Keith Krueger from CoSN.org - Learning to Change, Changing to Learn: Global Lessons

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Keith R. Krueger is CEO of the Consortium for School Networking (CoSN), a U.S. nonprofit organization that serves as the voice of K-12 technology leaders, especially school district CTO’s, who use technology strategically to improve teaching and learning.

Keith will talk with us on the topic of "Learning to Change, Changing to Learn: Global Lessons:" Technology in education can be transformative - but it requires strong collaborative leadership and a clear vision and commitment to quality professional development. Hear about the lessons learned from global research on effectiveness of technology in education. Learn about the critical role of the education leaders, both those in charge of technology, as well as those in charge of education, in setting the vision and the essential skills you need for success.

Keith serves on the Advisory Boards for eSchool News, Scholastic Administr@tor Magazine, the Friday Institute at NC State University, GetNetWise and Generation Y. He is a past Board Member for the Organizations Concerned about Rural Education (OCRE) and served for many years as Board Member and Treasurer of the National Committee on Technology in Education & Training (NCTET). In 2008 he was selected by eSchool News as one of ten people who have had a profound impact on educational technology in the last decade.

Mr. Krueger has a global reputation as a key thought leader. He has represented the National Science Foundation on a joint EU/US committee planning a joint research agenda for eLearning, and served as an NGO delegate to various United Nations and G8 international ICT in education meetings. He has organized senior level U.S. delegations to visit Australia, Asia and Europe to examine best practice in educational technology.

As a Certified Association Executive, he has a long background in nonprofit/association management and is particularly interested in using information technologies for education, health and libraries. He has a Masters of Arts in Public Affairs from the Hubert H. Humphrey Institute at the University of Minnesota.

Date: Monday, February 23, 2009

Time: 6:30pm Pacific / 9:30pm Eastern / 2:30am GMT (next day) (international times here)

Location: In Elluminate. Log in at https://sas.elluminate.com/m.jnlp?sid=2008350&password=M.F7E3E6.... The Elluminate room will be open up to 30 minutes before the event if you want to come in early.

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RECORDINGS
Full Elluminate Recording: https://sas.elluminate.com/p.jnlp?psid=2009-02-23.1834.M.FB2810330B...
Audio Recording: http://audio.edtechlive.com/foe/KEITH KRUEGER.mp3
Chat Log: http://audio.edtechlive.com/foe/KEITH KRUGER.rtf (This is a .rtf file--save it an open in any word processor)
Portable Video: http://audio.edtechlive.com/foe/KEITH KRUGER.mp4

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One of my colleagues sent me a wonderful video where Mr Krueger appeared discussing the future of education. It was among the best I've seen in articulating the opportunities of the future.

The Ingenesist Project specifies an innovation economy where human knowledge is tangible outside the construct of the traditional corporation, government, and even academia; and instead, within social networks enabled by social media.

This is a very optimistic thesis that would ultimately result in many of the ideals expressed in the video; Here is a link to our series in the next economic paradigm:

http://www.ingenesist.com
http://www.ingenesist.com/iec-101

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Again, thank you

Daniel R. Robles

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