Quotations


Will Richardson
Will Richardson

willrich45 "Twitter encourages people to adapt and invent behavior to suit their needs." http://www.unionsquareventu... 11:54 PM July 26, 2007 from web


D Draper
D Draper

ddraper I love this: "Who needs what as defined by whom?" - Tom Hutchinson, 1978 10:50 AM November 01, 2007 from twitterrific


David Jakes
David Jakes

djakes @fceblog. Think this is a self-adjusting system. Rapid fire now attractive, new. The pendulum will swing back, and balance will restore. 03:42 PM October 11, 2007 from web in reply to fceblog
Claudia Ceraso
Claudia Ceraso

fceblog @crafty184 I think you have just pointed at the next topic of conversation for our edu-network, @djakes hasn't he? 05:33 PM October 11, 2007 from web in reply to crafty184
Chris Craft
Chris Craft

crafty184 Previous tweet influenced by Resnick (1988) and Gredler (in press). 04:13 PM October 11, 2007 from web
Chris Craft
Chris Craft

crafty184 What seems to be lacking in today's rapid-fire learning scenario is not only reflection, it's interpretation and sense-making. 04:12 PM October 11, 2007 from web
Terry Freedman
Terry Freedman

terryfreedman The limits of technology: my attempt to make sense of a few things: http://rurl.org/acd 07:49 PM October 11, 2007 from web

Ewan McIntosh
Ewan McIntosh

ewanmcintosh Creativity's not enough - we need ingenious individuals to harness their inert creativity if we're going to make a difference. 02:48 AM October 05, 2007 from web

John Pederson
John Pederson

ijohnpederson "Have we admired the problem long enough?" Cool quote. Makes me think. 12:58 PM September 12, 2007 from web

Will Richardson
Will Richardson

willrich45 Meier: "Schools are places we incarcerate kids who have committed no crime." Whoa...

D Draper
D Draper

ddraper Looking for the famous @ijohnpederson quote, "Sessions are for presenters, real learning takes place in conversations..."

Clarence Fisher
Clarence Fisher

glassbeed Good quote about networks: "the community is like the ten thousand rivers that feed the amazon"