Here are some of the best links we’ve found that sum up the activities and experiences from last week’s DML 2012 conference:
- John Seely Brown gave an inspiring keynote. Imagine there was a little bump in “Montessori” searches on Google following this… (DMLResearchHub)
- Connie Yowell introduces a new model for learning. (Huffington Post)
- Steve Hargadon blogs about the long tail of ed reform and how support doesn’t just look like this –> $$$. (SteveHargadon.com)
- Philadelphia-based humanities teacher Chad Sansing raises important questions about education conference models. (Classroots.org)
- Bud the Teacher offers tips for DML 2013 (Bud the Teacher)
- Doug Belshaw recaps day 2 of the conference, including his participation in the Hive Learning Networks panel (Doug’s Conference Blog)
- Representatives from a new youth media network hosted a panel entitled, “Case Study in Digital Media and Learning Partnerships: A Youth-Centered Design Framework in San Francisco” (Community Media in Transition)
- Introducing the winners of the HASTAC Badges for Lifelong Learning competition. (OpenMatt)
- David Theo Goldberg discusses excitement and skepticism around badges for lifelong learning. (DMLCentral)
- Hive NYC member Downtown Community Television had three representatives at the conference, and they share impressions and lessons learned here and here. (DCTV)
- Hive NYC member Barry Joseph (Global Kids) compiled this participatory document to define a “Comprehensive Understanding of Badging Systems”. Also, check out these photos from the Global Kids panel and Mozilla Science Fair.
- The week that crushed all others, from Mozilla’s Erin Knight.
And then there was this! Our own Chris Lawrence capped off the event with his Ignite talk, “How to Throw a Learning Party.”