Coming At You Via Livestream On Wednesday, January 11

I’ll be facilitating a brief workshop and delivering an even briefer lecture at The Urban School of San Francisco on Wednesday, January 11. I’m told that both events are at capacity, but my hosts will be streaming our sessions on their Livestream channel.

The workshop runs from 12:00 to 2:30. (All times Pacific.) It will comprise a) a problem-solving session, b) a debrief of that session, c) some practice turning the raw mathematical material we find in textbooks, on the Internet, and in our daily lives into perplexing tasks for our students.

I’ve titled the lecture “Capturing, Sharing, and Resolving Perplexity.” I would have gone with “The Instructional Technology Presentation for People Who Don’t Like Instructional Technology Presentations” but I’m a coward.

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8 Comments

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    Dan,
    Not being familiar with any Livestream channel, does this mean that we can watch the session unfold with simply a “click”? No password required? Thanks!
    Monica

  2. Reply

    Hi Dan,

    I fit right into the “for people who are overwhelmed by instructional technology,” so don’t be chicken!

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    Monica:

    Not being familiar with any Livestream channel, does this mean that we can watch the session unfold with simply a “click”? No password required? Thanks!

    In theory, it’s just that easy. Fingers crossed!

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