From the monthly archives:

August 2010

Themes for 21st Century Education

As one of many volunteers working on the 2010 MassCUE / M.A.S.S. conference (October 27 & 28), I have been active with the conference committee in organizing breakout sessions. This means reading proposals, recruiting presenters, and helping to make sure we have sessions that cover all the strands and that will appeal to all our […]

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Advice for the Newly Hired Instructional Technology Specialist

So, you are starting your first job as an instructional technology specialist (ITS) this year, and you are wondering, “What do I do first? What are the most important things I should do in my first two months on the job?” Here’s my advice, based on my own experience of almost twenty years in educational […]

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Upcoming Grants for Schools

School teachers and administrators, especially those of us in technology, regularly look for grants to supplement local funding and to jumpstart new and pilot initiatives. Here are a few grant opportunities worth investigating. If you have submitted a successful proposal to any of these foundations and have tips or strategies for others, please contribute by […]

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