What is the Infinite Thinking Machine?
First launched in 2006, the Infinite Thinking Machine (ITM) is a high-energy Internet TV show directly targeted at K-12 educators, parents and students. Our goal is to inspire creativity and innovation in education.
New episodes are released fortnightly during the school year, and we'll occasionally post bonus episodes. The show features a classroom teacher as its host, engaging educators as "Field Trip" correspondents and amazing innovators as guests. Innovative approaches to education are showcased, and the teachers, administrators and students behind them are celebrated. Special segments like 'HackEd' address deeper topics head-on, challenging conventional edu-thinking. Currently in its third season, the ITM depends on a mix of funding from its producing organization, education partners and corporate sponsors.
The ITM is produced by Computer-Using Educators (CUE), a nonprofit educational association focused on advancing student achievement through technology. Mike Lawrence (@techmaverick) and Chris Fitzgerald Walsh (@fitzwalsh) serve as Executive Producers, and the "ridonkulously" talented Ramsey Musallam (@ramusallam) is your host. Digital ninja Jess Sapick has recently joined our crack team, along with several behind-the-scenes ITMers, including Mark Hammons, Staci DeGagne, Kris Hatori and Bill Selak.
Long time fans of the ITM can see the original shows here or the original blog here. Have fun taking a stroll down memory lane!
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