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Some Thoughts on a Recent Digital Citizenship Round-table Discussion

Last week, I attended a round table discussion about digital citizenship with a group of educational leaders from around the country. This was a spirited discussion that served to illustrate the complexity of the issues around digital citizenship as well as struggles that districts are facing in their efforts to address this challenging topic. Here … Continue reading Some Thoughts on a Recent Digital Citizenship Round-table Discussion

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Interactive Lectures in a Technology-Infused Classroom

The traditional classroom lecture has come under fire lately and a host of new interactive tools has done lots to fuel this movement. I still believe that a skilled teacher can deliver a meaningful, engaging, and informative lecture and there will always be a place for this type of delivery model in education. That being … Continue reading Interactive Lectures in a Technology-Infused Classroom

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Protect Your Chromebook Investment

Large scale 1-1 programs require a tremendous amount of planning and attention to details. When our district began planning for a roll-out of 1000 Chromebooks in the fall of 2013, our task force formed the following sub-committees: Student Feedback Parent/Community Outreach Nuts & Bolts PD/Teacher Support As someone that actually enjoys planning and logistics, I … Continue reading Protect Your Chromebook Investment

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