Spread the loveSchool administrators have a lot on their plates each day. These officials are often responsible for selecting edtech and setting procedures for implementing technology throughout the school. However, some administrators are still guilty of making common mistakes with their own technology.
Skills define us. They are what make us useful and productive. They are the foundation of our achievements. On our death bed, it is our s…
From a drafting board to Autocad, from a legal pad to a tablet, from eight-track tapes to downloads, my 40-year career spanned the information age from beginning to end. As monumental as those changes have been, my granddaughter may see an order of magnitude more change in her life.
In our article 7 steps to knowledge management success we looked at how to turn knowledge into action to make it real but what does good knowledge management look like? To answer this question, once again, I called on Paul Whiffen and his two decades of experience in KM to explain.
In 2011, Marc Andreessen famously proclaimed that ” Software is eating the world.” Today, I cannot think of a single industry where technology and software, in particular, are not heavily used. In fact, in terms of leveraging licensed or cloud software, or even building their own, companies typically have a plethora of choices when it comes making their businesses automated and digitized.
In the opening scene of Blade Runner 2049, a flying craft navigates California over an endless expanse of solar farms and tessellated plastic fields on its way to a desolate farmstead. Watching it, I was struck by the dazzling futuristic spectacle, but also surprised to see the countryside at all in a science-fiction film.
Sometimes the details former students recall from class is nothing short of amazing. A few years ago I had a student named Abby in my history class, who had always been in self-contained special education classrooms. Her teacher wanted her in my class for socialization purposes, and she did well.