The Bloggers’ Cafe is buzzing and Twitter has been all-#NECC09-all-day.
For the most part, it seems like the educators here are mostly interested in access, connection, and sharing info via Web 2.0.
I didn’t find a single booth downstairs that talked about any of those things. [Shelly Blake-Plock]
I can’t quite put my finger on what I felt down there today. A little sick at the waste / uselessness of it all (is bringing a pink Cadillac really going to help OKI sell more printers? do they have data on that?)? A wish for more substance and and genuine engagement and less flash?
Maybe it was just such a sharp contrast to the authentic interactions I felt I was having with folks in the Bloggers’ Cafe. Or maybe my crap detector was just on high alert…
These are my notes from the 3rd annual Constructivist Celebration, hosted by Gary Stager at Sidwell Friends School in Washington, DC.Gary Stager150 participants here todaySee constructivistconsortium.org/books for constructivist teaching resourcesTags/hashtags = constructivist […]