Half Moon Bay is the home of the , a leading conference where innovative thinkers and leaders in the world of K-20 education have converged for the last three years.
Last week, the conference hosted an eclectic and inspiring group of speakers. One of the most moving presentations was given by Kaycee Eckhardt, a New Orleans teacher who talked about the journey she shared with students in a FEMA trailer while teaching them how to read.
The Big Ideas Fest is a project of the Princeton (Half Moon Bay)-based Institute for the Study of Knowledge Management in Education (ISKME).
Watch Part I of Eckhardt's presentation at the conference here. Come back tomorrow for the second part of her talk here on Half Moon Bay Patch.
Video provided courtesy of ISKME.