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Aaron Eden

Aaron is Director of Education Technology at an independent PK-12 school in California. Aaron believes that evolution occurs through mutation and iteration, and this is true of learning people and learning organizations. He strives to co-create the necessary conditions and networks for rapid-prototyping of ideas, exploration, and growth in individuals, in classrooms, and in communities. Aaron is also a TEDx event organizer.
Aaron Eden has written 3 posts for Cooperative Catalyst

Online Education is Not the Disruption

Originally posted on the Edunautics blog I recently returned from the first ever Online Education Symposium for Independent Schools (OESES) conference in Southern California. Overall a pretty good conference, and on a topic that all schools need to be looking at seriously as they plan for the future. While I am interested in the topic … Continue reading

Socrates Was Wrong

Socrates was wrong? I don’t believe that necessarily, but read on and you’ll see why I wrote it (on top of shooting for a subject line controversial enough to increase the open rate of my post :-) I attended a workshop this summer at the Right Question Institute in Boston. We spent two days working … Continue reading

Teaching: Art or Science?

It was posited to me recently that an internal professional development system for teachers designed to foster discussion about teaching and learning fits within the “teaching-as-intellectual-pursuit” model (“science” for short here), as opposed to the “teaching as art” model. To this person’s credit, this suggestion was more a musing than a statement of fact, but … Continue reading

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