July 2015 Archives

While I see an increasing number of school leaders making the move into digital spaces to communicate, share, and learn, I wonder why there are so many others who are still hesitant to take the leap.


School and district leaders need take advantage of social media tools to connect and communicate. In this day and age, it's a no-brainer.


To discuss how and why teens do what they do online and have a clear understanding of this activity, parents and educators should start by looking at the work of Danah Boyd.


The EdCamp model allows school leaders to avoid a top-down approach to professional development and lets teachers take charge of their own learning.


School leaders need to offer support to parents to assist them in navigating the overwhelming new world of parenting in the digital age.


From the opening Town Hall panel on Sunday to the closing keynote by Josh Stumpenhorst on Wednesday afternoon, the most important takeaway from ISTE is about the very human endeavor of building relationships in our schools and classrooms.


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