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This is just a short preview of Greg's talk at the 2012 Emerging Media Conference in Seattle.

This is just a short preview of Greg's talk at the 2012 Emerging Media Conference in Seattle.

To watch the video of his talk and others visit http://wappow.com/category/emerging-media/

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    Greg Bamford Technology and Education Greg Bamford Technology and Education Presentation Transcript

    • Technology and Education:Where Are We Going? Greg Bamford, Rational Interaction Subtitle here
    • This is a school. So is this.
    • Who the hell am I?• Vice President at Rational Interaction• Over a decade as a college prep teacher• Led teacher teams and programs• Consult with schools on strategic planning and the future of learning• Went into organizational and strategic development
    • Source: Apple.com
    • Knowledge is something you get vs.Knowledge is something you make
    • Source: KhanAcademy.org
    • “An innovation that is disruptiveallows a whole new populationof consumers access to a productor service that was historically onlyaccessible to consumers with a lotof money or a lot of skill.” - Clayton Christensen Source: claytonchristensen.com
    • Source: Moody’s Analytics, “Student Lending’s Failing Grade.”
    • Source: NAIS.org
    • "How do we learn?" "What can we create?""What does it mean to lead?"
    • Source: FastCoDesign.com
    • This is a school. So is this.
    • Thank you!Greg Bamford@gregbamfordRational Interaction@GoRationalwww.GoRational.com