As I am sitting on the plane, I receive the following tweet from one of the best people I know in the world, Mary Jane Burke:
Thanks to @gcouros! Marin Superintendents will be sharing your book far and wide! pic.twitter.com/bRPG38fFGc
— mary jane burke (@burkemaryjane) February 5, 2016
Greg Whitby shared this post by Richard Branson, referencing the book, “The End of Average” by Todd Rose (how is that for an “inception” sentence to start off a blog post!). In it, he shares a great story of end-user designed innovation, as well as his own experience in education:
Last December, I presented at OEB in Berlin. It was a crazy time of the year – flat out at work and too busy on my return to post anything meaningful about it. Then when I did have time, the lead up to Christmas saw me preparing frantically for that and focused on family activities.
Victorian Government Schools can now opt in to a new agreement with Adobe to access the Creative Cloud software.
If a school chooses to opt-in to the program then licencing is subscription based, with payments per year for a 3 year term.