From the monthly archives:

August 2013

One New Thing at a Time

This is not a recent blog post by Adam Bellow, but it is still relevant, and I think readers will find some worthwhile advice. I especially like the advice he gives about trying only one thing at a time. Try one new thing at a time. Often we pack too much into a lesson. If […]

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Classroom Design

This is an interesting series in Edutopia ā€“ Remake Your Class. The author suggests involving students, clearing clutter, envisioning flow, and obtaining supplies. What Iā€™m wondering, is how much freedom teachers actually have in redesigning the physical space of the classroom? Can employees in other domains build their own offices? Do teachers in your district […]

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Tech Leadership & Executive Peers

In Wanted: Executive Peers, a recent post on the CIO Insight site, Frank Petersmark illuminates a real need for technology leaders (in schools, often called CIOs, CTOs, or Technology Directors) ā€“ we need other people on our executive teams who share our perspective, understand what we do, and fully appreciate our role on the executive […]

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