Fraser is in conversation with Patrick Fogarty, Director of Technology at Valley Stream 30 in Long Island, New York. Fraser and Patrick discuss the general state of school readiness for 1:1 iPad or Chromebook deployments in terms of infrastructure, leadership, teachers’ professional development and parental expectations. They also briefly explore topics around learning space design, the role of data in education and the pace of upheaval vs. the pace of actual change.
Fraser is in conversation with Fraser Hess about the impact of the upcoming OS X Server 5, including the latest changes in Caching Server. The two Frasers also explore the implications of iOS 9’s On-Demand Resources capabilities, App Thinning and the recently disclosed XARA vulnerabilities in Apple’s OS X and iOS.
Finally they go long by discussing Fraser Speirs’ never-delivered presentation “The Things We Didn’t Buy” and the history of EdTech deployments at Cedars until the place is just soggy with nostalgia.
Fraser and Bradley discuss the WWDC keynote and session 301
WWDC Session 301
Bradley is joined by Nicholas Cole-Farrell to discuss the Maker movement.
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Nation of Makers
The Importance of Maker Education for Girls
Worlds of Making
The Art of Tinkering
Snip, Burn, Solder, Shred
Makers: The New Industrial Revolution
The Third Teacher