Disruptive EdTech

Our culture has been tech driven since someone used the term “Space Age” to prematurely describe the 1960s. Just as William Gibson said, the Future is already here, it’s just not evenly distributed. So it is with technology in education, technology moves in the blink of an eye and education struggles to stay relevant. This category looks at what might work, what needs work and all the widely hails “solutions looking for problems.”

macworld2012: Day Two

TT951: Main Stage: The Future of Learning (10:00am) Speaker: Nick Floro, President, Sealworks Interactive Studios Blurb: Join us for this in-depth look at how Apple design and technologies are changing learning today and what’s just around the corner. We’ll also look at HTML5, Gamification, Personalization, Mobile, and Augmented Reality to see how learning is changing. What can […]

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macworld2012: Day One

This was my fifth macworld (2000, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2012) but my first one without Apple participation or a major opening session keynote. This was also the first macworld where I was going to be a presenter (see CUE@macworld2012) so I was really looking forward to this adventure. One interesting thing that I had noted […]

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CUE@macworld2012

After spending the previous day traveling from Orlando to San Francisco and the previous night getting to know my CUE@macworld 2012 companions it was time to go down to the Moscone Center West for our day long series of presentations. You can follow my tweets from the day before here (addition links to tweets will be […]

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