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By Susan Lucille Davis - The Olympics are a great time to implement projects in the classroom to help kids connect globally. Here are 5 ways to do so.
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All school or district techs, and lab managers, am looking for an IT/computer incident report form for reporting issues that come up such as dropped/broken laptops, stolen devices, inappropriate material, etc. I realize there are some districts out there that use an online reporting system that can generate pdf's, but I'm looking for the actual forms to use as a model or template for a small school. I've searched online but have mostly found major corporation and university ones. Would like to find one at a lower level.
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Why Can't All School Be Like Kindergarten? (video)
8 principles of educational reform can be seen in action every day in Kindergarten classes across the country.
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Captured by the phrase “New Containers, Old Methods,” I started thinking about what those new containers are. I started identifying the old methods educators try to squeeze in to them too.
New Containers, Old Methods - what are the new containers in #edtech? What are the old methods educators try to squeeze into those new containers?
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Lucy Gray
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Please share widely! Join us during the week of April 25th. 
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Your Moon Shot approach will require a perspective shift. What will shift your perspective? 
A Moon Shot is something which humanity can rally behind, can support for the greater good, and change the trajectory of lives. Kind of like teaching.
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Instead of dismissing some #EdTech questions, think about what they mean.
It is an honor when another educator honestly asks you a question, but let us attempt to uncover what those *easy* #edtech coaching questions might tell us.
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This is an open space for anyone who's interested in effective technology leadership in P-12 schools. Please share widely and contribute as desired!

Lucy Gray
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Join us at the Global Education Forum in Philly this October. Connect with educators and organizations who believe in the power of globally connected teaching and learning.
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Do you have a Makerspace in your K-12 setting? Take a quick survey to share your experience!
https://goo.gl/YLwA1p
Your responses help researchers understand more about the role of Makerspaces in K-12 education. It will also help me complete my dissertation! Thank you for your time.
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The way schools and districts do professional development needs to change http://esheninger.blogspot.com/2016/04/waving-goodbye-to-drive-by-pd.html
There has been a great deal of knocks on professional development as of late and rightfully so. More often than not, professional development is something that is done to educators as opposed to an experience that they truly ...
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Joshua Elliott

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IFTTT stands for If This Then That. You can use this resource to connect different apps. This post is not necessarily a straightforward tip. Instead, I am offering a resource to explore. IFTTT is great for setting up connections. Some are straightforward,…
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Do you have a Help Module in your online or blended classroom? Should you?
What is in a Help Module for an online or blended learning class? Four specific items and how to direct students and parents back to it again and again!
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James Rolle

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Latest Blog Post: Steps to Meaningful Technology Integration: How to get from here to there. http://goo.gl/7Arooq 
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Joshua Elliott

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Thinglink is a great resource for creating interactive images for your lessons. This resource allows you to embed tags into any image you can find on the web or upload from your computer. To clarify, tags are closer in function to what some would call…
Thinglink is a great resource for creating interactive images for your lessons. This resource allows you to embed tags into any image you can find on the web or upload from your computer. To clarif…
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New blog post: Edtech Integration Must Haves http://goo.gl/zT0gt4
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Good Post, I liked the detail and thoughtfulness.

Have you looked at Copia Class Digital Content Delivery System. As a school leader, I find the flexibility for teacher while delivering a structured rigorous curriculum as a valuable tool for schools. Please take a look http://www.copiaclass.com. If you would like a demo let me know. 
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I find creating content only to consume immediately is an immature view of the purpose of creating content.

I find creating content only to immediately abandon it an immature view of why the content is created also.
Attending a 2nd grade classroom play I had to snap some pictures of my son’s classmates. They were doing something I had not yet seen. These students were recording the various plays presented and immediately replaying and watching them; in... Continue Reading →
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