Jeff Piontek is an author, keynote speaker and teacher (most importantly). Jeff is also the Head of School for the innovative Hawaii Technology Academy. He has worked with US school districts nationally on affecting educational change and reform. Jeff is a former Director of Instructional and Informational Technology for the NYC Department of Education and State Science Specialist for the Hawaii Department of Education. Jeff is an educational innovator and the keynote speaker for the Computer Using Educators of BC Conference (CUEBC) this fall. He has received many accolades including an award for “Innovation in the Economy by an Individual” from the Governor of the State of Hawaii for his STEM education work. For detailed bio and video, click here.
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The 20 year old had very different educational experiences with technology than the 15 year old
... now take that with 10 or 5 year olds?
We really have to wait for the generation studying to be teachers today to enter the classrooms
and from what?
today project teams use amazing web tools to collaborate
the world is flat ..., ... more so, the organization is now flat, Education should be flat too!
if you can do the job, no one will care where you come from
social media map in the view of a 15 year old student, 1: Web site, 2: Blog, 3: Twitter, 4: MySpace, 5: Facebook, 6: Youtube, 7: Flickr
Kids already try to build their own online presence