TEDxDenverED Presentation

I’ve been known to advocate … pontificate? …  for teachers having more voice in general. Well now I’m being asked to do just that … the advocate part that is. I’ll be presenting a TED Talk at TEDxDenverED, on Monday, June 28, 2010, 5:30 – 10:00 PM (includes catered reception)

Ricketson Theatre

Denver Performing Arts Center

(Adjacent to Convention Ctr)
1101 13th Street
Denver, Colorado

The other presenters are listed here.

From the TEDxDenverED web site: TEDxDenverED is centered around the theme of transforming education by empowering people.

A diverse group of educators, innovators and problem-solvers in attendance will have the opportunity to learn from one another, both as speakers and as attendees, and will leave the conference driven to creatively improve our collective future.

I understand the presentations are being streamed live, but I don’t know the particulars yet. School gets out for us the end of this week, then I will go into total prep mode – I’m really stoked … and nervous … but a good nervous I hope,  about sending a powerful message. Hope to see you there.

Learning is messy!

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4 Responses to TEDxDenverED Presentation

  1. AllanahK says:

    How outstanding is that- in every sense of the work.

    I am sure your talk will go down brilliantly- can’t wait to see it streamed.

  2. Mary Harris says:

    Great! You’ll have an opportunity to reach many more. Enjoyed all that I learned from the PLP work.

  3. Brian says:

    Allanah – Wow! Thanks for the support! Hope the can experiment went better the second time.

    Mary – Great to hear that your PLP experience was helpful. Thanks for the vote of confidence.

  4. Wesley Fryer says:

    Congrats and good luck, Brian! Can’t wait to see and share your preso with others, I know you’ll be brilliant! :-)

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