[For participants at GOA Learning Design Summit who will be attending my keynote: I hope you will learn from my slides, from my commentary, from each other, or from the links below (they complement my presentation). I’m going to rely on you to go where you need to go to learn as much as you can during the 90 minutes we spend together.]
First read this. It’s about something I call the Google Quotient, and it will help you to make the most of my presentation.
The invention of the AeroPress coffee making device. Quick synopsis from the article: “This is the story of how Adler and Aerobie dispelled the notion of industry-specific limitations and found immense success in two disparate industries: toys and coffee.”
Some background on the Fosbury Flop.
“Steal like a leader” comes from Steal Like an Artist. In my opinion, Kleon’s blog and Twitter feed are their own genre . . . the micro-MFA in Creativity.
The Wikipedia page of Japanese video game designer, Gunpei Yokoi. It mentions his philosophy, one of the great titles of any philosophy: “Lateral Thinking with Withered Technology” or “Lateral Thinking with Seasoned Technology.”
Unsplash, the great photo site.
Startup 101: A Reshan Richards x Montclair Kimberley Academy collaboration.
Telly Olsen’s May Term interview with freeform radio legend Vin Scelsa.
Experts on the future of work and job training. Where I found the Litto quote.
Montclair Kimberley Academy’s May Term program.
My most popular blog post of all time — on moving people to Bcc: as a form of leadership and manners.
The great Calendar Automator.
Outstanding article about the shift to longer classes at Montclair Kimberley Academy. If you’re considering this move, reach out to the author of the article.
Scroll down to # 4 to see a full articulation of meeting terminology.
Manager’s Schedule vs. Maker’s Schedule. A classic.
Quick (and not so quick) look at SAMR.
Polarity (and its maps) explained.
Information at the point of need. Scroll down to the examples.
Closing survey: https://goo.gl/forms/gkXor16dUeLkaPTp1
Bonus: A letter my daughter packed in my suitcase and instructed me to open right before today’s presentation: “We could never be unconnected.”