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With each newsletters, you can expect a general update from on things I am thinking about and working on, links that caught my eye, and something that made me laugh.
If you’ve been wondering what I have been up to at the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, you can check out some of the work that I’ve contributed to here: http://teacher2teacher.education/. As I have done before through efforts like #engchat, I am working with a team to connect more teachers to one and another in order to improve practice.
I hope this newsletter finds you well and serves as an easy way for us to keep in touch and share each other’s work. I’d love to hear what you’re working on, thinking about, etc.
Blockchain for education guide by Audrey Watters – such an important read when you’re thinking about future of credentialing, hopes and pitfalls of evolving tech
Chris Emdin drops some truth in his new new book – if you care about actively working against systemic racism in schools, this new publication is for you.
Mark Zuckerberg’s Keynote at F8 – confession, I haven’t watched the whole thing but the first few moments about open connectivity and how it can make the world better are powerful (take it with grain of salt.)
A New Map for America – interesting argument about how the way we organize ourselves in states might be an outdated system and unable to meet demands of our changing economy, society
Online Kingdom of ‘Game of Thrones’ Fans – if you love the show as much as I do, you’ll love this piece on intersection of community, connectivity, and this addictive series
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