The National Educational Technology Plan (2010) outlines a very specific path for supporting teachers in the difficult process of integrating technology into their practice. I especially like the visual to the right. This nice graphic from the Teaching: Prepare and Connect section of the plan demonstrates the complexity of just this aspect of the process. I'd … Continue reading The Process of Integrating Technology – Teacher Development
var linkwithin_site_id = 563873; http://www.linkwithin.com/widget.js My six-year old son has made it perfectly clear to me that he thinks being small is a drag. When we discussed this catastrophic situation I discovered that John David's biggest concern is really what his friends might think about him. According to my little fellow, car seats, plastic mattress … Continue reading Thoughts on Growing…
var linkwithin_site_id = 563873; http://www.linkwithin.com/widget.js Do you remember the short-lived high energy drink, Jolt? I think today's modern version of Jolt is a Coke product called Vault. I don't drink it, but I see it everywhere. It's funny how many folks need a product like Jolt or Vault to get them in gear. Like many … Continue reading The Jolt into 21st Century Learning
var linkwithin_site_id = 563873; http://www.linkwithin.com/widget.js Click here for picture of FHS team at Microsoft’s Innovative Teacher Forum Where to begin? Participating in Microsoft's Innovative Teacher's Forum in late September continues to cause me severe pain. My enlarged brain is now so full, I'm sure it will blow any time now. Trying to figure out how … Continue reading Pain is a good thing, right?