In his WCCS20 keynote, Dan discussed creative movement and deeper learning during a time where most, if not all, are remote learning. He went through the importance of creativity in remote learning and the idea that even though the circumstances may not be normal the importance of learning still is. Dan has a background in English, but he discussed different subjects and provided ideas on how to create projects that could be done remotely.
So stoked to watching this presentation today with @WickedDecent for #WCCS20 today! Get ready for some #rigorouswhimsy pic.twitter.com/I93gzVr7N8
— Matthew Winters (@TeacherWinters) July 30, 2020
To watch Dan’s keynote and other sessions, check out the WeVideo Creator Community Summit 2020 homepage.
Dan Ryder is an accomplished educator, improviser, design thinker and co-author of Intention: Critical Creativity in the Classroom (2017, EdTechTeam Press). He is an Apple Distinguished Educator and national recipient of the Horace Mann NEA Foundation Award for teaching excellence. Dan currently serves as Education Director of the Success & Innovation Center at Mt. Blue Campus, a rural regional high school in Farmington, Maine. Follow Dan on Twitter @WickedDecent.