Daily Archives: December 14, 2007

Impact of Technology on Students

There has really been an avalanche of research regarding the evolving learning profile of the “digital native.” It doesn’t matter whether or not you fully subscribe to all of Prensky’s assertions (as I know some of you don’t), you can’t deny that the technological reality in which our students are immersed (largely outside of school)

Tech Tidbit #1: Egocasting

In an effort to raise the level of conceptual conversation in my school district, Jeff Moore, Administrative Supervisor for Curriculum & Instruction/ Technology (aka my tech boss), has recently begun sharing some of his thoughts about technology & education. So that we can spread the conversation, he has graciously agreed to let me post them

If You Missed the Daniel Pink Webinar…

Don’t miss the chance to watch the Daniel Pink webinar archive!  I was lucky enough to be able to attend & all I can say is WOW!  Not only was Daniel, himself, an excellent presenter, but the conversations that abounded in the chat box were amazing- and that’s just the threads I was able to