The Daily Find: March 1, 2011

NAISAC11

Join us for the Online Session: Disrupting the Discourse
Welcome to an NAIS first. This year, one session at the 2011 NAIS conference was scheduled as a BLENDED SESSION. This means that the workshop started in D.C.  with a 1 hour workshop that set the context for two follow-up sessions in the online environment. Join us for these sessions (the first one is Thursday March 3 at 8pm EST) and learn how you can…[MORE]

CONFERENCE BLOGGERS

Martha Haakmat
A Closing to Remember
“It’s our personal responsibility as citizens of this country to do something about educating all children.” Geoffrey Canada began with this statement early on in his talk. Yes, we’ve all…[MORE]

COMMUNITY BLOGGERS

Teresa DeFlitch
NAIS Conference Reflections” PLN’s, Speed, Exposure, and Choices
No Weekly Roundup this week. We didn’t have school on Monday (President’s Day) or Tuesday (snow day!), and on Wednesday I traveled to National Harbor, MD to attend the National Association of Independent Schools conference. I attended several workshops, general sessions, and did my best to stay on top of…[MORE]

The Graphic Advice of Wendy Mogel
I loved the addition of graphic artists at this year’s NAIS Annual Conference. It was a marvel to watch them work and then see the finished product – huge poster board representations of the…[MORE]

@jsvoorhees
“Themes and Thoughts from the NAIS 2011 Annual Conference” My thoughts and selected tweets http://bit.ly/dN671r #naisac11 #isedchat…[MORE]

@aspeyer
10 things I learned at NAIS 2011 annual conference #naisac11 #edchat http://tumblr.com/xmk1mo56xg

@mattscully
Posted 7 take aways from #naisac11 with notes. Topics = design thinking, active learning, art of choosing, leadership – http://bit.ly/9dIzXb

Demetri Orlando
My NAIS AC 2011 Take-Aways
Given the cost and energy in going to a conference, I believe it’s important to have some kind of formal process of reflecting upon the learning that was experienced and so here are my “take-aways” from the 2011 NAIS conference in National Harbor, Maryland…[MORE]

Jonathan Martin
13 Thoughts about NAIS AC 2011
Back now from the stimulating, fascinating, and exhausting frenetic whirlwind that was three days at NAIS Annual Conference 2011. Time for some observations and take-aways…[MORE]

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