Monthly Archives: April 2009

Socially Networked Administrators need some perspective too!

Tweet Walking down the stairs of the Canadian International School of Hong Kong with my colleage @chinaleish– and if you have never been to this school let me tell you… THERE ARE LOTS OF STAIRS!! @chinaleish had a few things … Continue reading

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Thinking about the learning equation: Where does Tech fit?

Tweet I would like to follow up on my post yesterday. I have been doing a lot of thinking how technology builds a new classroom environment.  I use the word “new” very carefully here, in that we have been using … Continue reading

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Thoughts on “10 Tech Skills”

Tweet Sigh…. Through my Diigo in Education group link I received a notice of a blog entry titled “Top 10 Tech Skills Your Teen Needs Now”. Wow… that sounds like a great link to put in front of my community … Continue reading

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What Tech People Really Do Well: Teaching Teachers and Students at the Same Time!

Tweet Ok…. perhaps my title post is a bit limited. I should define my comments from the start to really be pointing at effective push-in educational specialists. This includes (but is not limited to) Tech, ESOL, Special Ed., Academic Support, … Continue reading

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