Monthly Archives: February 2009

I work with some VERY adept People. They are very normal TOO!

Tweet This just in from my twitter network! Thanks @courosa Among the Inept, Researchers Discover, Ignorance Is Bliss- From NYTimes.com There are many incompetent people in the world. Dr. David A. Dunning is haunted by the fear he might be … Continue reading

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Using Video???

Tweet I just read this on Leadertalk: Using Flip Camera for Teacher Evaluations The Flip camera seems to be just about everywhere these days. The Flip makes it very easy to record and share video with other users, a fact … Continue reading

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Thorns on Roses or Roses on Thorns

Tweet Seth Godin writes in his post “Do you deserve it?” about moving from the idea that we should question whether we “deserve” the luck we have, as he says…. “Deserve” is such a loaded word. And instead ask…. “what … Continue reading

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Another thought about “Thought Leadership”

Tweet I wrote on Friday for Leadertalk and here about my experiences with Thought Leadership and My Personal Professional Development.  I have received some great comments, one of which I followed the link to this gentleman’s blog.  Don Cowert notes … Continue reading

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My Experiences with “Thought Leadership” and Personal Writing and My Own Professional Development

Tweet Image via Wikipedia This entry cross posted to Leadertalk. I found Scott McCleod’s PDF handout on the 100 Principal Blog project almost 3 years ago when I took the initiative to start my school principal‘s blog. My tech integrator … Continue reading

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Common Sense: This just in… WATCH WHAT YOU WRITE!

Tweet Let’s apply a little common sense to our blogposts! Image via Wikipedia I am sure I am preaching to the choir but…  let me make this clear. You really have to be careful what you write!  It can get … Continue reading

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I am probably jumping to conclusions here but- Professional Conferences/Seminars Probably DON’T work!

Tweet c Image by Eduardo Amorim via Flickr This just found in my email box from Education Week: The time U.S. teachers actually spend in professional training largely continues to take place in isolation, rather than in school-based settings that … Continue reading

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I think we need to think ahead- 22nd Century Skills

Tweet I was always told that it was unsafe to be facicious when writing.  Many people don’t get the subtly of the written language, and one might be accused of being a bit… well…. rude, or cruel, or STUPID…. or … Continue reading

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Shanghai…Looking Back before the People’s Revolution

Tweet Shanghai from days gone by… 1947.  I love to read about history of this amazing city, and this is the first time I have seen this video attached. I have had some time to surf the net a bit … Continue reading

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Twitter Mosaic of my followers…. Something learned while jetlagging in Illinois!

Tweet Get your twitter mosaic here. My friends…. Get your twitter mosaic here. My Followers… twitter, sxoop technologies Powered by ScribeFire. Tweet

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