Tag Archives: 1:1

Comment to eschool news article: Maine laptop program offers lessons in ed-tech implementation

Tweet Please go to http://www.eschoolnews.com/2011/02/23/maine-laptop-program-offers-lessons-n-ed-tech-implementation/?utm_source=website&utm_medium=url&utm_campaign=slider for a very interesting article on the progress of the 1:1 implementation in the state of Maine.  One of my colleagues pointed the article out to me and I was compelled to respond. My response … Continue reading

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1:1- Resources, Teachers, Committed Leaders, Student Centered Approaches and PD!- It is Common Sense!

Tweet I don’t often get a chance to quote Arnold Schwarzenegger but I will today. This from an edweek.org article: “How can kids compete in the global economy when the information the schools feed them is stale and is outdated … Continue reading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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