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The 20Time Project: How educators can launch Google's formula for future-ready innovation Paperback – January 6, 2015
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About the Author
Kevin Brookhouser has been obsessed with computers since he was 12, pulling all-nighters programming games for his friends on an Apple IIe. He is Director of Technology at York School, a trustee of The International School of Monterey, and the Student Agency Specialist at EdTechTeam. He earned his master's of education degree at Lynchburg College in Lynchburg, Virginia, and is a Google Certified Teacher, Authorized Google Education Trainer, Microsoft Innovative Educator, Common Sense Media Educator, National Association of Independent Schools Teacher of the Future, and University of California Certified Integrated Course Developer. Kevin lives in Monterey, California with his wife, Beth, and son, Sam.
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Top Customer Reviews
I have implemented 20% time in my 7th grade science classroom and the feedback from my students has been amazing. They feel their "Personal Projects" are far more memorable than anything I can assign.
I would recommend this book for any educator looking to change up their classroom and give students a memorable experience.
20time is a great concept for the classroom, and with freedom comes responsibility for the students in your room. If you've never seen it in action then this book gives a great practical guide to getting it started and which potential issues you might see. He also gives a big section of the book dedicated to why 20time is valuable to modern students which one might use to convince a skeptical administration (heaven forbid that!).
If you're at all interested in 20time for your class, you should pick this one up.