Last week, Rachel Yurk and I represented Wisconsin at the DEN LC Symposium. Hopefully you’ve read a little about my adventures in previous posts. If you haven’t scroll down. In the next several days, you’ll be reading about the goings on at the National Institute from our Wisconsin representatives, Rita Mortenson and Cathy Houchin.
Cross posted at chadlehman.com (Shameless plug!) On Thursday of the DEN LC Symposium, we took a break from Bentley University and took a field trip via trolley to downtown Boston. There, we attended the Building Learning Communities conference, put on by November Learning. A couple of DEN STARS, Lee Kolbert and Teryl Magee were presenting at the
Thanks to our peeps at Discovery, the Leadership Council Members were given the wonderful opportunity to spend Thursday at the November Learning Conference in Boston. I must say, the keynote given by Dr. Michael Wesch was absolutely inspiring. Michael Wesch is an Associate Professor of Cultural Anthropology at Kansas State University. He is also the
Thursday’s Keynote speaker at 2010 Building Learning Communities speaker was Dr. Michael Wesch – Asst professor of cultural anthropology and digital ethnography, Kansas State University, Manhatten, KS. Those sitting with me and I thought we didn’t know Wesch. As soon as he appeared we realized he is the creator of the viral video, A Vision