Monthly Archives: January 2014

My Limited Perspectives of Education Reform: Life as a Student, Teacher, and Administrator.

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In the last decade, I’ve seen the education world through four different lenses: as a student, a teacher, an administrator, and (now) from a policy world.

When I was a student, I thought the world could be changed if we had more engaging teachers.

When I was a teacher, I thought the world could be changed if we had more support from administrative leadership.

When I was an administrator, I thought the world could be changed if we had more … Read the rest

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Technology Integration: A Vision, Framework, & Strategy for Districts

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I very recently was given the opportunity to present the technology integration work I was a part of in the Kettle Moraine School District. The video below shows the presentation I gave at both the Wisconsin D.P.I presentation at the Wisconsin S.L.A.T.E. Conference and for a CESA 1 P.A.C. meeting for the superintendents of southeast Wisconsin.

In the last year and a half, I was given the awesome opportunity to hold a leadership position within a school district of nine … Read the rest

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