Upcoming Appearances & Events
May 22, 2013: Merrimack Valley Sandbox Education Innovation Challenge, Lawrence, MA
June 1, 2013: edcampxEDU, Burlington, MA
October, 2013: Computer-Human Interaction Forum of Oregon, Portland, Oregon (chifoo.org)
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Tag Archives: United States
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Today I had another post planned. But anything else that I could have written about seems so trivial now. I’m sure none of us could have imagined the horror of what happened at Sandy Hook Elementary school in Newtown, CT … Continue reading
Sandra Day O’Connor was the first woman Supreme Court Justice here in the U.S. She was appointed to the bench by President Ronald Reagan in 1981 and she retired from the bench in 2006. Justice O’Connor’s appointment to the bench … Continue reading
Yesterday I wrote about the RNC Education Platform this year, so today I’m writing about the DNC 2012 Education Platform. The DNC platform is written a bit differently, with a combination of accomplishments, policies to be continued in a second … Continue reading
The silly season of politics is upon us. In an effort to do my part, I am going to endeavor, here, to provide an overview of the two parties’ education platforms. My disclaimer is that I am digging through … Continue reading
Ever wondered about this? I don’t know what got me thinking about it, really, but I started wondering about technology in Department of Defense schools. Maybe it’s because it’s Labor Day weekend and I always associate Labor Day with … Continue reading
A few days ago, a friend of mine, Matt Welch, wrote something on his blog that totally blew my mind. There’s been so much conversation lately, on this blog and others, debating the use and value of intrinsic and extrinsic … Continue reading
I had a whole other post planned for today, but it got bumped because yesterday I, like many of you, read the strangest op/ed piece that I think I’ve ever read in the NY Times. And that’s saying something. In … Continue reading
This week I had the pleasure of visiting the International Community School in Bangkok, Thailand. ICS offers American college preparatory curriculum to the international community in Bangkok.