Archive for the 'Planning and Funding'

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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7 building blocks for the future of schools

If I had the chance to build a new school organization (or redesign an existing one), I would start...
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Big Brother would love the Amplify tablet

A recent New York Times story said: Read more
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Maybe ‘What do you want your students to do?’ is the wrong question

Laptops. iPads (or other tablet devices). Chromebooks. Maybe even netbooks or ultrabooks… As...
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The 800-desktop millstone [SCENARIO]

Introducing a new feature here, here’s a school technology leadership scenario for you…...
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Tech Support Internship: Student-led support for Leyden’s Chromebook initiative [guest post]

Part 4 of a 5-part series on 1:1 with Chromebooks at Leyden High Schools.  This post was written...
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What Can You Expect When Moving Learning to the Web? [guest post]

The third post of a 5-part series on 1:1 at Leyden High Schools. This post is from Mikkel...
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The Logistics of 1:1 Chromebooks at Leyden [guest post]

The second post in a series about 1:1 at Leyden by Bryan Weinert, Director of Technology for...
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Why 1:1? Why Chromebooks? [guest post]

The first post of a 4-part series on 1:1 at Leyden High Schools. Jason Markey, principal of East...
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Rethinking expenditures and policy priorities

The National Association of Science Teachers reports that we currently have approximately 180,000...
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