Igniting Conversation About the Future of Education

In AC 230 class today i was given a video to watch From The digital media and learning conference and my assigned speaker to watch was Heather Mallack.

Heather Mallack in overview discussed Instinct, Ingenuity, technology and tools, trends, and how these factors intersect.

Heather Mallack is is a multimedia artist and media professional who participates in show, works of self expression, and collaborations which display how we can view ourselves and impact the world around us. She is based in pittsburgh and work with organizations such as GMSP which is involved in DML community.

During Heather’s speech there were several quotes i have found interesting in which i would like my fellow bloggers to weigh in on

She quoted ” teeth came before scissors so as a tool as a natural extension of your body thats what you’re utilizing… you may use your teeth as a tool”

what do you think she means by this statement and why

she also said that ingenuity is the process of applying ideas to solve or meet challenges …thats what we use our bodies for

do you think we use our bodies as tools in order to solves challenges faced in reality?

Heather Mallak’s formal questions to answer for class

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3 thoughts on “Igniting Conversation About the Future of Education

  1. Mike, this is great! You figured this polling business out fast, I’m probably making it harder than it really is- want to help me a bit? I watched some videos and read up on it, I found a code for spreadsheets and now I’m just lost. Maybe I just need some more time, lol.

  2. hey rey
    sign up through google 1st then when you do the embeded code take out the < symbol and put [ then resize it
    if anything ill show you in class wednesday
    i recieved help on this and im forunate for classmates

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