iPad Thinglink

iPad Apps I was asked to gather some apps for iPads that I thought would be useful for teachers new to using iPads. I wasn’t sure exactly how I might do this so that it was accessible for a number of people, was concise, would provide basic information and allow of link. However,  I had…

Leadership – Lesson #1

cc licensed ( BY ) flickr photo shared by lovequotes.symphonyoflove.net/category/a/albert-schweitzer These past few weeks I’ve been listening to Read to Lead podcast. I came across it as I was looking for something that would help me in my quest to figure out which direction I needed to explore next. Being that I really don’t believe in coincidence,…

Where do you get your reading?

Where do you go for new sources of reading?  Suggestions from other administrators? Other educators? Suggestions from known educational authors? From particular organizations? Do you seek ideas outside these circles? Do you go beyond the “group think”? Read to Lead I’d like to suggest you check out Jeff Brown’s @THEjeffbrown podcast at ReadtoLead.com .  In each episode,…

Why Connect?

I read Justin Tarte’s post – I got in trouble for tweeting at work. As I read through it, I was reminded of my own experience and some of the frustrations that I have heard from others as they encounter resistance from others. First off, being connected in this context does not mean you are…

It’s Overwhelming…..and then some!

Today’s view – yep – overwhelmed! This post is the direct result of these tweets: Earlier in the day,  I read this post by Tom Whitby – Patience for the Unconnected about being connected. All of this reminded me of the tweet I ran across earlier, with a reference to a post from Chris Betcher. It…