3 Long Term Opportunities For Schools Today

After a conference, there is the thought that many need something they can do right away with students.  The demands of being a teacher, while also keep opportunities “fresh”, is something that lends to this way of thinking.  If you… Continue Reading

What do we lose?

View image | gettyimages.com   “We must never assume that an appeal to the masses represents illiteracy. In fact, it implies a high degree of literacy. And in the new century, that increasingly means visual media.” Stephen Apkon Greystone Centennial… Continue Reading

To Those That Have Heard Everything

cc licensed ( BY NC SA ) flickr photo shared by Steven Shorrock I was a little surprised to see a tweet from someone talking about how we shouldn’t be talking about “being connected” with people anymore because everyone should… Continue Reading

How big is your room? #CEM12

cc licensed ( BY ) flickr photo shared by Dr. Warner Working in Ontario the last week with teachers and administrators, with many conversations revolving around digital footprint and the impact it has on getting a job, this is a… Continue Reading

Leading Innovative Change Series – A New Staff Experience

I wanted to try my hand at writing a series of blog posts on “Leading Innovative Change.” As I am looking at writing a book on the same topic, I thought I would put some ideas out there and hopefully… Continue Reading

Anonymous vs. Appropriate

cc licensed ( BY ) flickr photo shared by gavin. robinson Here is some interesting information from the “Pew Internet & American Life Project” on teen use of social media: Teens are increasingly sharing personal information on social media sites,… Continue Reading

Engaging Parents in the Learning Process

cc licensed ( BY ) flickr photo shared by bestlibrarian “The role of parents in the education of their children cannot be overestimated.” ~Unknown When you ask parents from any country in the world, what they ask their children at the… Continue Reading