Feeling Inadequate?

Just came across another video that drives home how little I know and how little I count.

Let me know what you think…

5 Responses to “Feeling Inadequate?”

  1. 1 Dave K. October 18, 2007 at 4:13 pm

    Um, yeah, here’s something else you don’t know… that’s pretty much the same video I posted here a month or so ago… just packaged differently.

  2. 2 bobbyjones October 22, 2007 at 6:49 pm

    and what’s with the dramatic music?

  3. 3 Matt H. October 30, 2007 at 1:35 pm

    I thought we needed a little more drama!!! Since no one else is contributing to our collective intelligence? Maybe we need a little more fighting in our Fight Club?

    Does anyone else have anything to say? Anyone? Bueller? Bueller?

  4. 4 bobbyjones November 1, 2007 at 2:47 pm

    I went back and viewed Dave’s post again. It is much better (they had Xplane help them with the graphics). And there’s a wiki and blog by these guys that’s really good.



    Here’s what Scott McLeod wrote regarind NCLB:

    100% proficiency on old skills?
    Here’s something if you have a 60- to 90-minute block of time with educators…

    100% Proficiency on Old Skills? A Candid Conversation About the Demands of NCLB and Preparing Students for the New Economy

    Step 1 – download the handout (jot a few notes)
    Step 2 – watch Did You Know? (6:05) (become a little overwhelmed)
    Step 3 – see the slides and listen to the podcast (34:20) (challenge the status quo)
    Step 4 – watch The Human Network (1:32) (remain hopeful)
    Step 5 – start discussing
    Step 6 – hand out either the short version or the long version as a take-away
    Step 7 – share widely!
    P.S. This presentation is better than the one I did last week.

    Posted by Scott McLeod on January 26, 2007 in Gaming, Leadership and Vision, Podcasting, Pre-Service Preparation, Staff Development, Tech Integration, Tech Tools | Permalink

    Technorati Tags: Cisco, Did You Know, Fisch, Human Network, McLeod, NCLB, technology leadership, technology planning

  5. 5 Steve M. November 1, 2007 at 11:53 pm


    That is, listen to my interview with Scott McLeod.

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