As digital learning and leading evolves from its formative years, it will be up to it's supporters to solve it's problems.
In this post I will share what is contributed and what is consumed in learning communities and provide an annotated list of my current and past learning communities
As I gain knowledge and experience leading organizational change, I will look to become more efficient and effective in leading organizational changes.
Margaret Heffernan on Leadership As we move further into the 21st Century we are increasing our dependency on technology and continuing to reshape how work gets done through collaborative projects. It becomes clear our productivity depends on our ability to operate state of the art technology and navigate the human element of collaboration. In 'Margaret Heffernan: Why … Continue reading Characteristics of the Most Productive Groups
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Well it has been nearly 3 weeks since I began my ePortfolio and wanted to give a quick update on the process of creating it. Overall, the process has been very frustrating. Switching from using Weebly's easy drag and drop design to WordPress' confusing sidebar options has been the most difficult and time consuming process. In Weebly I … Continue reading Getting Started in WordPress
My name is Justin E. Clark and I have been described as driven, professional, intelligent, and creative. I began a career in education as a way to give back to the community after being inspired by virtuous teachers in my teenage years. I never realized the path I was heading down would take me to work … Continue reading About the Author
When I started teaching I was lucky enough to have a great mentor who showed me the value of having a classroom website. Now I couldn't imagine having a classroom without it. I have two classroom websites to my name now, one for 8th grade US History and one for 9th grade World Geography, both are … Continue reading Why Every Teacher Should Have a Classroom Website and How To Use It
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