Category Archives: Activity

The Daily Find: March 21, 2011

NAISAC11 Back from spring break and catching up on blogs and events from the community. The Daily Find is a feature of the NAIS Annual Conference Online Community which serves to support conversations related to the purpose of independent schools … Continue reading

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The Daily Find: March 9, 2011

NAISAC11 Disrupting the Old Discourse- Final Installment The first formal blended session at the NAIS Annual Conference will present the final segment of their program Thursday March 10th starting at 8pm EST. This interactive online session will be facilitated by … Continue reading

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The Daily Find: March 6, 2011

NAISAC11 Disrupting the Old Discourse Continues… The first formal blended session in an NAIS Annual Conference continues online- Disrupting the Discourse. The first interactive online session was held last Thursday where Larry Kahn, Susan Davis and Chris Bigenho looked at … Continue reading

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The Daily Find: March 3, 2011

NAISAC11 Disrupting the Discourse- Online Follow-up Session 2 Tonight Join us tonight for part two of Disrupt the Discourse. This started in D.C. with a one hour workshop and continues online tonight for part 2 of 3 with an interactive … Continue reading

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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 … Continue reading

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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 … Continue reading

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The Daily Find: February 27, 2011

NAISAC11 The speakers are finished, the workshops are done. Now is the time to reflect on the past three days. What were the Big Ideas that will move your school forward? The following is a Challenge to the Online Community. … Continue reading

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Post Conference Challenge

So….Here is another challenge. During my last visit to Washington D.C., I took the family through the Holocaust Museum. At the end of what I can only describe as a sobering emotional experience, participants are asked to make a commitment … Continue reading

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The Daily Find: February 25, 2011

CONFERENCE BLOGGERS Martha Haakmak Hooray for Pat Bassett There is something about the way Pat Bassett, head of NAIS, captures the moment and sets the tone for…[MORE] Martha Haakmak Make it or Break it Discipline It felt good in this … Continue reading

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The Daily Find: February 23, 2011 (Morning Ed.)

NAISAC11 Multiple Daily Postings of The Daily find The Daily Find will be produced more frequently over the next 3 days as the volume of information should greatly increase. This should also help those who are trying to follow from … Continue reading

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