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    Archive for the ‘presentations’ Category

    There’s something here…

    I just don’t know what exactly. So, mostly as stream of consciousness and in chronological order… *This started when Lisa Thumann tweeted about a keynote speaker at BLC ’10 who referred to the so-called “10,000 hour rule” for mastery or expertise. *I asked her if the speaker had a warrant for that knowledge claim beyond […]

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    Maximizing face-to-face time

    Earlier this week, I attended a two-day meeting in Washington D.C. for a federal grant for which I am the evaluator.  Ultimately, the meeting was useful.  However, I only got to that point after a day and a half of presentation after presentation. None of the presenters came anywhere close to Presentation Zen.  To be […]

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    Leadership 2.0: Notes from Educon 2.1

    This past weekend, I had a wonderful opportunity to lead a conversation/session at Educon 2.1.  I had planned a 20-25 minute presentation to be followed by small-group and whole-group discussions.  But, at the last minute, I decided to scrap the presentation part and let the folks in the room talk.  At the wiki developed for […]

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    Conferences, Presentations, Etc.

    There’s been a slightly disconnected conversation within/across my learning network/environment about conferences, presentations, etc. At the risk of sending you away, here are some posts I’ve read: Dan Meyer blogged and Tweeted from and about ILC and was his usual critical (though I think constructively critical) self. Sylvia Martinez, I learned through her comments to […]

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