All Blog Posts Tagged 'planning' (8)

This is a graphic created by an intern who worked with me a few years ago. You can see links to this and other projects interns have done if you visit here and here. This page is from a German media …

This is a graphic created by an intern who worked with me a few years ago. You can see links to this and other projects interns have done if you visit here and here.



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Added by Daniel Bassill on June 8, 2012 at 12:36pm — No Comments

"T - 3": Zooming in and Zooming Out of Teacher Meetings

Students arrive in three working days.



The only thing I want to do is work in my classroom. But there are meetings. Obligatory attendance. Would admin know if I skipped?



I admit these feelings as a trained administrator, knowing the importance of the pre-service meetings. If I were to write objectives for the meetings we have had, they would be as follows:



  • Build a positive school-wide and divisional culture
  • Inform both veteran and incoming…
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Added by Janet Abercrombie on August 26, 2011 at 6:02pm — No Comments

Essential Components of a Freshman Transition Program - Part 2 - Making Time for Teams to Meet

This was originally on The Freshman Transition Network.

This series of posts on the essential components of a Freshman Transition Program is based on ideas found in The Ninth Grade Opportunity: Transforming Schools from the Bottom Up by Scott Habeeb,…
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Added by Scott Habeeb on October 28, 2010 at 1:35pm — No Comments

New tool for planning

I am currently preparing a new module for a course. I have previously used spreadsheets and word processors. This year I have come across CompendiumLD and I am finding it is useful in organising ideas and supporting files. If you like working with maps rather than paragraphs then try it out. http://compendiumld.open.ac.uk/ It has some useful templates for providing a bit of structure to the planning process. It allows files from other programs,… Continue

Added by Chris Kirkland on July 13, 2010 at 4:33pm — No Comments

DIY Lifecycle Planning

Ernie Adams (no relation to Ernie Bailey) as Toothpick Charlie (purveyor of another type of "lifecycle business"), from BRENDA STARR, REPORTER (Columbia, 1945)... click here to read intro at AV-1.insider



It starts like this:



There was a monastery in Greece that was built on top of a very steep precipice. The only access was by a basket on a long rope, pulled by a monk on top. A visitor riding up to the top looked at the aged rope and asked his host how often the rope was replaced. The monk thought a moment…
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Added by Joe Schuch on March 9, 2010 at 7:04am — No Comments

School Technology Discussion

My school was assigned a new principal this year. He and I have chatted several times about what technology is in the building. He came from a technology rich high school. As he has walked our building, he has been surprised at the lack of technology many classrooms.



I was tasked to provide my principal with ideas on what technologies we should add at our building. Currently, there are two classrooms that are very technology rich. Many classrooms do not have more than a teacher… Continue

Added by Glen Westbroek on August 26, 2009 at 4:00pm — No Comments

Disaster Planning and the Role of Technology

Last October, I contacted some friends in San Diego to find out how they were doing when the wild fires raged through the county. I learned that technology played a key role in the school district's ability to communicate with families and continue learning despite a county-wide evacuation.



I got to thinking about what role technology plays when the unexpected happens. I came up with 10 lessons learned in speaking with Bob Gravina of Poway… Continue

Added by Karen Henke on March 20, 2008 at 11:18am — No Comments

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