Monthly Archives: August 2012
GUEST COLUMN | by Joe Mazza A 21st-century principal shares what it means to share these days For a little over a year now, I’ve been “virtually mentored” by the likes of George Couros, Patrick Larkin, Eric Sheninger and many … Continue reading
The days of a teacher spending every class behind a lectern aren’t behind us yet, but things are changing in America’s high school and college classrooms – and technology is helping support this change. According to CDW-G’s Learn Now, Lecture … Continue reading
Feeling like you’re in transition? Or perhaps you are feeling like you should be in transition, but you’re not even quite there yet. Well, you’re not alone. The U.S. Department of Education, the Friday Institute for Educational Innovation at NC … Continue reading
Results from a national survey of e-rate applicants indicate a continued reliance on e-rate funding, particularly for broadband connectivity. Funds for Learning, an e-rate compliance firm, released survey results in 2008-09; recent results released were a follow-up to the earlier … Continue reading
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