2019 ISTE LEADERSHIP SUMMIT Provocateur 2019 ISTE LEADERSHIP SUMMIT Provocateur — Read on makingmakersinedu.com/2019/02/28/2019-iste-leadership-summit-provocateur/Read more "GUEST POST VIA @tr_bo : 2019 ISTE LEADERSHIP SUMMIT Provocateur"
21 Reasons Your Content Should Be Great After FlBlogCon William Jackson #MyQuestToTeach FlBlogCon Education Speaker 2014 Being great on Social Media is not a thing of chance, it is the ability to be comfortable in your digital life as a content creator, digital innovator, thought leader, graphic artist, […]Read more "Guest Post via @wmjackson: 21 Reasons Your Content Should Be Great After FlBlogCon"
I try to stay fairly active in sharing information, and it is interesting that from time to time I get asked why. Why Tweet, post on Facebook, podcast, or blog? I typically answer with something about expanding my PLN and putting information out on the Interwebs to the edu community. But that is a clunky and […]Read more "Guest Post via @Clarksroom: Context & Contacts"
In January 2017 while we were bombarded with daily news of negative imagery across our country I attended a full day MakeyMakey certification training that restored my positive outlook. During this training Tom Heck from MakeyMakey he shared a concept that I latched onto and have not stopped since. He saw an opportunity for using MakeyMakey in special ed classrooms serving […]Read more "Guest Post via @tr_bo: The Power of Partnerships: Part Three"
I am a strong proponent of empowering staff. There are many low-cost opportunities to do just that. Let me focus on staff meetings. Often as leaders, we believe we have to guide the experience in the conversation by presenting a robust agenda, interactive experiences, and opportunities for conversation. I often try to challenge myself to […]Read more "Guest Post via @tr_bo: Leaders- Step Aside"
Some of the most meaningful partnerships will take years to fully be realized. In my first year as the Chief Technology Officer in Dublin Unified, I had the opportunity to work alongside the Director of Facilities Kim McNeely. In our first introductory meeting, we immediately hit it off as we discovered that we were approaching […]Read more "Guest Post via @tr_bo: The Power of Partnerships: Part Four"
I have been a district administrator for more than 14 years. In four different districts, I have been a part of systems change efforts with a variety of teams and skill levels. Every district, just like every school site, has its own unique culture. From office staff to kitchen staff, noon duty supervisors, bus drivers, […]Read more "Guest Post via @tr_bo: What’s Your Intention?"
My daughters and I ended up at home on Friday night without my wife and we decided to have a lazy night and watch some TV. I quickly let them know that I was picking what we watch because I couldn’t stand another episode of Jesse or Teen Titans Go. So, I fired up Netflix […]Read more "Guest Post via @clarksroom: Lessons from Newsies"
Two books have impacted my journey as an education more so than all the books I have read as they were the backbone of my philosophy of being an administrator. When I became a Vice Principal almost 5 years ago, I received copies of How Full is Your Bucket? By Tom Rath [@TomCRath] and What Great Principals Do […]Read more "Guest Post via @ClarksRoom: Reservoir or River"
Within the last year, Sprint has had commercials on with the old, “can you hear me now,” Verizon guy saying he has switched to Sprint because they are within 1% of reliability and like half the cost. ***Note – I recently switched from Sprint to Verizon. This post is in no way saying you should switch! […]Read more "Guest Post via @clarksroom: Can You Hear Me Now…Be a 1-percenter"