Monthly Archives: June 2011

Integrating Technology on a Limited Budget with Little Support

CLASSROOM 21 | by Greg Limperis Ever asked yourself, “How am I supposed to integrate technology into my lessons without having any?” or, “How am I supposed to integrate technology when I do not even know where to start and … Continue reading

Posted in interviews | 4 Comments

Interview | Jack Stenner Takes Education Beyond the Metrics

MetaMetrics® is the indirect result of the research Dr. Jack Stenner conducted as part of a national evaluation of Head Start. Jack was charged with comparing different assessment systems that resulted in different outcome measures. Based on subsequent conversations with Dr. … Continue reading

Posted in interviews | Leave a comment

Trends | Kauffman Labs: Passionate, Disruptive and Driven

If you want to know ‘where the party’s at’ — meet the inaugural class of the Kauffman Labs Education Ventures program. Immersed in an intensive hands-on program for four months, 23 entrepreneurs were selected from over 1,000 applicants and represent some … Continue reading

Posted in trends | 1 Comment

Interview | John Stippick: Online Learning in ‘Room 21’

Ideas, ideas! From where do they come? And how do we act on them to effectuate real change? After reading, “The Global Achievement Gap” by Dr. Tony Wagner (he leads the Harvard School of Education) and learning about the Partnership for … Continue reading

Posted in interviews | 1 Comment

Interview | PD Online with Judy Zimny

PD Online was initiated in 1996 to complement and strengthen ASCD’s (formerly the Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development) overall package of high-quality, professional development services and products. At the time, educators were asking for resources to support their learning outside … Continue reading

Posted in interviews | Leave a comment