I spent my summerholiday's in Pinckney to write on my paper. This Monday was opening day for my old school district and the key note speaker was David Warlick. His presentation was on Telling The New Stroy. He made clear to use that first in our lifetime we try to prepare our students for a unpredictable future. This is only possible if we give students the literacy skills and tools to teach themselves lifelong.
I had a lot of fun talking to David Warlik, and did as well a short interview for my Facharbeit. Thank you very much to David for his time.
I will post again if I have any valuable news
He wrote abour our little talk showGeek!ed! in Pinckney
: "This is being mobloged from the airport, on my phone — so please forgive spelling and grammar probems… I enjoyed a double treat yesterday. It is impossible to express how impressed I was with my audience in Pinckney, Michigan. It was the teachers’ first official day back, and their children are reporting today. On top of that, many of them were going to host open house that evening. Yet, this audience graciously gave me their valuable time, and by indication, their honest professional consideration of the issues that I shared. The second half of the day (..and the second treat) was spent with the technology team of the district. They are also the knowledge, personality, and passion behind Geek!ed! (Google it), a regular podcast of conversations about kids, tech, information, news, and the future. We recorded an episode right after the keynote, and it’s not every day that I have so much fun. We talked for a half hour (the limit for their shows), switched off the recorder, and kept talking. So I pulled out my iPo"