Monthly Archives: December 2008

Need a little Validation?

Tweet Things tough at school?  Too much going on?  You getting pushed to the limit?  Are you stressed out??  Perhaps you just need a little validation.  Perhaps you need to just hear that you are a good person, well dressed … Continue reading

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Creative Commons for us common folk!

Tweet I am sometimes confused by all the new stuff on the web.  I didn’t think I was confused about Creative Commons until my Library / Media / Tech guru, Mr. Doug Johnson took some time to give me (and … Continue reading

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Parent Communications is Important… really!

Tweet Recently at my school, the focus on of many a conversations in meetings, in staff rooms and in hallways is the need for forthcoming, open and honest communications between home and school. I spent some time this weekend doing … Continue reading

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Interview Questions for Schools going 1:1- A Collaborative Project

Tweet My colleague and friend at International School of Bangkok, Mr. Jeff Utecht, invited me to collaborate on a list of interview questions that administrators might consider asking teaching candidates as they move to job fairs.  My school, like many … Continue reading

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Technology that Keeps a Family Connected

Tweet See video below.  It pretty much says it all. The beautiful woman in the video is my wife talking to my 5 year old. Poor Maddie has been living with her father’s idiosyncrasies for the past 5 days and … Continue reading

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