Sharing: The Moral Imperative

Presenter: Dean Shareski
Location: Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan, Canada
Twitter: @shareski

Presentation Title: Sharing: The Moral Imperative

Presentation Description: This keynote looks at the new obligation of sharing for educators. With stories from the a variety of sources, the fact that we now have the ability to teach and share beyond our classrooms is moving from “nice to do” to “necessary to do”. See if you agree.


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Blog: Ideas and Thoughts from an EdTech
Twitter: @shareski

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139 Responses to “2010 PRECONFERENCE KEYNOTE
Sharing: The Moral Imperative”

  1. […] Dean Shareski explains why teachers should share. Video includes several great examples of collaboration that happened fairly naturally. This perspective makes me glad I decided to make this journal public. This entry was posted in Links and tagged edtech. Bookmark the permalink. ← One Step Closer Evaluation Rubric for Educational Apps → […]

  2. […] maintained. However, having viewed Dean’s 2010 K-12 Online Conference keynote video, entitled “Sharing: The Moral Imperative”, and following his interesting blog and tweets (@shareski), I know that Dean is also a very […]

  3. […] resource, etc. Dean Shareski discusses this idea of sharing in his 2010 Preconference Keynote Sharing: The Moral Imperative for the 2010 K12 Online Conference (for more information, visit my post on this […]

  4. […] Hopefully others will share their thoughts and their manifestos too. However, please note: as Dean Shareski says, “I’m a giant derivative… I won’t pretend that I’m going to share […]

  5. […] Shareski’s 2010 K12 Online keynote, Sharing, the Moral Imperative View on ExposureRoom addthis_url = […]

  6. […] Dean Shareski talked about Identity Day in his fantastic keynote, “The Moral Imperative“, he discussed how as educators we need to share as a way to further education for our […]

  7. […] You shouldn’t have to pay me twice. I also believe, as my friend Dean Shareski once stated, that sharing is a moral imperative—a responsibility we have as educators—not just a nice thing to […]

  8. […] Shareski – Sharing the Moral Imperative – 2010 Pre-conference Keynote K12 Online Conference – http://k12onlineconference.org/?p=610 […]

  9. […] long as educators keep doing amazing things and sharing those stories of authentic and deep learning, schools, and ultimately public perception, will […]

  10. […] can come back to in the future.  (I also invoked my inner Dean Shareski and informed them of their moral imperative to share their new found expertise by contributing to the […]

  11. […] Date : September 4th, 2011Category : PDAuthor : mcgaugheyNo comments Dean Shareski was one of the keynote presenters at the Abel Summer Institute in Toronto this summer.  While setting up this blog and preparing for the beginning of a new school year I came across his virtual keynote at the 2010 K12 online  conference entitled: Sharing: The Moral Imperative. […]

  12. […] working for Prairie South School Division.  His K-12 Online Keynote last year entitled, “The Moral Imperative“, really opened my eyes (and many others) on how as educators, we need to share our work. […]

  13. […] de aprendizaje basada en el procomún cuestiona la ética del paradigma del “mío-propio” y presenta el compartir como un imperativo ético como bien lo expone Dean Shareski en una charla. En mi caso confieso que hace años me molestaba el […]

  14. […] night, our EC&I 831 class was treated to a presentation by Dean Shareski.  I had viewed the link to that Alec had suggested, as well as the awesome video that he had created for Alec’s […]

  15. […] week Dean Shareski  challenged us as educators to consider sharing as a moral imperative, challenging us to ponder “is our best work accessible to everyone?”  My friend whose parent […]

  16. […] must confess that I’m in between “La vida en tiempo real”, from JLMolinuevo and “Sharing: The Moral Imperative”, from Dean Sharesky. Such mix cannot produce good results, . So, I’m kind of on a spin to […]

  17. […] you to Dean Shareski for passionately spreading the message of “Sharing: The Moral Imperative.” Thank you to my PLN for tirelessly answering the bat signal. And thank you to the countless […]

  18. […] thinking that I’d like to share a clip from Deans SHARE-ski’s Sharing, the Moral Imperative as an intro in my Project.  I’d like to stir some passion and create a vision for sharing […]

  19. […] To listen to “Sharing: The Moral Imperative”, click here. […]

  20. […] Erik also referred us to Dean Shareski’s video from his keynote presentation ‘Sharing: The Moral Imperative’ […]

  21. […] to do. No doubt that sharing is good, let me state that again…that’s a great message in Dean Shareski’s video. It goes too far, tough. A better way to explain this is to suggest that effective educator […]

  22. […] person I would like to thank is Dean Shareski.  Thank you for sharing your work. Seeing your work The Moral Imperative and more recently Who Is Your Teacher has inspired me and reminded me that sharing is part of […]

  23. […] the preparation of this post and the addition of Step 8 in Leading Learning Forward, be sure to see the K12 online conference keynote by Dean Shareski available here (or the edited version embedded […]

  24. […] idea put me in mind of a keynote from the 2010 K12 Online conference by Dean Shareski (is that his real name?) about the importance of of teachers sharing their work and […]

  25. […] Why do I care about sharing with and learning from others? Dean Shareski sums it up for me in his K12Online Keynote. It’s so nice to have reached a point where I again feel a sense of familiarity combined with […]

  26. […] academia. Is education the last major social organizer?   After watching Dean Shareski’s video, I felt like I’m becoming a part of something very valuable. It is true, teaching is about […]

  27. […] our second session, I simply showed a couple of apps and shared this Dean Shareski video and had participants tweet and share thoughts, while I engaged with them online.  The conversation […]

  28. […] heritage/history, or one aspect of it–kind of like the identity project highlighted in the k12 online conference video. I’m doing Social Studies Ed in the secondary school, and I’m especially sensitive to […]

  29. Robin says:

    What I now get is that I have to tap into these resources. And I have to work at sharing back–not just using, but giving back.

  30. […] I mentioned in my sessions, we are creating networked learners and we need to share. As Dean Shareski is so often quoted, “We are what we share.” There was some serious sharing going on, […]

  31. […] Dean Shareski shares a great presentation from the 2010 K12 Online Conference titled, “Sharing: The Moral Imperative” that you can view here. […]

  32. […] an Idea“, Dean Shareski’s K12 Online keynote presentation appropriately titled  “The Moral Imperative of Sharing” and several blog posts here on Langwitches linked from “What Do You Have to […]

  33. […] heart of the quote connects me to Dean Shareski’s K-12 Online conference keynote titled “Sharing, the Moral Imperative” [ as […]

  34. […] of us have shifted our positions that much, although in this talk he did not explicitly mention sharing as a moral imperative  and he did ask participants what the dangers of sharing might […]

  35. […] then watching a video suggested by Dr. Ransom entitled Sharing: The Moral Imperative, (please see: http://k12onlineconference.org/?p=610 ), I started to realize that teaching really is all about sharing and the more resources that we […]

  36. […] about the responsibility that we have to share and curate. You can also view @shareski’s keynote presentation Sharing as Caring for the 2010 K-12 On-Line conference. Shane Brewer’s post was a response to Shareski’s […]

  37. […] chamber’, and also reminds me of how I blatantly borrowed this very idea from Dean’s Moral Imparative to Share K12Online presentation for my Transforming Education presentation. (Yes, he gets full credit… […]

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