To prepare modern learners, districts must update outdated policies and purchasing practices by thinking short term.
Without the "why" in place you run the danger of administrators and elected officials thinking technology is about increasing test scores.
If you are responsible for integrating technology into schools, then you must be prepared to discuss the return on investment stakeholders can expect to see.
Since discovering howeasy it is to make movies with Google photosat the start of the school year, I've made several movies.
Used correctly, technology can easily move from a weapon of mass distraction, to a tool of engagement.
While their privileged peers whose schools don’t have such restrictions imposed upon them have freedom to roam the internet, many low income students don’t have the same access.
If you provide professional development or work with those who do, you want to make sure, that participants have the best experience possible.
To be or not to be? That is the question for many teachers when it comes to allowing music in the classroom.
Messages in your schools and classrooms that come from those who work and study in these spaces, helps build culture.
One common thread comes from innovative educators who have several classes of students and are trying to figure out how to manage all the demands placed upon them.
Ever wonder what it takes to successfully prepare for back to school in a building where there is a 1:1 iPad implementation?
What if this stuff was all standards aligned and paired with the assessments that make some administrators happy?