20 To Watch

Today I’m being honored by the good folks at the National School Boards Association at their annual Technology + Learning conference. They’ve named me as one of their ‘20 To Watch‘ for 2007. The 20 To Watch list started last year and is intended to identify ‘emerging voices that will shape the future of education technology.’ Other recipients this year include Karl Fisch, Gary Stager, and Erin Reilly (who I met earlier this year at the Leaders in Learning awards).

Unfortunately I won’t be able to attend the awards ceremony in Nashville, but I appreciate the recognition of the work I’m doing here at CASTLE. Thanks, NSBA!

5 Responses to “20 To Watch”

  1. Congratulations, Scott! Do those of us who have been watching you prior to 2007 get extra credit? :-)

  2. Congratulations! You deserve it…and we WILL be watching you in 2007. :)

  3. Congrats. At least it was “20 to watch”, not like “20 who will change education”. That would come with extra pressure. A nice recognition.

  4. Thank you, Tim, Melanie, and Justin. I appreciate the support and good humor!

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