Going One-to-One

Presenter: Patrick Fogarty
Location: Brooklyn, New York, USA
Twitter: @fogarty22

Presentation Title: Going One-to-One

Presentation Description: “One-to-one computing” is more than another educational buzzphrase; it’s a movement whose proponents aim to make our classrooms resemble the workplace of today and tomorrow rather than the factories of the 19th century. It’s an idea developed through thirty years of trial and error by some of the most brilliant minds in technology and education, and luminaries ranging from Steve Jobs and Bill Gates to Harold Gardner and Salman Khan have contributed ideas small and large to its conceptual framework. It also creates for us the opportunity to engage our students on their level, as digital natives rather than classroom outsiders.

Link to presentation’s supporting documents:
https://www.dropbox.com/s/xx3ygwlqweaoy3k/K12%20Online%20Learning%20Conference%20Presentation.ppt

Additional Information:
Please visit me at about.me/pfogarty and my blog at http://fogarty22.wordpress.com.

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3 Responses to “Going One-to-One”

  1. karen says:

    If you’d like to discuss this video with others, you can do that at the P2PU group here: https://p2pu.org/en/groups/k12-online-2012/content/going-one-to-one/

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