Video Podcast – Chillin' with Kevin

Do you know Kevin Honeycutt? If you do not, you should. He is wise, talented, sincere, loves kids, and wildly funny. Here is a vidcast we did at the recent NCAETC conference. The most fun I have ever had in an interview.

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CHAMPIONS OF RUNAWAY AND HOMELESS YOUTH RECEIVE NATIONAL HONORS

REPRESENTATIVE RUBEN HINOJOSA AND XM RADIO NAMED ³CHAMPIONS OF YOUTH National Network for Youth Symposium Presents Awards on Tuesday, January 29 at Omni Shoreham Hotel, Washington, DC Washington, DC– National Network for Youth is proud to honor VIRGIN MOBILE with the Golden Pen Award in addition to REPRESENTATIVE RUBEN HINOJOSA and XM RADIO being recognized [...]

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November is National Homeless Youth Awareness Month

  VISIT HOMELESSYOUTHAMONGUS.ORG FOR MORE DETAILS http://www.youtube.com/HomelessYouthAmongUs

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What Congress Did While You Were Away

                                                                               http://www.naehcy.org/backtoschool.html       National Association for the Education of Homeless Children and Youth   BOARD OF DIRECTORS PRESIDENTShelley Reed (Maine) VICE PRESIDENTTim Stahlke (Texas) SECRETARY Mattie McVeyy Lord [...]

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Go VOTE on NetSquared

Had an awesome time in Raleigh, NC presenting two workshops for the NC DOE state conference on homelessness. Met some incredible people with so much heart. They spend their time at work making the world a better place. Skyped in Steve Hargadon to talk about easy and cheap ways to create Internet ready  computer labs [...]

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Geeking Our Way to a Better World

Go out into the world today and love the people you meet. Let your presence light new light in the hearts of people. -Mother Teresa Thinking more about the homeless issue and how to make an impact. Steve Hargadon and I have been throwing ideas around for awhile now. I plan to Skype him into [...]

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Mind Pushers

I am preparing for a couple workshops on homelessness I will be giving next week for the NC DOE and came across these two videos. Both caused me to stop and think… reflection is a good thing. Let’s see if they cause you to reflect as well. The one about what we model to children [...]

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Helping the Needy Get Nerdy

At the beginning of the third millennium a man began collecting cast-off computers in the corner of his dining room in southeast Portland. People who have access are living in a different society than those who do not have access. It seems the more social change is happening on cutting edge of technology, the more [...]

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Will Richardson: Connective Teaching: How the Read/Write Web Challenges Traditional Practice

Voice for the VoicelessIn keeping with my context filter (Homeless Children and Children of Poverty) for the Connectivism conference I re-listened to Will’s presentation. Will says that networks are crucial and the best way to stay current is to network with other passionate learners who want to learn the things you do. As educators we [...]

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Interview onEdTalkLive

Had the exciting priviledge of being interviewed by Steve Hargadon for his EdTalkLive show.EdTechLIVE’s weekly webcast interviews series by  Steve which focus on educational technology. His goal is to produce a library of recordings that provide good, brief introductions to different educational technologies that can be implemented in the K-12 school environment. I was most [...]

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