What’s your vision for technology-enriched learning and teaching? [VIDEO]

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Does your school organization have a vision for technology-enriched learning and teaching? If so, is that vision one that is shared by the larger community? Many school systems are turning to video to help facilitate a shared vision across various constituent groups. Below is one example, A New Design for Education, created by the Farmington and Spring Lake Park school systems in Minnesota.

Has your school or district made a video like this? If so, please share it in the comments area by Tuesday, April 2. If there are enough submissions, I’ll compile them and make a second post. Happy viewing!

3 comments on this post.
  1. Anthony Weeks:

    Hi, Scott! Thanks for the shout out on the video. I illustrated and edited the video along with the great people at the Farmington-Spring Lake Park school district. Looking forward to reading your blog more regularly and being part of the conversation.

  2. Lissa:

    No vision + no communication = edtech disaster. Definitely sharing this with our admin!

  3. Tracy Watanabe:

    Hi Scott,

    I gave the task of capturing what Collaboration Coaching is at their sites. Collaboration Coaches foster 21st century learning in the classrooms through teachers collaborating to learn together and create together. In my post are the links to those videos that they created collaboratively.

    These videos show their collected vision of building 21st century learning. Enjoy!

    Kind regards,
    Tracy Watanabe

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