- Forward to the past: How technology is bringing back grassroots educational marketing
- The loneliness of the long-distance teacher
- ISTE Leadership Forum: How can we know the dancer from the dance?
- EdNET 2012: Situation critical but not serious
- “The new abnormal” in K-12: Tactics are more important than ever
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Monthly Archives: July 2010
Perhaps one consequence of all the “value of the teacher” buzz lately is increased recognition that professional development is really important. Studies of ed tech have shown technology is essentially worthless without teacher training on how to use and integrate. … Continue reading
Lee Wilson’s “Education Business Blog” just published more of my ruminations on developments at the ISTE conference. Mike Baum – Sophia Consulting LLC
Much buzz at ISTE last week around mobile devices. Apps for iPhones, iPods, iPads. Noises about some states with initiatives to explore, if not fund, putting devices in kids’ hands. Before you dismiss it as “techie daydream” – a recently-released … Continue reading
ISTE 2010 in Denver – the first “NECC” conference under its new name – was brimful of energy and optimism despite fiscal belt-tightening across the country. I’ll publish specific “ahas” in the next few days, here and elsewhere, but one … Continue reading
Musings about the challenges of marketing to K-12 schools – based on 16 years of experience.