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NCVPS just presented yesterday at the NACOL VSS conference using Second Life as the presentation tool. One of our presenters (CEO Bryan Setser) was not physically present in Arizona, but was still able to present live through Second Life. Others were invited to joined and do a back channel chat while the presentation went on.
Toggle Commented Oct 28, 2008 on Second Life? at LeaderTalk
Thanks Michael. I agree - today I met with a principal who wants to focus on Excel next year with his faculty. I tried to argue for using Google Spreadsheets instead and got a blank stare. Lots of work to do still.
Toggle Commented Apr 29, 2008 on Front Office Blues at LeaderTalk
How many children are born to unwed fathers?
Toggle Commented Mar 26, 2008 on What about the children? at LeaderTalk
It is done through ConnectEd
Toggle Commented Mar 26, 2008 on Watching Leaders Evolve at LeaderTalk
If you are getting nowhere with the "tech guy (or gal)" try meeting with one of the central office instructional services leaders. Or send them the link to this blog entry :)
This is a fabulous explanation of the wonderful ways educators can interweave these many online resources to enhance their work and the work of their students. Thanks for your thinking on this!
Congrats on the new position Joe!
Toggle Commented Aug 29, 2007 on From Central Office to School Admin at LeaderTalk
Can you send me a copy of the survey you used?
Toggle Commented Jul 27, 2007 on Leadership in Times of Change at LeaderTalk
What wiki product are you using for this. Looks very impressive.
Toggle Commented Jul 27, 2007 on Organize Yourself with a Wiki at LeaderTalk
As a fairly new parent, I have been thinking about this exact question as it relates to what my 18 month old will need to be able to do in 20 years. You are right that learning the process is more important than learning the product - and even more important, being able to communicate the process to someone else!