Monday, August 19, 2013

#SXSWedu PanelPicker is live!

Today, Monday, August 19 - The #SXSWedu 2014 PanelPicker is live!  There are 711 proposals for sessions highlighting innovative work happening at the intersections of education and technology, workshops playing with new products and techniques in education, and conversations around major problems that need solving in improving educational outcomes for ALL kids!

As an Advisory Board member, I'm going to be working my butt off for the next few weeks, evaluating session proposals to help select the best, most innovative, and most important to furthering positive conversations in education space for the 2014 SXSWedu.

As a SXSWedu participant educator (and 2013 alum), I'm also looking for sessions I personally want to participate in and promoting the bejeezus out of the sessions I hope to help lead!  (I know that any individual can only formally speak in one session, so if more than 1 of my current 4 sessions is chosen, I'll be looking for awesome colleagues to take my place on some of them!)

Please visit and up-vote my proposed sessions!

Probing Needs & Prototyping Solutions: DT4EdTech
with Jennifer Chan, Stephanie Cerda, and Adam Taylor

In The Trenches with K12 design thinking
with Trey Boden, Dan Ryder, and Jennifer Chan

Lean In EDU Circles
with Alyssa Gallagher, Kami Thodarson, and Mary Cantwell

Win-Win! Strategies for EdTech/Educator Engagement
with Stephanie Sandifer, Dion Lim, and Jay Goyal


Also check out these other awesome educators and their sessions, and up-vote them!

Stop.Collaborate&Listen: Teachers&Edtech Team Up by Stephanie Cerda and Ben Stern

Developing a 1:1 Culture in Schools by Martin Moran

Empower Your Students Thru 1:1 ACCESS by Jason Markey

SAMR SLAMR: Maximizing Learning Potential in App by Gabriella Meyers, Julie Garcia, Josh Mika

Innovation+Social Media in the classroom= NOW! by Don Wettrick

Primary Source Research and Narrative Presentation by Julie Wilcott and Richard Perry
Bridging the Digital Divide with BYOD Equity by Michael Mills, Tim Clark, Jessica Herring, and Sandy Kendell


If you're a classroom teacher and want me to help promote your session as well, let me know and I'll add it!

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