Archive for the 'Leadership and Vision'

The weakest area of most school computing plans is the leadership

Alan November said: Perhaps the weakest area of the typical one-to-one computing plan is the...
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Should our first goal really be to preserve the structure?

Justin Schwamm said: Two decades ago, before the great push for higher standards and more...
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What we permit, we promote [SLIDE]

A great reminder for school leaders: What we permit, we promote. Download this file: png pptx ...
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Filtering social media in schools because it’s a ‘distraction’

Annie Murphy Paul said: according to the Read more
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Pushing ourselves into the rotting institutions we want to reinvent

David Brooks said: Some monads withdraw back into the purity of their own subcultures. But others...
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When it comes to technology, schools like to buy stuff

Gary Stager said: They say change in schools is geologically slow, but not when it comes to...
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Does your educational organization believe in redemption?

I saw this poster recently in a middle school. And I confess it struck me the wrong way… ...
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Ed tech behaviorism

Audrey Watters said: I look around technology today (tech and ed-tech) and I see an incredible...
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Take the state assessment seriously or …

Thoughts on the message below? Motivating or punitive? Celebratory or disenfranchising? Meaningful...
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Which vision are you selling?

Are you selling a vision of student empowerment? Of kids as autonomous, self-directed learners who...
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