Article with quick tips on supporting innovation.
In today’s environment it’s not uncommon to see our educational systems taken for granted. Should we care and are they worth the fight?
After spending 3 days with the worldâ€™s technology elite in education at ISTE 2012, it is clear to me. It is time to change! Itâ€™s not about the technology but what you can accomplish with it in your classrooms and schools. It is about knowing the right people to follow and it is about connecting. Most of all, it’s about showing your students what they can accomplish and guiding them. It really is about expanding horizons!
From the May issue of T.H.E. Journal . . . “It used to be in the 20th century that I considered it rude when people were texting or typing when I was presenting. Now, I consider it rude if I am the one who is doing all the talking.”