What do K12 Teachers Own?

Does it Matter what Teachers Own? Teachers in public K12 classrooms have some very basic similarities. We create, carry out, and then redo our lesson […]

In Support & Resistance of #EdTech

Can you identify the support and resistance of educational technology in your educational community? Are you sometimes in support and other times in resistance of […]

3 Ways Technology is Reshaping the Classroom

More than an acceleration of the pace of education, more than the expansion of content to teach, your classroom is being reshaped in new ways. […]

17 to Follow on Twitter for #ISTE2017

As you ramp up to the annual pinnacle in your professional learning with me at ISTE make sure you are following these folks into the […]

Nothing Personal, Love Technology

Have you ever noticed how people take technology failures so personally? However, technology does exactly what is is told. So what are you telling it […]

EdTech Leadership Cycle

The EdTech Leadership cycle is complex. So much of what a school or district needs depends on where they are in the journey of converting […]

What your TPACK is Missing

The TPACK graphic is compelling. The complex relationship between the demands of teaching are well represented. And ideally balanced. The overlapping sweet spots are easily […]

UX is not about You

As more content moves online the User Experience is increasingly important. Public K12 institutions increasingly offer asynchronous content. And the UX is about the end-user, the student […]

Laptop required, and everyone brings a smartphone

If you have ever hosted a professional learning event or training for teachers, you likely called out in the invitation – laptop required – right? And […]

Using Technology How?

This is a version of a Type I & Type II Technologies presentation from 2011, presented at a local educational technology conference. So much has changed since […]

Different but not Better

Educators are the nicest people you will ever meet. That makes it extra tough, but at some point “trying #edtech” is not enough. By only trying […]

Things Students Already Replaced…

…before their teacher, school, or district did…. Before the district considered BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) students were bringing devices to school. Before the school thought to promote collaboration, […]

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