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Jennie Snyder

Building the Culture of an Empowered Mindset Towards Technology Innovation | The Princi... - 23 views

  • In this work, I have realized how truly important the role of principal is in building, not only in creating a positive culture, but an innovative one.  
  • Often times, as the principal goes, so does the culture of the school.
  • It is unlikely for an entire school to be “pushing the edge” if the principal or administrative team is not helping to pave the way for their community as they learn alongside of them.
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  • o create a visual that discusses the correlation of the school mindset on technology innovation in learning, and the alignment it has with administrator support, professional development, and the corresponding hardware/infrastructure within the school/classroom.  
Jennie Snyder

Change Depends on Something More than Shiny iGadgets [SLIDE] | The Tempered Radical - 24 views

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    Another important reminder that vision is more important than simply purchasing new devices. Great post by Bill Ferriter.
Stephane Crete

the positive edtech contaminator | Inner conversations about education, technology and ... - 1 views

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    Why PD throughtPNL's is essential
Jennie Snyder

Are You Behind? - 83 views

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    The 21st Century is now. David Jakes on getting with the times and creating the kinds of digital learning spaces our students need and deserve. 
Jennie Snyder

The Six Factors of Sticky - 108 views

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    David Jakes on the key factors to consider when developing strategic use of technology.
Ms. Rowley

"It's Not Going Away" | open thinking - 71 views

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    Post from Open Thinking by Alex Couros By putting on blinders or say that technology and social media are "out there" do we do our students a disservice by not teaching them how to navigate or take hold of their own media persona 
BalancEd Tech

February 22, 2011 : The Daily Papert - 50 views

  • incremental change, if you’ve looked at any system, has a particular way of breeding immune reactions and resistance to further change. If you bring in a little bit of change people adapt to it and then it gets professionalized.
BalancEd Tech

February 15, 2011 : The Daily Papert - 22 views

  • past, well what else would you do with the computer except put it in there? But why is there no discussion about whether school could be very different, and how different it could be?
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  • But why is there no discussion about whether school could be very different, and how different it could be?
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  • And so it is oxymoronic — not to mention just plain moronic — to think that the role of the computer should be to get in there and improve a system which exists as a result of the technological limitations of a previous epoch.”
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