I can’t thank you enough for all of your support over the years. You’ve helped turn my little thoughts about education into fruitful ideas that are actually helping people change the way they think about teaching and learning in their classrooms, so that all students are seen, heard, and valued.
After all you’ve done for me–all the shared posts, comments, likes, and everything in between–I’m asking for more help.
Teachers’ voices are incredibly underrepresented in thought leadership. It’s ironic, unjust, and inequitable. Teachers make up a vast majority of the education profession, yet business executives, administrators, and technology elites are doing most of the decision-making on our behalf.
I want to head to SXSWEdu this coming March to spread the word about personalized learning. I want to talk about how education technology companies have claimed the term as their own and empower teachers to reclaim personalized learning.
But I can’t do it unless my proposal is “voted up.” So, if you don’t mind, do the following:
- Click on this link.
- Create an account.
- Vote up my proposal.
- Share this blog with a friend or your network. Tell them that it’s imperative that more teachers’ voices are heard and represented in thought leadership.
Thank you for all of your support!
All the best,