The Technology Directors Guide to Leadership: Post 1

As I continue to grow in my own understanding of the Role of a Technology Director, I increasingly turn to those books and resources (from organizations that I trust) about the topic. This Quarter, I have decided to examine¬†The Technology Director’s Guide to Leadership by Don Hall. This reading is in the middle of several other books including: City of Bones, The Best Students in the World, and Reality is Broken. Hopefully I do not stray too much as I read this book. Don Hall is a Technology Director! He works primarily with large districts and has been a leadership scholar for many...

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Student Engagement

It is here, the University of Delaware Student Engagement Conference! I am very excited to be invited to present at this conference and I am even more excited to be presenting and debating with Dr. Duncan from the University of Colorado. As I progress through the day, I will periodically update this post to show what is going on at the conference. Follow along with me and my view into what Dr. Duncan is presenting. 9:00am EST: Doug Duncan Great presentation! His slides about the effectiveness of PowerPoint are very conducive to discussion among the...

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Consulting/Designing

It is always amazing to me how quickly things change. Over the past week or so, I have been offered two different web-design jobs by people I work with. It is really flattering. The first is for a company known as the4aspects.com. They are looking for a website upgrade with some wiki functionality and the full functionality of WPMU. Thank the gods that I am a member. They are going to purchase a template that they want to start out as a base, and then I will come in after that selection to ensure that the site has all of the correct functionality. Secondly, I was contacted by Manny Agripino...

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