Author Archives: Angela Maiers

#ISTE14 Is Over but the Learning Is Just Getting Started

ISTE is more than meetups, and social media is more than tools. It is a series of W.O.W. moments that take your breath away, and I am honored to share mine with you. ISTE2014 – Reflections from Atlanta from Angela Maiers Even if you weren’t able to attend ISTE this year, you can benefit from… Continue Reading

How Companies and People Must Adapt In the Social Age

In 2008, a new era began – the Social Age. That’s the message of Ted Coine and Mark Babbitt, the authors of an upcoming book, “A World Gone Social: How Companies Must Adapt to Survive.” I recently spoke with Ted and Mark about how they define this new age and what it means for individuals… Continue Reading

Choose2Matter LIVE at Downingtown STEM Academy

On June 16 and 17, Downingtown STEM Academy will host a two-day Choose2Matter LIVE event. We invite business, education and government leaders from around Pennsylvania and indeed around the country, to actively participate. Please email MarkMoranMES@GMail.com if you would like to attend, so that we may put your name on the guest list. SCHEDULE: Monday… Continue Reading

Educators: Nominate Someone for the 2014 Bammy Award for Student Initiative

Choose2Matter is proud to announce that it will once again have the honor of selecting a worthy student to receive the Bammy Award for Student Initiative at the Third Annual Bammy Awards this fall. The student chosen will be recognized at the black-tie, red-carpet Bammy Awards event in Washington DC on September 27, 2014. Choose2Matter… Continue Reading

Getting to the Heart of Collaboration

“Collaboration” has become a buzz word that we attach to any process that involves people working together. This is because we often use collaboration as a synonym for other buzz words that start with C: Cooperation, Communication and Coordination. In doing so, we miss the most critical element – value creation. Collaboration describes a process of… Continue Reading

Reflection on #Choose2Matter: Each Student is a Masterpiece

Two weeks ago we took Choose2Matter LIVE to the Estherville Lincoln Central School District in northwest Iowa. It was an incredible two days in a very special place, with remarkable, brave leaders and students who astounded me in so many ways. Here is a reflection on the two days from Technology Integration Specialist Jenny Nichtals, who… Continue Reading

Resources for #NETA14 Presentations By Angela Maiers

This week I will present two sessions at the 2014 Nebraska Educational Technology Association Annual Conference (hashtag #NETA14). My morning keynote is titled, “Liberating Genius.” Liberating Genius is an over-arching term for our Choose2Matter movement and related work that we are doing and planning. Students aren’t the only ones who need to matter; so do teachers,… Continue Reading

Choose2Matter LIVE Comes to Estherville, Iowa – Please Follow Along!

Tomorrow, Choose2Matter LIVE visits Estherville, Iowa. We are spending the day with all 1,400 students in the entire district! It will be unpredictable, nerve-wracking, chaotically beautiful, and utterly, gloriously life-changing for everyone present. Pictures, videos and other content will be shared by participants on Twitter and other social media channels using the hashtags #Choose2Matter #ELCCSD  PLEASE… Continue Reading

Broke, Busted and Disgusted – Can We Spare Students This Fate?

Adam Carroll is a longtime friend and colleague from Des Moines who is dedicated to teaching people to be more financially literate. He has a campaign on Indiegogo to raise funds to finalize his documentary about the student debt loan epidemic in America called Broke, Busted & Disgusted. Please consider donating! Financial literacy is an important topic… Continue Reading

Increase Learning By Securing Students’ Hearts

Image credit: atibodyphoto via freedigitalphotos.net A simple yet powerful way to let students know they matter is by using what I call the 2-5-2 method on a daily basis: Ask all teachers to greet each student by name as they enter the class, and then make a positive remark about several students in the first… Continue Reading

Make Room On Your Bookshelf!…

I recently had the pleasure of discussing the Habitude of curiosity, and its impact on education, with the wonderful Doug Rice.  Doug is an engaging writer and researcher who also records a podcast that explores learning and discovery across an array of disciplines.  You can listen to our conversation here. Doug also recently published The… Continue Reading

Download my free, new e-book: Passion Matters!

  Having authored seven books printed in the traditional way, I’ve decided it’s time for me to explore the brave new world of e-publishing. I have created a lot of evergreen content over the course of my career and am excited to find new ways to freshen it up and share it with you again…. Continue Reading

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