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Reform Symposium 29-31 July 2011

Added by Chris Smith (Shamblesguru) on July 28, 2011 at 4:17am — No Comments

QR Codes : Online Presentation at Reform Symposium Conf. 30 July #RSCON3

Next Saturday I'm doing a presentation about QR Codes in T&L at the free online conference the Reform Symposium ... 



My session is midnight Thailand time ... but much more sensible if you are in Europe or the Americas ... it is 10:00am California time and 6:00pm in London



The online Reform Symposium is taking place using the webinar platform ...…

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Added by Chris Smith (Shamblesguru) on July 23, 2011 at 1:39am — No Comments

Steps Toward Innovation and "Reform" Require Homework and Participation!

Greetings, fellow ToFers.


As a recently emigrated independent school educator, I sometimes feel like a wolf in the henhouse here. I'm pleased to be in such good company, though, and honored to stay in touch with independent school educators who aren't afraid to step out and make a difference.


As I reflect on my message this morning, I'm knee-deep in crafting a solution that will bring online learning and teaching options to a school district of…
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Added by Scott Merrick on November 5, 2010 at 6:30am — No Comments

The Challenge of Change; A Symbiotic Relationship

Back in August 2008, as we began the new school year, I gave a short presentation to our faculty and staff on the challenge of change. The reason for the presentation was during that summer we rolled out a new website and a new campus wide database in one fell swoop.



Going in I knew there would be many challenges associated with such wholesale change on a school campus. Perhaps, however, being the ever optimist that I am, I did not foresee how greatly challenge and change were… Continue

Added by Jason Ramsden on January 29, 2009 at 6:00pm — No Comments

"...when imagination is joined to common purpose"

Regardless of your political beliefs nary a fellow could argue that President Obama penned what could be considered the seven most critical words spoken during his inaugural address.



Why those seven words? For me, those seven words are the key to economic reform in this country. They are the key to political reform in this country. But more critical than any other they are the key to education reform in this country.



We, and by we I mean any administrator, faculty member… Continue

Added by Jason Ramsden on January 20, 2009 at 6:30pm — No Comments

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