Today's Newsletter: Rethinking New Year’s Resolutions
Last week theThe T&L Leadership Summitwas held in Phoenix where we tried to determine if the marriage between curriculum and tech could be saved.
I heard once that the secret to helping others is by trying to get to “yes.”
Supporting the whole child requires both a scientific and artistic approach to understanding student needs while designing learning experiences.
Summer is the perfect time for reflection, and "Currere" can be an ideal method to structure reflection on a project or a school year.
As educators, our core mission is to create caring and challenging learning environments for our students.
We are hitting the mid-point of the school year and now is a great time to reconnect with those around you.
The recentSchoolCIO Summit in Baltimorefocused on closing the digital divide across the United States.
One of the challenges in working in education is the ease in which the public can attack schools.
One of the last divides to close is easy access to instructional resources as many schools still use outdated, static, and heavy textbooks.
At Tech & Learning Live in Atlanta, we heard from students who were running theirschool's helpdeskin a way similar to what we're doing in my school district'sTechGenius Program.
As our schools go to 1-1, there are many added benefits that I never even considered
What about the other two domains of learning, Psychomotor and Affective?
A little over a year ago President Obama announced theConnectEd initiativeto help close the digital divide across the United States.
If you have not noticed lately, education is under attack and those of us in the education profession have nobody to blame but ourselves.
Show me what you are doing with it and how it impacts instruction.
Now is the time to put great ideas into motion if they are to have any impact on the following school year.
The ultra-short-throw BrightLink 595Wi is a 3LCD, touch-enabled projector that can create a display up to 100” from 12” away.
I hate to think that we would give up on kids so easily.
We must ensure that our emails, posts, and tweets reflect an intent similar to our face-to-face conversations.
Before the avalanche of the first days of school begin, establish some goals.
How can we create experiences that result in a hunger to learn?
Kid President recently released a new video called “20 Things We Should Say More Often,” which is perfectly timed for the week of Thanksgiving and a break in the busy lives of teachers and students.