UPDATE: You can now watch my entire panel discussion (and the rest of the conference) right here: http://events.theatlantic.com/technologies-education/2012/
I’ll be appearing at the Atlantic Technologies in Education Forum in Washington D.C. on Tuesday. I’m taking part in what looks to be a really interesting panel on the roll teachers play in game-based learning. My panel starts at 10:25.
It looks like you’ll be able to watch it live here.
Some other nice things recently. MineShift/KQED recently did an article on MinecraftEdu that was great. Lots of really nice quotes, like this:
Though Coia’s school was willing to pay for the game, he says he would have gone for it anyway. “Looking back, I would have paid it out of pocket if I needed to,” he said. “It’s that good.”
Also fun… my work was recently talked about on the CBC, Canadian Public Radio.
This has a special personal meaning for me… Although I’m from New York City, I spent a lot of time in Nova Scotia, Canada growing up. The CBC was always on and it’s really my idea of a perfect radio station. So I’m delighted to have reached those particular Canadia airwaves!