On October 27, I'll be attending an education summit, "Breakthrough Learning in a Digital Age", at Google's Mountain View headquarters. It promises to be an exciting opportunity to learn from some of the nation's foremost experts on digital media, education and public policy.
In anticipation of this event, I've been asked to blog on the topic of how technology can transform teacher practices. While I have no shortage of personal opinions and experiences on this topic, I'd like to incorporate the views of people in my personal learning network. Please take a moment to fill out the following survey.
Please do not focus on TOOLS! How has teaching and learning changed in your classroom? What is different about the way you work, than say, 10 years ago? What are the processes you went through in order to become a digital teacher/learner? What issues affect the way you teach or serve as an administrator?
Thanks in advance!