6 May 2012

All posts from 6 May 2012

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HackingEdu: “Learning Improv”

The Seattle Chamber in collaboration with MCDM is excited to conclude the exciting month of public conversation with the Hacking Edu “Big Idea” Happy Hour at Jet City Improv in the University District. Our keynote speaker, Erika Wagner from the X Prize Foundation, which incentivizes inventors to solve grand challenges such as space flight, medical diagnostics and oil spill cleanup. Wagner and members of the Hacking Edu Advisory Roundtable, which will consider the best “hacks” that our student team have curated over the past few weeks. They will select the idea that has the most merit, to be implemented over the following 12 months.

Full story: flipthemedia.com/2012/04/hacking-edu-finale-tonight-at-jet-city-improv-how-deep-is-the-crisis-facing-higher-ed/

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HackingEdu: “Learning Improv”
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HackingEdu: “Advisory Table: Where are the new ideas going to come from?”

Part three of the Advisory Table discussion focused on this question: “Where are the new ideas going to come from?”

The Hackng Edu MCDM Student “Expeditionary Team” summarizes some of the best ideas curated from initial ideation event. These ideas serves as prompt for a dinner discussion with key educational influencers representing a rich diversity of perspectives: universities, community colleges, non-profits, industry, the arts and technology. Hosted by One Pot’s Michael Hebb at Chase Jarvis’s studios in South Lake Union, the conversation was captured through a table designed and created specifically for this dinner.

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HackingEdu: “Advisory Table: Where are the new ideas going to come from?”
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HackingEdu: “Advisory Table: What in Higher Ed excites you?”

Part two of the Advisory Table conversation focuses on this question: “What have you seen happening in Higher Ed that excites you?”

The Hackng Edu MCDM Student “Expeditionary Team” summarizes some of the best ideas curated from initial ideation event. These ideas serves as prompt for a dinner discussion with key educational influencers representing a rich diversity of perspectives: universities, community colleges, non-profits, industry, the arts and technology. Hosted by One Pot’s Michael Hebb at Chase Jarvis’s studios in South Lake Union, the conversation was captured through a table designed and created specifically for this dinner.

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HackingEdu: “Advisory Table: What in Higher Ed excites you?”