From the monthly archives:

September 2011

Google Education Team Newsletter

Dana Nguyen of the Google Education Team sent out a newsletter and there were so many valuable links for educators that I am reprinting the entire letter here. The webinars are a great way to expand your skills without having to leave your building. Newsletter: We hope that you have all had a great start […]

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Wall Quotes 2

Over the years I have decorated my office with famous (and not so famous) quotes, and I change them out fairly often. Looking for a folder this week, I came across my “wall quotes” folder with all the past quotes I’ve had brightening up my walls. I plan to share them here, on my more […]

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Declutter for Learning and Productivity

I really enjoyed this post – Decluttering for Learning – on Michelle Martin’s Bamboo Project Blog. She makes several suggestions that I think do more than help declutter – they assist in reflection, prompt critical thinking about whatever is on your mind, and provide an enduring record, a type of journal. The first two things […]

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Tell the NY Times Ed Tech DOES WORK

School CIO is looking for testimonials of sorts, to refute the NY Times article about the value of educational technology. Read their article and please contribute a story or some data illustrating the value you have found or observed in educational technology. Share your stories at The 100 District Project on Tech & Learning web […]

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FCC CIPA Order

The FCC released (August 11) a new order concerning CIPA compliance and erate funding. <pdf> As we start school for the 2011-2012 school year, there are a few sections that schools will want to be aware of. About Social Networking: Although it is possible that certain individual Facebook or MySpace pages could potentially contain material […]

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Wall Quotes

Over the years I have decorated my office with famous (and not so famous) quotes, and I change them out fairly often. Looking for a folder this week, I came across my “wall quotes” folder with all the past quotes I’ve had brightening up my walls. I plan to share them here, on my more […]

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A Thinking Journey

Read the September 2011 Peter Reynolds / Fablevision Newsletter. The free poster is always one of my favorite parts: “Welcome your students back to the classroom with a fresh poster decorating the walls. Start your class on a creative thinking journey with these tips from Peter H. Reynolds on living with purpose. Choose from two […]

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