Monday, 29 August 2011

Digital Renaissance - Lose Ctrl, Take ⌘

Does the picture above look familiar? I like to think of the 2 armed guards standing behind Socrates to be the BC version of network administrators.

Education hasn't changed much since those days. This is a classroom that you probably remember:

And this was the classroom of tomorrow, circa yesterday:

The one thing that our progress between ancient greek methods and the classroom of today have in common is simply: Teachers who inspire. The difference are the tools that you use, and these are tools that are meant to empower you to be the champions of our Digital Renaissance.

A tagline of our current tools is "Think Different".

As educators, I believe that our core philosophy is "Make a Difference". (See what I did there? With Socrates and the reference to philosophy?)