I run large-scale online conferences for education, my son and I are building a skoolie, and I run a tiny house meetup group in Asheville, NC, with over 1,000 members. I also work with a non-profit that has already converted a school bus into a mobile learning lab, which they sent to Central America, and they are working on another to serve in refugee communities on Utah.
I'd like to do some online interviews or discussions on skoolies -- how to think about the practical aspects, cool projects that have been or are being done, and anything else that's noteworthy. I'm wondering if any high school classes have done or are doing conversions as a school project?
I'm very comfortable in the online webinar format, and want to put that skill to some use in the skoolie / tiny / alternative housing arena. I'm also planning an online tiny house summit for 2017.
Is there anyone here who'd be open to being interviewed? If so, let me know what topics you think you could cover. Or do you have a recommendation for me of some skoolie folks that I would want to make sure I reached out to?
The Learning Revolution