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2nd Thoughts

Tweet I have been having a lot of second thoughts lately. It’s frustrating really. For instance the other day I was asked about what “globally competitive means. My response was that the world really needs to get off of this … Continue reading

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Book Review: Mind Set! By John Naisbitt

Tweet “Most change is not in what we do, but how we do it. Within all the hype, the more we are able to differentiate between constants and change the more effectively we will be able to react to new … Continue reading

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Dispatch from the road…. A follow up- Online Bullying

Tweet Ok… I am on a roll here, and I as type this in the car on the way back to my home campus here in Shanghai, I am watching a news podcast that is highlighting the response to the … Continue reading

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I am probably jumping to conclusions here but- Professional Conferences/Seminars Probably DON’T work!

Tweet c Image by Eduardo Amorim via Flickr This just found in my email box from Education Week: The time U.S. teachers actually spend in professional training largely continues to take place in isolation, rather than in school-based settings that … Continue reading

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