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5 Critical Questions for the Innovative Educator

Technology is a crucial part of what is happening in the classroom, and whenever a new hardware or software comes out, educators are thinking, “How could we use this in the classroom?” Although we should have different ways and options … Continue reading

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3 Ways to Speed Up Education Technology Policy Changes

Education technology policy may not change at the speed of light. But it can change faster if policymakers work through regulatory options, act on data and keep abreast of what’s going on with technology. That said, making changes faster doesn’t … Continue reading

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The Paradox of Right the First Time: Transform Assessment Practices to Reflect Growth

Those of us experimenting with how we accurately measure student skills and abilities hit a wonderful fork in the road the first time we experience the unintended consequences of change. The story goes something like this. A cool Friday morning … Continue reading

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12 Disruptive Technologies that are Transforming the World

Exactly what technologies and trends will change our lives are hard to predict. Few people understood just how powerful the Internet would be, dismantling entire industries and creating millions of jobs. McKinsey’s Global Institute discusses this in its latest report, … Continue reading

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Leadership in a Competency-Based System

posted May 18, 2013 by Bill Zima on CompetencyWorks At what point did leading a school through a continuous improvement process become so confusing? In my educational leadership classes, I spent a great deal of time focusing on what leadership … Continue reading

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