Too many tools…tool little…. time? knowledge? interest? It is astounding the number of technology related tools that exist and are on-goingly created for education. Prior to the holidays I attended the CAIS Too many Tools evening… http://caisct.wordpress.com/2012/12/15/cais-too-many-tools-event-a-great-success-here-are-the-notes/ It is a great forum for seeing a quick presentation on some tools fellow educators are using in… Continue reading Too many tools…too little….
A Snapshot of Personal Professional Development (PD) Saturday October 13, 2012 I sat drinking coffee in CT while listening to @coolcatteacher (Vicki Davis) present the keynote at Edscape in NJ organized by @NMHS_Principal (Eric Sheninger) Many a Saturday morning 7:30-8:30 am I am on Twitter participating in #satchat moderated by @bcurrie5 (Brad Currie) and @ScottRRocco (Scott… Continue reading A Snapshot of Personal Professional Development
“It’s easy to come up with new ideas; the hard part is letting go of what worked for you two years ago, but will soon be out of date.” — Roger von Oech The First Try A couple weeks ago, my Director of Ed and I did a mini flip (previously posted about the mini… Continue reading Flipping or Flattening the Staff Meeting
I began blogging last year as a way to document my increasing role as a technology leader in my building. In my school I am the one in the know, but really I know that my knowledge is limited in the greater scope of things. How could I lead and not know all? But really,… Continue reading Importance of Connectedness
It feels like everyday is technology leadership day when following such great minds and collaboration on Twitter and the various Blogs I follow. I am excited each day to learn and explore the role of technology in education with such an invigorating Personal Learning Network. Over the past year I had been working on my… Continue reading How to be a leader for technology to benefit students