Today’s post shares my sources from my SeLNO symposium session.
SeLNO Symposium Website and Resources
Follow the Twitter stream at #selno
Hats off to the organizers of the Ed Camp Hamilton event – great turn day, great turn out and awesome conversations. I really enjoyed the positive energy of a professional learning event where people chose to attend and brought their opens minds – wonderful!!!
I wanted to share a few resources from the event so that the learning and ideas continue.
The twitter stream is captured online via Storify.
Archives from the live streaming are now up on YouTube. Enjoy these deep conversations:
Monitor the Twitter stream at #edcampham
Keep the learning going!
This post combines the slide decks and resources from the 2 English Association sessions on the April 17th professional learning session into one presentation.
Last fall I can remember sitting in a Starbucks with Donna Fry working on our OSSEMOOC project, and talking passionately about the importance of being “present” – living life in the moment and explicitly doing the best thing possible in that moment: listen, understand, suggest, advise, coach, act … you get the picture. I don’t recall specifically how we got onto the topic, but the importance of the conversation stayed with me. This is a choice, a way of living, a way to interact with people. That is the “now”.
In his recent address to Microsoft employees on the 40th anniversary of the company, Bill Gates restated his views on the importance of making “the power of technology accessible to everyone, connect people to each other and make personal computing available everywhere.”
And then, there it was – a very powerful quote: “What matters most is what we do next” he wrote. Let that sink in: What matters most is what we do next.
Lets take a moment to frame the importance of now & next in terms of our GAFE Summit experience this weekend.
Be in the moment – learn, experiment, play, document, ask and savour the joy of learning.
What will you do to
It is up to you. What is your NEXT?
Resources: Read Bill Gates email address to Microsoft employees email address.