#TEDTuesday – Ken Robinson: How to escape education’s death valley

I have been learning about the American legislation “No Child Left Behind”. Sir Ken Robinson gives an interesting spin on it and says that they are basing it only on the STEM areas. But it should include the arts, physical […]

#FF James Burchill

  James Burchill is a great source of knowledge. The other night at Social Fusion Networking Oakville (#sfnOAKV), we had a great discussion about email marketing and some of the new rules around your email marketing lists. He has built […]

#TEDTuesday Sir Ken Robinson says schools kill creativity

For those that don’t know, I’m taking a few courses at Athabasca University to bump my GPA for admission to my Master’s Degree in Educational Technologies. I have figured out in recent years that this is a passion of mine […]

#FF ProductCamp Toronto

I’m sure that you’ve all heard me talk about my friend¬†Alex Blom. He and I met at Product Camp a few years ago. I attended my first one shortly after I graduated Ryerson University. I wasn’t sure what I wanted […]

#TED Tuesday Sugata Mitra: Build a School in the Cloud

This is a video I found while studying for my course at Athabasca University in Computer Based Learning (EDPY 479). I posted one from him just last week and I don’t think there is anything Sugata Mitra can’t accomplish. When […]