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Massachusetts CTO Clinic

CoSN, in conjunction with METAA, the Massachusetts state CoSN chapter, will host a CTO Clinic on April 26, 2010 at Holy Cross in Worcester. CTO Clinics provide professional development designed specifically for the school Chief Technology Officer (administrator for technology). See the announcement at: CoSN Events and on METAA’s web site: METAA Events CoSN members […]

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MassCUE – M.A.S.S. Fall Technology Conference

I am so looking forward to the MassCUE fall technology conference this year. Title of conference and dates: Tackling 21st-Century Learning Be sure to save the dates: October 28 and October 29 with the pre-conference on October 27! Registration is open now. There are four big reasons that have me so pumped! 1) NEW LOCATION […]

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NEISTE at NECC 2009

Every New England state has state ISTE affiliate organization, and together, we form NEISTE . From our web site: NEISTE is an organization representing the ISTE affiliates in the six New England States (Connecticut, Massachusetts, Maine, Rhode Island, New Hampshire, and Vermont). The goal is to provide a forum for coordination and support of state […]

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Tuesday at NECC 2009

Tuesday at NECC 2009 I enjoyed the keynote address. It was in Oxford-style debate format, moderated by NPR’s Robert Siegel. The two sides argued the premise: Bricks and Mortar Schools are Detrimental to the Future of Education. For or against? The against side won (audience decision using response system) but they argued that education had […]

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Monday at NECC 2009

Terrific conference day at NECC 2009. We started the morning at a 7:30 breakfast hosted by Polyvision. Attendees got an advanced look at some of their new developments. I continue to be really impressed by the Eno board. We raced right from the Grand Hyatt back to the convention center to attend a preparation session […]

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SEDTA Meeting at NECC 2009

This evening one of the events I attended was the SEDTA “Turning the Tables” state member set up . Each participating state technology director sets up a table displaying materials that tell what that state is doing with technology in education. One of the agenda items was the Virginia’s Innovative Application Contest Winners Award Ceremony. […]

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ISTE Affiliate Network

MassCUE is an affiliate organization to ISTE . I am (as I type) in a large conference room with leaders from affiliates from all across the country, as well as some folks from as far away as Australia. We are all sharing best practices at NECC 2009 . The information, strategies, and aggregate energy in […]

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MassCUE & M.A.S.S. 2009 Technology Conference

MassCUE & M.A.S.S. 2009 Technology Conference Pre-conference: October 27 : : Conference October 28 & 29 Tackling 21st Century Learning T he school year hasn’t even ended and I am already looking forward to the Fall 2009 Technology Conference (October 27, 28 & 29). There is a lot NEW and EXCITING about the conference this […]

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CoSN Conference Wrap Up

T here were so many good sessions at the CoSN Conference , along with lots of noteworthy connections that I made, that I could write many more entries about it, probably too many. Instead, I want to tell you why CoSN is so valuable to school technology administrators (Technology Directors, CTOs, CIOs, etc). CoSN provides […]

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CTO Leadership Forum: CoSN’s Framework of Essential Skills

C oSN Conference 2009 Session name: CTO Leadership Forum: CoSN’s Framework of Essential Skills: A Certification Pathway for the Future Technology Leaders CoSN has been working for several years creating and disseminating the Framework for Essential Skills for CTOs. In this session, we presented a work in progress – a pathway for a nationally recognized […]

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