November 15, 2007

Ewan in Derbyshire on Media Lit, Visual Storytelling

I've been reading the superb Henry Jenkins and some of his wonderful points in a recent paper, if not a little too complex to get across in one small talk, were included in this teacher's small talk this morning - and contributed to my wee overrun (wrist duly slapped).

The main thrust of what I was saying can be seen in video from my New Zealand conference appearance, with accompanying links and notes here, and the gaming for visual storytelling is fairly well summed up in a previous post, too.

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Hi Ewan,

Just to say I found the conference today very useful and have now joined edu-blogs to start blogging!

A big thank you to all of you! Really enjoyed today and found it's inspired me to use ICT more effectively in my teaching.

Take care,
Adele

Hi Ewan,

Just to say I found the conference today very useful and have now joined edu-blogs to start blogging!

A big thank you to all of you! Really enjoyed today and found it's inspired me to use ICT more effectively in my teaching.

Take care,
Adele

Brilliant conference today - I was inspired and have now spent whole evening on the web exploring and investigating! The risk assessments and lesson planning will have to wait a bit! Keep up the evangelism.

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Ewan McIntosh is the founder of NoTosh, the no-nonsense company that makes accessible the creative process required to innovate: to find meaningful problems and solve them.

Ewan wrote How To Come Up With Great Ideas and Actually Make Them Happen, a manual that does what is says for education leaders, innovators and people who want to be both.

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School leaders and innovators struggle to make the most of educators' and students' potential. My team at NoTosh cut the time and cost of making significant change in physical spaces, digital and curricular innovation programmes. We work long term to help make that change last, even as educators come and go.

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