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Consulting is not my day job. In fact, it usually pulls me away from that work and my family. However, I do really enjoy working with schools and try to help as I can. I have been fortunate to work with a number of organizations on technology leadership (and, in the past, data-driven decision-making) issues. I love to roll up my sleeves and work with administrators, teachers, and others on complex, real-world problems in school organizations. Each time I learn something new that can then be applied in other service and teaching venues.

Presentation Examples

If you want to know what I’m like as a presenter, here are a few examples:

Presentation Needs

Typically I need the following as a presenter:

  • laptop projector,
  • laptop speakers or a room sound system loud enough for the size of the room (so participants can hear audio and video files),
  • projector screen,
  • power strip with one free outlet,
  • Internet access for myself, and
  • a small table (separate from the podium or projector cart) on which I can put things.

Depending on the size of the room, I may need a wireless microphone (preferably a lapel mic); you also might want to consider having a microphone or two for participants during question-and-answer time. Depending on the workshop, we may need computers, Internet access, and power strips for your participants.

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