I was honored to present at the third annual Reform Symposium a week ago. I spent my morning listening to John Spencer narrate his journey toward more student-directed learning illustrated by his own original drawings. I then got to sit in on William Deyamport‘s personal branding session, which was full of important information on building and protecting your reputation and brand. I was also sitting in on Ann Caryn-Cleveland‘s session on empowering women and girls through technology. Her story was an inspiring one, and I’m now hoping to start an all-girls robotics club this year. After that I caught part of Deven Black‘s story about his journey as a teacher, which is always powerful.
I was also happy to catch Kelly Tenkley‘s story of how she started Anastasia Academy. Despite the uphill climbs and stumbling blocks she faced, I was amazed at how easy she made it sound! I give her kudos for having an idea, turning it into a dream and bringing it to a reality.
I missed the rest of the conference due to a wedding and other responsibilities, so I am looking forward to catching the presentations I missed.
You can check out the Elluminate recording of my session here:
Teaching With Video Games in Mind
As well as the SlideShare:
Check out all of the recordings from the conference here:
Mary Beth Hertz