Monthly Archives: June 2011

Taking Risks

I am always doing that which I cannot do, in order that I may learn how to do it.  ~Pablo Picasso I’ve been reading and listening to a lot of interviews lately from innovators and “geniuses” of our time. I’ve … Continue reading

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What does your Twitter presence say about you?

Today I’m working on cleaning my Twitter presence.  I’ve been meaning to get who I’m following more in alignment with my Professional Learning needs and try to find people that can give me a unique perspective on technologies used in … Continue reading

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Google @ EDU Seminar Reflections

Today I was at a google for education seminar to hear from Google’s education division and the stories of how UNCGreensboro and Chapel Hill-Carboro City Schools have transitioned. The punchline… it really is as easy and users are as satisfied … Continue reading

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