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Keynote: Chuck Sandy

Chuck Sandy

Chuck Sandy

CHUCK SANDY is an author, teacher trainer, & educational activist who believes that positive change in education happens one student, one classroom, and one school at a time. He’s coauthored the Passages and Connect series for Cambridge University Press, the Active Skills For Communication Series for Cengage Learning, presents at conferences around the world, and is actively involved in and passionate about building online learning communities (such as the one found at http://bit.ly/chucksandy) and in spreading the Design For Change http://dfcworld.com/ movement around the world.  He currently works in the School For Global Humanics at Chubu University in central Japan and is a founding director of iTDi – The International Teacher Development Institute www.tdinstitute.com

Keynote Title:   Critical Thinking 2.0 : Thinking, Doing, Changing

Description: What’s wrong with traditional models of critical thinking? How can we take critical thinking to the next level so it deepens learning and leads to real-world action and changes in behavior? We’ll explore these questions before looking at some projects designed not only to encourage critical-thinking but also to break down the classroom walls while creating real change in the lives of our learners and making the world a little bit better in the process.



 Time and Date:  July 29th at 18:30 to 19:30 LA time which is Saturday, July 30th, 10:30 to 11:30 Tokyo time. You can check other time zones here,http://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/fixedtime.html?msg=1&iso=20110729T1830&p1=137




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One thought on “Keynote: Chuck Sandy

  1. Hello there!! Awesome!!
    My group and I is very much interested in your topic, Critical Thinking. We all agree that it is what the world needs, esp in the world of Education…you ‘re rest assured we’ll go online on those days.
    Our warm regards and MORE POWER to you and your group!!



    Posted by Lea Takahashi | July 28, 2011, 6:35 pm

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