Thank you to those of you who read and/or responded to my last post.
We’ve set the groundwork to start the discussion, but now it’s time to actually jump in. Which, I fear, is often the challenge with social media, ed tech, conferences, and the greater majority of exercises in education. It just sits down at discussion. The legs stop moving and only the mouths seem to work.
Let’s get beyond that.
I think this is a good place to begin. It’s only a brainstorming document, but I’m hoping it will lead to good discussion, which will guide where to go from here. I wish we could all find a way to just get together for a week and dig into some meaningful discussion about it all that would yield some output that could help guide the way technology is, and isn’t, being used in learning. Since we don’t have that luxury, I do believe we can make great progress using the means and minds we have available to us.
So, please add to this document. Invite others to add to it. Check back and react to what’s being built.
We can work collectively to decide where to go from here once the discussion starts taking place. We can negotiate the output. We can start to organize it all. Hopefully, we can find common venues to hold face to face discussions about it. Parts and all of it.
But we first have to begin. I’m hoping you’ll help.
There’s no doubt this will be challenging. It will be frustrating. It will take time. But, I believe it will be worth it.
I’m hoping you believe the same.