Archive for the 'leadership' tag

Nobody likes to hear it

Nobody likes to hear that they need to change. Nobody likes to be told that they’re not there...
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Our technology messages are important

When we take away technology access because of student behavior concerns, we send the message that...
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Serve your detention or lose your textbooks

Dear student, if you do not serve your detention, we will take away your textbooks. Dear student,...
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Suppressing students’ creativity and inquiry

Jeff Herzberg said: What are we doing that suppresses students’ natural creativity and...
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Good luck with that

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We can do better than this

Some random technology-related incidents that I have seen and heard about during the first few...
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ISTE Follow-Up 21: Superintendent blogs (THE PUSH 2014)

If you were asked to nominate a very short list of superintendent blogs for central office...
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The declining economic value of routine cognitive work

Workforce data show that U.S. employees continue to do more non-routine cognitive and interpersonal...
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Which schools are the true ‘miracles?’

Let’s imagine that we lived in an era in which change was occurring incredibly rapidly. An era in...
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ISTE Follow-Up 20: Principal blogs (THE PUSH 2014)

If you were asked to nominate a very short list of principal/school blogs for administrators to...
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