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    Archive for January, 2008

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    An Argument for Digital Leadership

    Had to “pitch” my ideas for an ed. tech. leadership institute here at VCU today to the university officials who schmooze the corporate and philanthropic folks.  I pitch to them, they pitch to the money. Anyway, I spent much time last night figuring out the logic of my argument.  Here’s what I came up with:  […]

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    Facilitating Technology Integration

    Much of my current research agenda has me studying and thinking about how we can best facilitate technology integration.  It’s a leadership question that is understudied (IMHO).  There’s plenty of research about what’s being done in pre-service teacher ed. programs, but not enough contemplation, formal or informal, of how to best facilitate adult learning to […]

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    Google gets it…I think

    [youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0bTvWy7mxTw&rel=1] I missed this event in my newly adopted hometown of Richmond, VA, but Google CEO Eric Schmidt was the keynote speaker at the Virginia Business Higher Education Council meeting a week or so ago.  I think it’s interesting and quite politic of him to applaud Governor Kaine and the folks in the audience for […]

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    When will there be a day when…

    Technology – “Future Vision”Originally uploaded by $ydney *I have a class full of sitting and aspiring school leaders and I don’t have to worry about issues of technological access, fluency, etc.? *I can whip out a mobile computing device and access the Internet anytime, anywhere without worrying about “minutes” or without having to pay for […]

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    Serious Play and School Improvement

     One of my mentors and now good friends is Dr. Dale Mann, Professor Emeritus at Teachers College, Columbia University.  Dr. Mann got me interested in ed. tech. and I was recently reminded of an incredible article he wrote 12 (twelve!) years ago called Serious Play.  I returned to the article because my wife and I are […]

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