It’s Blog for IDEC 2012 Week, and each day you’re invited to submit a post on one of the defining values of the conference and what it means to you. Leave a link to your URL in the comments section, and we’ll add it to this post. Check back throughout this week as we update this post with new links. Use the Twitter hashtag #blog4idec.
And don’t forget to register for IDEC before the Early Bird Special ends on November 7!
Tuesday, November 1: Real Education is Human.
Esther Ohito: “Teach for Humanity”
Kirsten Olson: “Real Education is Human”
Zahra Lightway: “What does human education mean?”
Melia Dicker: “Real Education is Human”
Justen Eason: “Real Education is Human”
Jennifer Little: “Real Education is Human…and Empowering…and Uplifting”
Scott Nine: “A list of incredible humans who know what real education looks like”
Josu Uztarroz: “Educación Democrática: por encima de todo humana”
Wednesday, November 2: Real Education is Powerful.
Thursday, November 3: Real Education is Relevant.
Josu Uztarroz: “Educación Democrática: Relevante”
Alison Bagg Brink: “Relevant Education”
Adam Burk: “Real Education is Relevant”
Melia Dicker: “Real Education is Relevant”
Katie Stafford Strom: “Real Education Is Relevant: Lessons from Occupy Wall Street”
Shawn Strader: “Real Education is Relevant”
Megan Nesbeth: “Real Education is as Relevant as Buying Milk”
Friday, November 4: Real Education is Transformative.
Paula White: “Real Education is Transformative”
Chad Sansing: “Real Education is Transformative”
Kristan Morrison: “Teacher(s) Transformed”
Justen Eason: “Real Education is Transformative”
Nancy Flanagan: “Transformers Top Ten List”
Jen Groves: “A Transformative Experience: Learning to Dive”
Melia Dicker: “Real Education is Transformative”
Josu Uztarroz: “Educación Democrática: Transformadora”
Other posts on IDEC and its values:
Jonah Canner: “A World Tour…My Experience with IDEC”
Elizabeth Baker & Michele Beach: A conversation on human, powerful, relevant, and transformative education (VIDEO)