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Upcoming Speaking Engagements

I'll be speaking at a couple of awesome educational events in early December.  Here are the details...

I'll be one of the Rapid Fire presenters at the Big Ideas Fest at Half Moon Bay, CA, December 4-7. Details from the website:

3 days of innovation and inspiration, 16 Speakers, 4 hands-on Action Collab sessions, and numerous opportunities to network with fellow education mavericks and change agents. All of that, plus an entire Pacific Ocean coastline on which to marvel.

 

Also, I'll be the keynote speaker for the Western Regional Computer Advisory Committee's 2011 Symposium, in London Ontario on December 8th, 2011. The symposium brings together teachers, principals and administrators in Western Ontario, Canada. From the website:

Symposium is all about ideas.  The keynote and breakout sessions are carefully selected by the organization committee.  There is no "call for proposals"; all of the keynotes and sessions are selected specially for the message that they will deliver.  The message is timely and contemporary with the goal being to inform all of the school districts at the same time.  Regularly, the audience is filled with over 400 directors, superintendents, principals, and technology leaders.

I hope we'll see you at one of these events!