Posts Tagged “communication”

A message from your Instructional Technologist: I believe in you

By | March 9, 2011


Lately, I’ve noticed that lots of questions I get from teachers start something like this: “I hate to bother you….” or “This is probably a stupid question1, but….” Said in a tone that implies that teachers shouldn’t have to ask. That by looking for someone to help, they’ve somehow shown an unacceptable weakness. That the […]

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Digital Leadership

By | March 31, 2010

I’m thinking a lot lately about leadership, partly because of the work I’m doing to help pull together the TIE+ISTE Leadership Bootcamp, but also because we’re working to develop leadership capacity on many levels in our district. And what I’m thinking about is the fact that good leadership is as much about communicating as it […]

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