Leadership Voices

Elliott's Two Cents - “Where's the Beef” When It Comes to Your Tech Investments?
Elliott Levine
January 26, 2015

When it comes to technology investments, how can schools and districts get to the meat of spending wisely? Read Elliott Levine's insights on finding the right combinations for serving up a quality, successful 1:1 program. 

Important Considerations for Using Digital Assessment Tools
Mike Gorman
January 22, 2015

Today's assessment tools provide ample means for reviewing student work. Read Mike Gorman's pos about important considerations educators must weigh.The sites listed below allow for some wonderful interaction.

School CIO Priorities for 2015
Bob Moore
January 19, 2015

What priorities do School CIOs need to prioritize in 2015? Read Bob Moore's high level view of factors essential to today's digital learning environments. 

One District’s Search for the Next-Gen Device - Part III
Marianthe Williams
January 11, 2015

Part 3 in a Series: Planning for educational technology integration in schools involves a series of choices. Read about key choices for Riverdell School DIstrict's evaluation of network and productivity tools.

Developing an Organizational Mindset of Innovation
David Jakes
January 3, 2015

Building an innovation mindset in schools means taking clear and actionable steps. Hear how all stakeholders can work together towards this goal in David Jakes latest post. 

Elliott's Two Cents - Re-Imagining Common Core
Elliott Levine
December 29, 2014

As we look at Common Core Standards, might there be a way that K12 Districts can re-imagine standards and classrooms? Read Elliott Levine's reflection on collaborative efforts that can be taken towards achieving the desired outcomes for students and educators.

Don’t Over-Enterprise Your School IT
Bob Moore
December 20, 2014

Does your school run 'like a business' when it comes to IT? Read Bob Moore's advice on when it might be best to apply business practices and not. 

Saying Yes to Blended Learning
Donna Teuber
December 12, 2014

Gathering support for educational technology initiatives means involving diverse groups of stakeholders. Read Donna Teuber's post to learn how to build support for Blended Learning.

From Spare Parts to Real Change
Leslie Wilson
December 7, 2014

Passion and commitment of caring educators, the power of numerous technologies, self-directed/driven learners and many support levers created perfect conditions for the unlikely results showcased in an upcoming movie, “Spare Parts”. 

A Natural Fit - PBL, STEM and Technology Integration
Mike Gorman
December 4, 2014

What do PBL, STEM and technology integration have in common? Read as Mike Gorman explores three initiatives and the important roles they take to make a wonderful classroom learning environment for students. 

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