Back in March I posted that I was a
finalist for the cable industry’s Leaders in Learning Awards. Last Wednesday
officially named a winner. I spent four days in Washington, DC schmoozing with my
Congressional representatives, media bigwigs, and cable executives. It was a
very surreal experience in many ways. We college professors don’t usually get to
hobnob with the rich and famous.
Anyway, I had a blast meeting the other award recipients and appreciated the recognition of the work my co-director, Dr. Joan Hughes, and I are doing
at CASTLE. Here are a few
items that may be of interest:
Leaders in Learning select pictures
- Our agenda for the
- My press release
- My video during the awards ceremony (coming soon, I hope)
- Cable industry video (now airing on local cable channels)
- eSchoolNews TechWatch
- Info on
the other winners
- Info on
Leaders in Learning
If you’re doing interesting things related to technology and/or cable, I
encourage you to apply next year. It was a great experience. Thanks, Cable in the Classroom and Comcast!
Congratulations, Scott. We can say we knew you when!
Congratulations!! Your award is well-deserved!
Congratulations. It’s well deserved.
Your blog has been invaluable resource to me. As I take educational leadership courses I often wish I was living in your neck-of-the-woods and taking the classes that you offer.
Know that what you put in your blog is being put into action on a daily basis.
Keep up the great work and thank you for all that you do.
Congrats Scott, and thanks for your thought provoking and inspiring work,(and effort).
It must be very encouraging to gain recognition. Onwards!
Keep up your good work.
Congratulations! I honestly can’t think of anyone more worthy of this type of honor. As Glenn wrote, you are an invaluable resource to many of us and a true educational leader.
Congratulations! I’m happy for you, and I also appreciate the attention the award brings to your work.
We miss you already! My best to you family.