Personalization or Profiling? Childhood in the Ed-Tech Era

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It was great spending time this afternoon with opt out activists in New York City discussing Ed Reform 2.0 developments and digital education. I created a slide share for that presentation, and because it contains a number of useful links and resources, I wanted to make it available to others. Click on the image above to access it. This is a work in progress, so feel free to make suggestions in the comments!

1 thought on “Personalization or Profiling? Childhood in the Ed-Tech Era”

  1. Agan, you have out done yourself. But I believe this is information us activists need to start getting out into the field and educating parents about. Would you consider doing a conference call or webinar to “train” facilitators to deliver this message?? Was your presentation recorded? If so that might be enough. When I first started getting out to educate parents I created a presentation, trained facilitators then allowed them to deliver the message. I knew if I was the only one doing it, it would take years and by then phase 2.0 would have started and I would not have hit as many people as needed fast enough to do it alone. So I created a presentation and trained people that had no real indepth knowledge but wanted to help and were willing to take what I gave them and the training and go for the gusto. As they became more knowledgeable about the subject they interjected their own research but it was a great way to get the ball rolling. I think we should do the same thing with this info. Maybe we could cut it down for a shorter version for this purpose??? If interested in this idea you know how to reach me. THANKS again!!

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