The EdTech Survivalist

The first, introductory episode in The EdTech Survivalist video series which is designed to show you how to manage teaching and learning in the wilderness of the wide open web.

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9 Responses to The EdTech Survivalist

  1. Tom says:

    That camera work is genius.

    I’m glad to be part of such madness.

  2. Love the vid & the kids!

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  8. survivalist says:

    You speak the words of truth. Ever since man has walked the face of the earth we were independent and free. If we wanted water, we drank from a river or stream. If we wanted something to eat, we gathered food. Over the past century we have enslaved ourselves to corporate America. If we want water, we have to buy it, if we want food, we have to buy it.

    From the 1950s all the way through the 1980s Americans were told to stay prepared for a nuclear war with Russia. But after the fall of the soviet union, we have slipped into a relaxed state of readiness. The nation – as a whole – is less prepared now then we were 30 years ago.

    Sooner or later we are going to pay the price for our laziness.

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