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Facing Brutal Facts, Putting Students First and Moving from Good to Great

Tweet Putting Students First Jim Collins, in his book “Good to Great” elaborates on ideas that show that organizations who wish to remain competitive and growing need to confront some of their own brutal facts.  He contents that by doing … Continue reading

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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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Since when is a computer a toy?

Tweet Dispatch from the Road: Shanghai, Jin Qiao, January 13, 2010.  My first posting of the new year and new decade. I have fallen a bit off the blogging wagon as of late, and need to step it up a … 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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I want to be a More Effective Learner!

Tweet Seems simple enough!  I read a lot of stuff. I write a fair amount.  I study things that interest me.  Can I be better at learning? According to Kendra Van Wagner, I can with 10 simple tips that will … Continue reading

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