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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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What Administrators Need? I Need Teachers Who Think like Distance Runners

Tweet One of my administrative colleagues at my school here in Shanghai is a marathon runner. I am not. The mere thought of running for more than my personal requirement of 30 minutes three times a week makes me want … Continue reading

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Taking on the New Mindset List for 2010

Tweet This article was published in the September 9, 2010 edition of The Eagle. Students continue to teach me and despite my role now working primarily with the teachers and administrators at SAS, I still slide out into the hallways … Continue reading

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Technology and our classrooms- Is this the framework we need to use?

Tweet I’ve been saving this bookmark in my computer for quite a while.  Sean Nash from the blog “Nashworld” wrote July about the “Four Pillars of Technology Integration.” and has created a very nice graphic to go along with the … Continue reading

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1st Grade Bloggers Celebrate 100’s Day!

Tweet Success can measured in all sorts of things.  One class has done a great job sharing their 100’s day project. Check it out here!! One as to reflect on the memories that we create for children and what fun … Continue reading

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Technology Connections to Student Heritage

Tweet I don’t often write about the technology work that is going on in my school as it feels a bit inappropriate to me to do so here, but I could not resist it this time. Amanda DeCardy, my wife … Continue reading

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