Monthly Archives: March 2009

Great Blogs for Busy Admin…. a lot to learn here!

Tweet Scott McLeod has pulled together a nice list of some of the more innovative blogs written as a resource for busy admin. He has provided you with a recommended list of blogs for busy administrators (and educational leadership faculty). … Continue reading

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The Art of Self Promotion in a School Community!

Tweet Author’s note: I wrote this post about a year ago and updated a little here for Leadertalk. I stumbled upon it the other day while cleaning out my hard drive. It hit home with me as we all are … Continue reading

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Facebook Privacy?? Are You a Facebook User?

Tweet It’s my wife’s fault really. So much is when it comes to the technology in my life. Let me extrapolate. Tool ———->Blame Twitter ——>Amanda Blogging—–>Amanda Netvibes—–>Amanda Intl. Ed——>Amanda You get my point.  I’m not complaining mind you.  She’s usually..er… … Continue reading

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Are you a team player?

Tweet My “soon-to-be-once-again” colleague Alicia writes about the 17 qualities of a Team Player by John Maxwell in her post 17 is an Odd Number. So are you…. Adaptabile Collaborative Committed Communicative Competent Dependable Disciplined Enlarging Enthusiastic Intentional Mission Conscious … Continue reading

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Back Channel Thoughts…. How to Present while people are twittering??

Tweet We see a lot more of this back channel stuff in our education conferences. I was thinking of doing this a few weeks ago in a meeting in our organization and chickened out. After reading this post on “How … Continue reading

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