Thanks to a tweet from Nancy Carroll, I learned about Will Richardson’s huge project.
— Nancy Carroll (@ncarroll24) April 20, 2013
It will be a movie inspired by his TED book Why School?
He wrote about the project on Friday here: “‘Why School?’ The Movie (?)”
Regarding the movie and the students and educators Will is hoping to recruit to help, he writes:
…we want it to be “our” project as in the global community of connected educators that care deeply about what schools must become for our kids to flourish in their futures. Those who believe in some semblance of that third narrative I wrote about recently and that we need desperately to bring to scale a new conversation about schools and classrooms and learning in the modern world.
I am all in for that third narrative he wrote about earlier this month in the post “The Three Narratives.”
The way forward is to change the emphasis on student learning from “what” to learn to, instead, “how” to learn.
I’m attempting this in my classroom. I lean every day on my PLN to help me find the way. And now, I’m excited to help make this movie happen!
Do you want to be part of this ground-breaking movie? I signed up to do “grunt work,” maybe you’ll want to join me.
Read Will’s post to find out how you can be involved.