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Effective tech leadership is an amalgamation of individual management style, a collection of competencies and skills, and organizational structure. — Angie White
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Effective tech leadership is an amalgamation of individual management style, a collection of competencies and skills, and organizational structure.
— Angie White

Don’t speak about the need for 200 computers, but focus on what those computers will be able to help students do.
— Steven M. Baule

The newly released 2012 Horizon Report gives us a glimpse into the classrooms of the near future. All school leaders who focus sharply on emerging technology trends can effectively plan for what students need and how schools can prepare.
— Nancy Caramanico

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Today’s obsession with MOOCs isa reminder of the old forecastingparadigm: in the early stages oftechnology introduction we try tofit new technologies into existingsocial structures in ways thathave become familiar to us.”– Marina Gorbis

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Imagine if students were asmotivated to do their schoolworkas they are to beat Halo 4.—Lisa Nielsen

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School districts, schools, teams,or individual teachers now havea choice.

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Nearly every other industry hasbeen changed beyond recognitionby the invention of computers.

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A hustly-bustly learning space is abeautiful thing, but when I put myselfin the shoes of that student, I could tellit might become distracting at times.—Matt Ives

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A whole lot of attention has been placed on the vast array of tablet devices that are on the market right now and, yes, I am going to give you my “two cents.”

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We should be designing ourinstruction and teaching ourstudents to use a wide selection ofdigital tools that best fits withintheir learning style.—Rob Miller

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Write this down: Labels like “digitalimmigrants” and “digital natives”—and the connotations that theycarry—do more harm than goodin conversations about changinglearning spaces.–Bill Ferriter

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Here is this week’s MOOCmetaphor. MOOCs are like thepatronising uncle who has yet tohave a child of his own.– The Ed Techie