- ECOO13: Call to Action (markwcarbone.ca)
After an amazing Day One, I am ready to start Day Two. I am still trying to process all I learned yesterday. No question, the most important conversation was with MaryKay Goindi @MKGoindi. What she had to say about math: making learning visible, the problem-solving mind set, how to record learning with Evernote, etc was truly amazing. When I wasn’t talking to her I was trying to write down everything that was being discussed. I wish our teachers could have been here, I think they would have loved it.
This is certainly a great education for me.
This is a pretty lame example of what you can record with these tools, but if I can do it anyone can!
What MaryKay had to say about teacher mindset was also extremely important. We are asking teachers to teach math in a way very different from how they were taught. As a principal, I realize now that I need to find opportunities for my teachers to get more training in this new mind set. This is not just a problem at our school, it is a problem for our school board and for our province – lots to think about, lots to do.
Today, I will be starting with the keynote by Robert Baker, Director of Technology, Cincinnati Country Day School. His topic – You Really Can Have It All
His school was the first to go 1:1 way back in 1996! Below is a short video about his school. Great way to start day two!
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