BIGfish client Beaver Country Day School hopes to return to SXSWedu 2019 with an important message: social media and virtual reality can be used to build empathy and emotional skills. Beaver has prepared a SXSWedu proposal that would suggest ways schools could incorporate social media lessons into their curricula in order to prompt students to consider the gravity of digital activity. This program would offer tools educators could use to teach students to examine their own digital behavior and recognize the impact their social presence can wield. It would also emphasize the importance of flexible curriculums, as realms of learning in the digital age are emerging constantly. Beaver is excited about the opportunity to return to the SXSWedu stage, but since votes from the public count for 30% of programming selection, they need the community’s help to get there! To vote for this topic, simply create a free account at the panelpicker site, log in and give their proposal (linked here) an “up vote” by August 30th!
Mama, we’ve made it! This past Friday, BIGfish was named to Clutch’s list of top PR agencies. After landing on their Boston list in 2015 and 2016, BIGfish was recognized in Clutch’s first-ever global press release, announcing the best digital and traditional agencies worldwide.
They’re in! BIGfish client Beaver Country Day School, a nationally-recognized independent school for grades 6-12, today announced it has been accepted to present at the prestigious SXSWedu 2017 Conference & Festival! This is Beaver’s third time presenting at the annual conference; click here to learn more about the school’s 2014 presentation “The Coded Curriculum” and here to explore its 2015 panel “The Coded Curriculum: A Year In Review.”
BIGfish client Beaver Country Day School hopes to make it to SXSWedu 2017 next March, but needs help from the community in order to get there. One of the nation's leading independent schools, Beaver is already a SXSWedu veteran: they presented for two consecutive years in 2014 and 2015 on its pioneering “Coded Curriculum,” and are hoping to return again next March. This year, the focus is on the power of unlearning.