Let me start out by saying that I have been EVERY one of the people on this list.
These predictions are in fact “bold” and somewhat unlikely, but with the pace of change in technology you never know what is possible.
Where most districts fail (and where we failed initially) is that thinking a “parent night” type meeting or newsletter would be enough to notify parents of this disruptive change.
It was a vision of analternate universe that would have been my life and the life of this school district if we decided in 2011 not topilot this innovative idea of 1:1 iPads.
Heading to Tech Forum Texas this Friday? The folks at Tech & Learning always put on a great event, and here are a few things I’m looking forward to this year.
If you haven’t heard the latest news in the LAUSD iPad Saga, it’s basically turning into a modern soap opera.
Being honored as one of Tech & Learning magazine's Leaders of the Year is much more than just an individual honor to me.
The 2012 PISA results are now public and according to Arne Duncan, we remain in a state of educational stagnation.
Why do I love the Tech Forums that Tech & Learning puts on all over the country? They are made up of 4 key traits that make it worth your day
We are in the midst of a revolution (or in some cases, simply a turnover) in the administrative realm of education.
The problem with this individually-focused learning is that it is in staunch opposition to the collaborative element we champion so much in schools.
Mobile is everywhere:This hardly comes asa surprise, but justabout every session hadsomething to do withmobile learning.
The one thing I’m constantly amazed with is the fact that some districts think placing a magical device with an Apple on it will transform learning.