How do school leaders navigate well in today's environment in the face of many competing demands? Read Leslie Wilson's insights on how colleagues can discover solutions and map out success through power, integrity, creativity and innovation.
How would you answer these uncomfortable questions about educational technology in your school or district. As we strive for better edtech uses in schools, Bob Moore challenges all to provide answers to these tough questions.
Sharing the good news and benefits of educational initiatives with parents and the school community is important. Readily available communication avenues today include the uses of web, social media and online presentations. See insights including a list of supporting resources from Donna Teuber.
Are your student creating and using new knowledge in today's world? Read Donna Teuber's thoughts from Tech Learning Live in Atlanta. See her insights on how technology tools and other resources combine for personalized learning, creativity, collaboration, communication and critical thinking.
Taking a close look at our policies means making sure that we are not locking out learning. Read Bob Moore's advice for creating an environment that provides more freedom for learning to teachers and students.
A few weeks ago, I was fortunate to attend the Future Ready Summit in Raleigh, NC hosted by the Alliance for Excellent Education, the US Dept. of Education Office of Technology, and the Friday Institute team.