Monthly Archives: August 2009

Day 1: 2009-2010

The school year officially started today for Reading Public Schools (even though many teachers cars could be found in the parking lots last week!) During acting superintendent, Dr. John Doherty’s keynote presentation a YouTube video of sixth-grader, Dalton Sherman of … Continue reading

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Google Apps and Facebook – Freebies for Educators!

I recently received an e-mail from a colleague in Pennsylvania, asking to know more about the free applications I had mentioned on my twitter feed. I was happy to assist, and realized as my e-mail grew and grew that this … Continue reading

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"Why Right-Brainers Will Rule the Future" – Story

This past April our school hosted a Spotlight School Symposium where teachers and administrators from across the nation came together to see first-hand our school’s efforts to integrate technology and 21st century skills in to the curriculum. All doors were … Continue reading

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"Why Right-Brainers Will Rule the Future" – Design

Over the past week I have turned my attention to Daniel Pink‘s “A Whole New Mind: Why Right-Brainers Will Rule the World.” A more quickly paced read than “The World is Flat 3.0,” the second chapter titled, “Abundance, Asia, and … Continue reading

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