From the monthly archives:

March 2015

Map Tracking Visitors

Clustrmaps is a widget that tracks visitors to a web site and presents the data in a geographic format. It’s great fun to see where visitors to your blog are located, and it has been fun to see the growing number of readers. Recently, though, clustrmaps had a server failure and I had to re-register […]

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Involve Students in PD

Students make a great addition to your professional development efforts. In one of our schools the Instructional Technology Specialist has had students attend professional development. They sit with a teacher and help coach them through some of the technology ins and outs. Check out this awesome video from Young Writers Project. Every teacher who attends […]

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Striking a Balance

As education technology leaders, one of our goals is to position technology such that it supports both the “authorized” work of schools, as well as the emergent. Authorized is meant to include current communication systems, software and tools that are accepted and have widespread use in the organization. Emergent technologies are those that we are […]

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