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Making Sparks: Putting Technology at the Service of Childhood Development

October 27th, 2010 · Comments Off · artteacher, creativity, digital divide, drawings, education, exploding tv, graphic faciliation, graphic recording, images, kids, making the world a better place, personal meanderings, Public Speaking, teaching, Uncategorized, visual facilitation

I was honored to have the chance to do large scale visual notes at the Sprout Fund’s Making Sparks event in Pittsburgh recently. Community members, childhood development specialists, technologists, and media producers converged to share ideas, tips, and inspiration around the topic of how to create projects that engage children ages birth to eight in […]

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Visual Notes from the Rethinking the Library Junto Event

February 6th, 2009 · 3 Comments · creativity, digital divide, drawings, drawings of the week, education, event maps, Good Causes, graphic faciliation, images, kids, making the world a better place, nptech

(click to see larger image) Notes from the Rethinking the Library event at P’unk Avenue in Philly. The place was packed with passionate people, who sent their ideas flying around the room about the unique institution of the American Library. Panelists included: Jim Pecora Maria Falgoust Sarah Murphy Moderator: Nate Hill Some threads: The importance […]

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TUES, Aug 12, 9-10PM Eastern–Par-tay With Phil Shapiro: Public Geek

August 11th, 2008 · Comments Off · artteacher, building a better talkshow, creativity, dc media makers, digital divide, Good Causes, images, Interviews, Jonny Interviews People, Jonny's Par-Tay, Jonny's Par-tay Archives, live streaming video, making the world a better place, media musings, nptech, People Who Rock, talkshow journal

Watch the show LIVE at 9PM Eastern. CLICK HERE NOTE: The Par-tay airs live on TUESDAY this week. Phil Shapiro is a teacher, media maker, prankster and an innovator. He’s musician, storyteller, and open source fanatic. He even created a new job title for himself: public geek. Phil knows more about YouTube than anyone we […]

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