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    Posts Tagged ‘technology’

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    Disruptive Innovation and Schooling

    [Prelude: Now that I live in Virginia, I MUST get to know Andy Roterham. He’s a powerful insider in many educational policy circles, and he’s been edublogging longer than anyone I know. His post today pointed me to the article about which I write below, so here’s a tip-o-the-hat to Mr. Eduwonk] You may be […]


    Leadership and Mandates

    John Hendron points us to an article about work that his former Superintendent, Dr. Frank Morgan, is doing in Kershaw County, SC. Speaking about the use of podcasting, Dr. Morgan is quoted as saying, “I’ve just found it powerful…We live in a different world now, so we have to use multiple means to communicate with […]


    How to digitally supplement a PLC

    I’m having a little trouble wrapping my head around an idea, so I thought I’d throw it out to the edublogosphere (hello?  anybody home?). I’m trying to figure out the best way to support a face-to-face professional learning community with an electronic personal/professional learning network.  So, imagine that in my workplace we have monthly f-2-f meetings […]


    Educational Malpractice?

    Having just taught a class last night on tort liability in education, I thought it’d be fun to construct a hypothetical argument for a class-action case of educational malpractice [NOTE: I am fully aware that educational malpractice has been argued successfully in an actual court of law once, maybe twice, over the course of American […]


    You say you want a revolution?

    CREDIT: Grant Leavitt After presenting a paper about a study of an ed. tech. integration support program, the discussant mentioned that he drew very similar conclusions from a simlar study he did…20 years prior. In other words, the role of the technology support personnel in schools is no different today than it was 20 years ago. […]