Perlis: When you have relationship between content and audience, only then do you begin monetizing it. #MSCW2016
@unetweets And, in a rush, types “such” as “scub” :)
We have 10,000 years of technology evolution, each phase taking on repetitive tasks. Focus on the deepest levels of consciousness.
Are processors getting small enough to serve as antennas and receivers as human brains do? Can consciousness be filtered through hardware?
Is intelligence simply based on neural networks? Is there more? Do we need to understand consciousness that is “received” through neurons?
Girls and minorities thrive in experiential learning. Traditional passive instruction can be seen as form of discrimination #stemafterschool
How are computational problem-solving and 21st-century skills addressed in the webmaker initiative? TIA if you can send URLs! #teachtheweb
Boston’s new mayor announces first-ever Chief Digital Officer to increase digital connectedness and communication - bit.ly/1ql8RNe
Bowman: It just takes one person, no matter the role, to listen to a child, focusing on strengths and opportunities. #mesca
#mainestem Summit: Shout out for Maine app inventing challenges! Covers all focus areas across all learning levels (previous tweet).
Cooperative Catalyst: Khan Academy does not constitute an education revolution, but I’ll tell you what does - http://t.co/87wLHRf2
Kittery ME “Vision for the Future” would transform H.S. into a learning hub connected with the community - http://t.co/GZmHnzfY
Miemis: Envsioning a live/work campus with elements of university, Plato’s Academy, ashram. To feed mind, body, soul. http://t.co/UsNwgRMn
Big news for connected learning: Departments of Education and Defense launch Learning Registry tools and community - http://t.co/y7JZc8JN
Keep the Internet free for our children’s learning: oppose Senate resolution to end Net Neutrality. Vote is this am. http://t.co/4co3pXq9
Received first-ever voicemail from 5yo daughter. Excitement about K-5 grrls soccer camp with college mentors. Incredible growing experience.
@steveritchie Benefit of an old house originally built section by section: we can still close down to just the main room w/stove if needed.
Ice-frosted branches glint in morning sunshine … then “crack” as they snap and fall. Branches are all along roads and sidewalks.
Power outage was a reminder of dependency on cheap energy power grid: warmth, work, connections, transportation, food, refrigeration …