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    What I’ve Learned from/with Dr. Alec Couros (a.k.a. @courosa, Alec)

    To those of you who know and learn with Alec Couros (aka @courosa), Please consider filling out the form below.  The explanation is in the form.  I’ll send the data (or an analysis of the data) to Alec and/or his tenure committee. Thanks in advance! Loading…

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    Laptops in schools: Crowdsourcing the argument(s)

    One of the earliest and largest 1:1 computing initiatives in the United States has been transpiring in the Henrico County (VA) Public Schools(HCPS) for nearly a decade.  For the last X years, every student in grades 6-12 in the county has been issued a laptop.  The program began under the leadership of Dr. Mark Edwards […]

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    Guest blogging at education.change.org

    This week, I am privileged to be writing over at Change.org. Thanks to Clay Burell for granting me this opportunity. Please join me over there for some good (and courageous) conversation.

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    Help me with my “vision”

    Tomorrow, I’ll be spending the entire day with my faculty  colleagues at the VCU School of Education.  We’ll be spending the day “visioning”; a full day of strategic planning.  I believe we’ll be tackling big questions such as: who are we?  what do we do? what should we do? where should we be? I’m constantly […]

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    Happy blog birthday to me!

    Cathy Nelson committed a (somewhat) random act of kindness by commenting on a recent post to let me know that my blog birthday had arrived. [NOTE: while the blog went public on Jan. 9, 2008; the first real substantive post was not until Jan. 16.  So, I’m calling today my blog birthday.]  Thanks Cathy; it’s […]

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