Monthly Archives: September 2008

Dispatch from the Couch: Building a Digital Leadership Presence as a Demonstrative Step for your School

Tweet My living room is a cozy place for my wife and I to unwind, reflect and watch our 6 month old lab run around full blast and run into things.  In one glance I see parts of our lives … Continue reading

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Dispatch from the Couch: Reflecting on Reflecting

Tweet The week behind me was a tough one with a death of a member of our support team in our library, and some more bad news with budgetary implications and hard work ahead.  As I collapsed on the couch … Continue reading

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Tech Specialists: Their challenges and their job– Listening in the Backseat

Tweet We all need to sit in the back seat every once in a while.  As school leaders, we are often in the driver’s seat.  Foot on the gas pedal.  Hands on the wheel. In charge of the a/c and … Continue reading

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Mobile Digtal Ubiquitious

Tweet A presentation by Julie Lindsey Julies has provided a picture of a variety of mobile devices used in her school. She is providing a learning environment where cell phones, iPhones, Asus computers and other laptops. Issues around the following: … Continue reading

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1:1- An Unconference reflection

Tweet Sitting in an unconference session here in Shanghai discussion about 1:1.  A gentleman in the back of the room just went on a “rail” against 1:1 classroom.  He is stating that there is no real reason for 1:1 programs, … Continue reading

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Showing that You have a Heart…. Digitally

Tweet Recently a contract worker was completing some work at our school, made an error and electrocuted himself. After a tremendous amount of intervention both from his co-workers and security personnel as well as medical specialists he lost his life. … Continue reading

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Dispatch from the Desk: Print to Digital Communications (see my two prior posts!)

Tweet Shanghai Rainy days have hit and it looks like a wet weekend ahead. For my dear blog post readers, that may mean you have to endure a couple of postings. I have a few in mind but… for today…. … Continue reading

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