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Monthly Archive for October, 2007

Surfing the web, one can’t help but notice how huge it really is. One of the results of its size is that there are a multitude of discussions and debates about which program is best, which online resource is more reputable and/or user friendly than the other, what kinds of threats exist with the sharing […]

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I am fortunate to teach in a phenomenal school. One colleague has remarked that we are ‘nitwit free’; something I think is true and shockingly rare. My own children will attend my school because I believe strongly in the high level of instruction there. Our administration supports the staff completely, listens to us, and is […]

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Mutlimedia Cart Roll-out

I am participating in a Multimedia Cart Roll-out in my district. At this point the program is focused on getting elementary school teachers to use technology tools in their lessons. The Multimedia cart consists of a lightweight metal cart equipped with a MacBook, and an LCD projector. So, what does this offer that we don’t […]

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My name is Larry Ferlazzo, and I am a Luddite. Well, maybe not quite a “smash the machine” kind of Luddite.  But, coming from spending nineteen years as a community organizer and seeing that face-to-face relationships are the real glue that can genuinely bind diverse people together in struggles for social change,  I am very […]

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Your Qualifications Please?

Recently there have been some back and forths between various edubloggers (in some cases, one is tempted to say “so called” edubloggers, but I digress). One spitting contest (that really is a better metaphor for the particular exchange I’m referring to), led to a back channel chat among some of us. The discussion centered on […]

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