The Daily Find: Feb. 25b

This is the late edition of The Daily Find.

CONFERENCE BLOGGERS

Ruth Huyler Glass

NAIS Buffet: Looking at the NAIS conference program is a bit like confronting an all-you-can-eat buffet of expensive and expansive proportions: beautiful and appetizing, but a clear reminder that there is only one me, and I can’t possibly even taste everything. Do I fill up on the main entrees or nibble my way through side courses? Today I chose a sampling of both and come away pleasantly full, happy to share some tidbits…MORE

Tony Fetherston

Busy Day: I’m doing exactly what I said I wouldn’t. This afternoon I’ve found myself sampling several different workshops during each time slots. I like to think that this enables me to cover the breadth of the conference by touching on many really interesting and very diverse topics. Others might call it a lack of focus. Both are…MORE. Three more offerings from Tony reflecting on today at http://tonystakenais2010.blogspot.com/

Gordon Rode

Opening Session: Considering what we all have been through in the last year, and the disquieting news that another year like it is at hand, this was exactly what the doctor ordered; A PEP RALLY! There was Pat Bassett (PatMan) talking to Captain Independent (animated) on the screen about…MORE. Additional posts from today as shared by Gordon Rode

Demetri Orlando

Kids Perform-NAIS Kick-Off: This morning’s keynote session began with a musical performance by students from Marin Country Day School. This was the highlight for me. Normally I don’t like the half-hearted attempts at having kids on stage at an event like this, but this performance was from the heart.

NAIS Prez. Bassett: Signs of the Apocalpyse? he following is a report from the NAIS President’s Breakfast and Annual Meeting. Marcia Sprewitt opens with a pledge to focus upon sustainability, and to make no apologies for doing so, for our schools, and for NAIS itself.   And on that basis, she speaks of the controversy with ISM regarding financial aid processing and the competition between…MORE

Sitting in the front row may have helped, because I saw how into it they were. A few of them took vocal solos that were awesome…MORE

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TWITTER

Twitter Update: As of 5:20 Feb. 25, 2010, there have been over 644 tweets posted to the #naisac10 hash tag. These tweets can be read simply by doing a search in Twitter on #naisac10.

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COMMUNITY BLOGGERS

Jonathan Martin

NAIS Thought Leaders: Dig. Age Schools: You have to forgive me: I tend to gush when I get excited.  And I have to apologize: I could not write all that I wanted to write, because of struggles powering my laptop– this facility is deeply lacking in outlets. This was a really, really excellent presentation; I believe it may be perhaps the Best ever in my experience at NAIS…MORE

Jamie Baker

Arianna Huffington at NAIS: Arianna Huffington, cofounder and editor of the Huffington Post, was the first keynote speaker at the NAIS Annual Conference this morning.  Hearing and see her address the gathered school leaders was a real treat.  Her topic was Fearless Leadership, a critical mindset and skill for school leaders to activate at this moment in our cultural and economic milieu…MORE

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LIVE BLOG TRANSCRIPTS

Chris Bigenho

  • The Educator’s Field Guide to Unleashing the Innovators Within

Jason Ramsdon

http://www.jasonramsden.com/home/index.php/liveblogs

  • Arianna Huffington; On Being Fearless
  • Thought Leaders Summit; Building Schools for a Digital Age

CONFERENCE BLOGGERS

Ruth Huyler Glass

NAIS Buffet: Looking at the NAIS conference program is a bit like confronting an all-you-can-eat buffet of expensive and expansive proportions: beautiful and appetizing, but a clear reminder that there is only one me, and I can’t possibly even taste everything. Do I fill up on the main entrees or nibble my way through side courses? Today I chose a sampling of both and come away pleasantly full, happy to share some tidbits…MORE

Tony Fetherston

Busy Day: I’m doing exactly what I said I wouldn’t. This afternoon I’ve found myself sampling several different workshops during each time slots. I like to think that this enables me to cover the breadth of the conference by touching on many really interesting and very diverse topics. Others might call it a lack of focus. Both are…MORE. Three more offerings from Tony reflecting on today at http://tonystakenais2010.blogspot.com/

Gordon Rode

Opening Session: Considering what we all have been through in the last year, and the disquieting news that another year like it is at hand, this was exactly what the doctor ordered; A PEP RALLY! There was Pat Bassett (PatMan) talking to Captain Independent (animated) on the screen about…MORE. Additional posts from today as shared by Gordon Rode


Demetri Orlando

Kids Perform-NAIS Kick-Off: This morning’s keynote session began with a musical performance by students from Marin Country Day School. This was the highlight for me. Normally I don’t like the half-hearted attempts at having kids on stage at an event like this, but this performance was from the heart.

NAIS Prez. Bassett: Signs of the Apocalpyse? he following is a report from the NAIS President’s Breakfast and Annual Meeting. Marcia Sprewitt opens with a pledge to focus upon sustainability, and to make no apologies for doing so, for our schools, and for NAIS itself.   And on that basis, she speaks of the controversy with ISM regarding financial aid processing and the competition between…MORE

Sitting in the front row may have helped, because I saw how into it they were. A few of them took vocal solos that were awesome…MORE

TWITTER

Twitter Update: As of 5:20 Feb. 25, 2010, there have been over 644 tweets posted to the #naisac10 hash tag. These tweets can be read simply by doing a search in Twitter on #naisac10.

COMMUNITY BLOGGERS

Jonathan Martin

NAIS Thought Leaders: Dig. Age Schools: You have to forgive me: I tend to gush when I get excited.  And I have to apologize: I could not write all that I wanted to write, because of struggles powering my laptop– this facility is deeply lacking in outlets. This was a really, really excellent presentation; I believe it may be perhaps the Best ever in my experience at NAIS…MORE

Jamie Baker

Arianna Huffington at NAIS: Arianna Huffington, cofounder and editor of the Huffington Post, was the first keynote speaker at the NAIS Annual Conference this morning.  Hearing and see her address the gathered school leaders was a real treat.  Her topic was Fearless Leadership, a critical mindset and skill for school leaders to activate at this moment in our cultural and economic milieu…MORE

LIVE BLOG TRANSCRIPTS

Chris Bigenho

· The Educator’s Field Guide to Unleashing the Innovators Within

Jason Ramsdon

http://www.jasonramsden.com/home/index.php/liveblogs

· Arianna Huffington; On Being Fearless

· Thought Leaders Summit; Building Schools for a Digital Age

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