Wednesday, June 4, 2008

Interview with David Gleave on empowerment through networked learning

I last met David Gleave in Bangkok in January 2008 during the Future of Learning in a Networked World unconference event. David spent 20 years working for Cambridge University setting up UCLES examinations around the world. He now has his own global education and testing company. David shares his thoughts on the changing nature of education, the importance of brand and the future of examinations.

Also in the video are Vance Stevens - an educator and longtime Webhead, Michael Coghlan - Flexible Learning Leader from Australia, Terry Fredrickson - Editor of the Education section of the Bangkok Post, Trish Everett - a passionate user of technology in education in Outback Australia and Bob Puffer - Teacher at the American School in Bangkok.

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