Monthly Archives: May 2010

Lessons Learned from an Audience Greater than One

Over the course of the year the Parker Middle School’s Instructional Leadership Team or “ILT” has been leading a push for students (and teachers!) to create for “an audience greater than one.” To culminate the year’s efforts our faculty participated … Continue reading

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Virtual High School Farewell Address

This past week I wrapped up a ten week intensive training course to become a certified Virtual High School (VHS) teacher. The course ran my cohorts and I through weeks of discussion boards through VHS’s new “Distance2Learn” or D2L platform, … Continue reading

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The Educator’s Role in Promoting Cyber-Ethics

On Friday I had the privilege of joining Reading administrators at a “superintendents’ forum” hosted by the University of Massachusetts – Lowell’s Office of School Partnerships. The forum, ultimately more of a presentation, was titled “Cyber-ethics, Cyber-bullying, and Cyber-safey.” Dr. … Continue reading

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