We had such a great time in Austin, Texas, last week for SXSW EDU (March 4–7, 2019). There were so many different panels and sessions to catch, covering everything from the immigration crisis to how schools prepare students to be jobseekers.
We hope you enjoyed today's panel discussion...
"The Immigration Crisis Crosses into the Classroom"
w/ our very own @GatorCitizen, #iCivicsEdNet @ESOL_SS_Teacher, Dennis Gonzalez of @CHCI,@mariaoxalvarez of #CommonSenseLatino!
#SXSWEdu #civxnow pic.twitter.com/A6Q1hWgcBw
— iCivics (@icivics) March 4, 2019
Personalized learning indeed! Being part of an #SXSWEdu panel with @PhyllisLEAP, @ktsharp2 and @john_bailey was an exciting, mind-stretching way to brighten the morning. Here's my write-up as posted minutes ago on @LinkedIn https://t.co/GXIVsgLe7f
— George Anders (@GeorgeAnders) March 6, 2019
Our Disrupting Inequality: Innovation for Equity panel on the first day of SXSW EDU was standing room only! Panelists included founding members of Innovation for Equity—a diverse group of African American leaders from across sectors.
Getting ready for our #SXSWEDU panel on the new group “Innovation for Equity,” with @LeadEducateLift and HMH Senior VP Benita Flucker. Check out our FB page afterwards for an interview with @MatthewMFields for the recap! pic.twitter.com/alR9NZzhOK
— Houghton Mifflin (@HMHCo) March 4, 2019
You’ve seen the 1st two images...Here’s the 3rd part. Move beyond providing resources equitably to removing the barrier. #InnovationForEquity #SXSWedu pic.twitter.com/WOE6oZeUXi
— Paula Intravaia (@CDMdreamers) March 4, 2019
“Today we announce a historic endeavor to place African-American leaders at the head of the table in the fight for educational equity!” #SXSWEDU #Innovation4Equity @DrLisaHerring @SXSWEDU pic.twitter.com/s8gkHzGwE6
— Curtis Valentine (@curtiseveryday) March 5, 2019
A fantastic #InnovationForEquity panel @SXSWEDU today. The room was beyond capacity and the discussion was powerful. @LeadAndLearn #HMHProud pic.twitter.com/eyh2R4AZmP
— Matthew Mugo Fields (@MatthewMFields) March 5, 2019
On day two, HMH had two exciting panels. The first, Teachers in America: Voices from the Field, was an inspiring conversation between HMH’s Chief Learning officer, Rose Else-Mitchell, and three teachers: Brittany Mamphey, Rachel Swartz, and Georgette McClain.
Why do 70% of teachers say PD is very unsatisfactory? “It’s the way it’s delivered- one size fits all in an auditorium all day. That’s not how we’re expected teach.” Authentic voices from the field. Thank you @rosepink for moderating such an insightful panel. #SXSWEDU pic.twitter.com/nMmXS7xk4l
— Amy Dunkin (@amyldunkin) March 5, 2019
"I feel like professional learning is on the job practice of what you've learned in PD, trying to apply that, learning as you go. PD is one of those things you go to, completed it, check" - Mamphey with @rosepink of @LeadAndLearn/@HMHCo + Swartz + McClain #SXSWEDU | #EdSpace
— michael j. crawford, phd (@mjcraw) March 5, 2019
“Data” gets an eye roll from teachers on @rosepink #SXSWEDU panel — we have access to data in the classroom every day, it doesn’t have to come to us through tech; sometime testing doesn’t produce an accurate picture; students aren’t just numbers #edchat
— Bianca Olson (@biancaolson) March 5, 2019
In the afternoon, HMH and Netflix sat down with 5th grade teacher Larry Perez for Carmen Sandiego Returns for a New Generation to talk about bringing back Carmen Sandiego—to TV and the classroom.
We’re a few moments away from starting our #SXSWEDU panel on @CarmenSandiego with @PerezLarryG and @amyldunkin. #FollowTheFedora to room 17B. pic.twitter.com/rf8OgwxLsL
— Houghton Mifflin (@HMHCo) March 5, 2019
. @perezlarryg, @JordanJaguars fifth grade bilingual teacher and Austin ISD Elementary Teacher of the Year 2017-2018, spoke at a #SXSWedu panel on how @CarmenSandiego classroom programs inspire students to love history, culture, geography & writing! #AISDProud #FollowTheFedora pic.twitter.com/CzxmXqrATq
— Austin ISD (@AustinISD) March 7, 2019
If you're watching our #sxswedu panel and looking to incorporate #CarmenSandiego in your classroom, check out our FREE #classroomresources >> https://t.co/bLzMJ2Ly1y
— Onalee (@edu_onalee) March 5, 2019
HMH’s last session of SXSW EDU 2019 was the Featured Session: The Future of the K–12 Education Industry with our CEO, Jack Lynch. Watch the entire conversation.
.@jacklynch_ on using #edtech where it makes sense: “There’s a lot of technology in the classroom that serves as empty calories.” #SXSWEDU pic.twitter.com/IRGEMxmXsS
— Houghton Mifflin (@HMHCo) March 6, 2019
Thank you Sean Cavanagh for the great discussion on the Future of K-12 education at #SXSWEDU. #HMHProud @EdWeekSCavanagh pic.twitter.com/oznPPr2z0i
— Jack Lynch (@jacklynch_) March 6, 2019
“Where social emotional will likely end up within @HMHCo is at the tip of our spear- the PD organization headed by Rose Else-Mitchell” Jack Lynch, #sxswedu #SEL #SupportiveBoss
— Din Heiman (@DinSquared) March 6, 2019
"More teachers than not want to spend more time with their students rather than curating content..."@jacklynch_ @SXSWEDU @HMHCo #HMHProud pic.twitter.com/M0ShfzWgfr
— BenitaFl (@BenitaFlucker) March 6, 2019
Wednesday afternoon featured a popular talk about the gift of literacy with Reading Rainbow’s LeVar Burton.
“Take a look, it’s in a book, a reading 🌈” A full room of attendees sing along with @levarburton #SXSWEDU pic.twitter.com/Ms5fAPypnu
— Whittney Smith (@whittneysmith_) March 6, 2019
You are your ancestor’s wildest dreams. ~LaVar Burton. #SXSWEdu #SXSWEDU2019 pic.twitter.com/gpuAgiXl7T
— Ann Witherspoon (@avwitherspoon) March 6, 2019
The entire SXSW EDU experience left us feeling inspired—and with a lot of ideas on how we can continue to shape the future of education!
It was an honor to sit down to talk with @davidhogg111 at @SXSWEDU.
I believe the children are our future. Teach them well and let them lead the way... https://t.co/pGc8B3zcME
— Dan Rather (@DanRather) March 6, 2019
How do you create change? @SXSWEDU @LeadAndLearn pic.twitter.com/ObCF3JroGP
— Rosamund (@rosepink) March 5, 2019
Please people, stop saying “I don’t need that” when handed a mic. You might not, but the hearing-disabled person across the room from you might. #sxswedu #leadersdontlead
— Dr. Laura Spencer (@LSpencerEdD) March 5, 2019
Love this visual as a self-check for classroom practices and procedures. How can we use this in decision-making practices? #goodtrouble #eduleadersri #SXSWEDU @emily_abedon @karlaevigil pic.twitter.com/GETPqHoCnn
— Emily Gilmore (@Queen_Gilmore) March 5, 2019
Inspired by SXSWEDU to set up a Twitter account! #myfirstTweet #SXSWEDU
— Emily Woodward (@LibrarianMLE) March 7, 2019
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