Videos (including a couple not in the presentation but related) are now uploaded and embedded.
I welcome comments below, thank you for any that you can add.
I do hope that I come back to post more about my experiences this week at FlipTech Latin America 2019 in Bogotá, Colombia.
The hospitality of the organizers and especially Carolina Buitrago has been outstanding and the sessions have been very high quality. I am so fortunate to be here and thank them for this and I also thank my students and the support of my colleagues at the Tecnológico de Monterrey for allowing me to make this trip.
The extra wonderful bonus is getting to spend a few days catching up in person with my good friend and flipping colleague Kate Baker.
This is a bit of a recycled post from my presentation at FlipCon Adelaide 2016. The talk was on November 18 and I’ll include the video of the keynote and the slides below.
After many years of planning, we are live in our launch of our #ModeloTec21 degree programs at the Tecnológico de Monterrey. These programs have many innovative practices and the key component is a fully planned out program based on competencies. In many ways the work I have done over the past 6 years innovating my practices in my classroom and sharing through workshops and speaking engagements with educators has prepared me for this. Much of it comes into practice and I should be documenting that here even more.
Perhaps this is my push to post more here. Perhaps.
For a short time this video was taken down on request from ClickView. After communicating with them via Twitter (check the thread here), the report was a mistake and was rescinded so everything is fine. Thanks to ClickView for correcting this quickly!
So I received a YouTube copyright strike for my copy of my keynote at FlipCon Adelaide 2016 from @ClickViewAU That's okay but I would like to ensure their copy of my video is available openly. I do have a @creativecommons BY-NC on my slides https://t.co/TrQmHXXxMF