The Power of Education Technology

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Edcamp Independent Schools is coming to San Francisco 2/27/16

If you are planning to be at NAIS in San Francisco this year (or will be in the Bay Area), don't miss Edcamp Independent Schools, […]

Edcamp with Students - Finally!

This Friday the middle school students at Synapse School (where I am the Assistant Head of School), participated in their first student lead #Edcamp. I have […]

Edcamp Foundation #GivingTuesday Campaign

The Edcamp Foundation is organizing a campaign for #GivingTuesday, which will begin on the Tuesday after Black Friday and Cyber Monday. It is a day […]

The Way Education Should Be!

In July of this year I started a new job. I am now the Assistant Head of School for Synapse School in Menlo Park, CA. […]

Beginning Again - Reflections on Edcamp San Jose

This weekend I helped to organize Edcamp San Jose, my first west-coast edcamp. Thanks to an amazing team of organizers, Travis Phelps, Diane Wharton, Mary […]

We built it, but not many came... How do we reinvigorate Teachers Unplugged?

This is the fourth year that I have helped to organize the Teachers Unplugged session at NAISAC. This is a participant driven session in which the […]

33 Great Ideas For Women In Leadership Positions

I attended a great session today at the NAIS Conference (National Association of Independent Schools) titled: Engendering Leadership: How Independent Schools Support Successful Female Leaders.  Thank […]

#MARCHON in remembrance of Martin Luther King

This week at our middle school we have done a number of things to celebrate and remember the upcoming MLK day on Monday. We started […]

Edcamp Boston Revelations and Reflections

Thanks to Lillie Marshall for this great Picture! Yesterday I was privileged to help organize, along with Dan Callahan, Laura D'elia, Tracy Sokalosky and Karen Janowski,  the […]

Focusing on What Works!

The Thin Book Of Appreciative Inquiry by Sue Annis Hammond is just that, a very thin book (59 pages) that explains and describes the process […]

iPad Ideas for Sept 19, 2012

Google Tasks for iPad (and iPhone) - If you use the Task function in your Gmail, you can use this link to access your tasks on the iPad. You […]

iPad Ideas for Sept 24th, 2012

Getting your contacts into the Mail App - The built in Mail App on the iPad doesn't automatically fill in contact addresses. You can fix that […]

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