Tag Archives: 1:1 computing

Educational Zoom Activity #1

“You can’t think about thinking without thinking about thinking about something” – Seymour Papert I find potentially interesting education provocations everywhere. The remarkable generosity of the world’s finest musical artists performing online during this pandemic have kept me safe and sane. I aspire as an educator to possess their level of talent, wisdom, expertise, focus, […]

This is Our Moment!

I hope that anyone reading this is healthy and sane during this period of uncertainty. Teachers and kids alike are grieving over the loss of freedom, social interactions, and normalcy. Many families, even those never before considered at-risk, are terrified of the potential for financial ruin or catastrophic health risks. Since I’m all about the […]

“For the Love of Laptops”

Scholastic Administrator Magazine recently published an article, For the Love of Laptops, by Constructing Modern Knowledge 2013 founder Gary Stager. The article is one-side of a faux debate with a school principal who holds a much narrower vision of the role computers may play in the intellectual development of children. The proponent of tablets vs. […]

Remarkable Educator Joins CMK 2013 Faculty!

Constructing Modern Knowledge is committed to creating a learning environment rich in objects to think with and an expert faculty committed to supporting the project development of each participant. I am thrilled to announce the addition of Steve Costa to our unrivaled team. I have no qualms whatsoever with stating that Steve Costa is the […]

Choice, Duh!

Constructing Modern Knowledge 2011 ended just a few days ago and I’m exhausted, but in the words of David Letterman, “It’s a good kind of tired.” CMK 2011 stands as one of the highlights of my career. Not only was I able to create a productive learning environment for approximately 90 educators from Australia to […]

Gary Stager Interviewed in Qatar

In April 2010, Constructing Modern Knowledge organizer, Dr. Gary Stager, was interviewed at length about computing, creativity and children following his keynote address at the national conference on ICT in Education in Doha, Qatar. Here is the result. Subscribe to My Free Newsletter! Email: Many thanks to ICTQatar for the terrific job of putting the […]

Creative Computing & the Case for Project-based Learning

A few nights ago, I led a webinar for old friends in the State of Victoria (Australia) as part of an online course/seminar/learning community focused on issues surrounding effective 1:1 computing. The course is called 1 to 1 Next Steps. My webinar was entitled, “Creative Computing and the Case for Project-based Learning.” You may now […]