially a turned off child"
"nearly now"

Here is the link to the video on the Pearson Foundation website, and also on YouTube