Leadership Voices

Is the Customer always right?
March 15, 2017

We get the phone calls every day.  I need… and the reseller on the other line rattles off a part or model number of exactly what they want.  Day in and day out, I get to hear two ways this phone call can go.  The sales person can either simply quote exactly what Mr.

Inertia and Hope
March 9, 2017

Leslie Wilson takes a look at the ‘good’, ‘bad’, and ‘ugly’ of education technology. 

Are You Teaching Freelancing?
February 28, 2017

It is estimated that 7.6 million Americans working in the on-demand economy by 2020. David Jakes explores the need to address the growing career trend of 'freelancer'. 

Community of Learners
February 22, 2017

Are we using educational technology in today's classrooms to truly amplify learning and encourage the development of new skills and powerful ideas? Read Melissa Lim's insights gained through first hand experience. 

Driving Change: Do Today’s Superintendents Go Far Enough?
February 9, 2017

Are today's superintendents focusing on student outcomes with the necessary vision, strategy and high quality leadership? Read Leslie Wilson's insights about what industry leaders have to offer and what that can mean for technology and learning today. 

Digital Side Effects
January 12, 2017

In what ways can the powerful technology practice of crowdsourcing bring us together in support of learners? See Leslie Wilson's insights as she helps us to explore the possibilities. 

Finding a Balance with Social Media
January 4, 2017

What are the best strategies for fitting social media into our lives as educators, leaders and members of the community? Read Donna Teuber's insights for designing a strategy that works best for you. 

Five Ideas to Go Beyond SAMR
December 20, 2016

How deep is the learning in your technology integration? Get the latest strategies for incorporating powerful learning by applying SAMR in your classrooms.

Classroom as Coffee Shop?
December 14, 2016

When designing learning spaces, we must look closely at student experience. David Jakes discusses ways in which savvy school leaders can take inspiration from a most popular venue - a coffee house. 

Coping with Change
December 7, 2016

Change in today's ever evolving world means 'learning'! How can educators today embrace change in meaningful ways? Read Leslie Wilson's insights to learn more. 


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