Antwon Lincoln
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  • Chula Vista, CA
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iPads in the classroom...can you see it?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Tyler Blake Chapman Apr 19, 2014. 23 Replies

Acceptable Use Policy: WEB 2.0

Started this discussion. Last reply by Zach Vander Veen May 17, 2010. 3 Replies

Technology Tip Tuesday

Started this discussion. Last reply by Alan Hodson May 29, 2010. 19 Replies


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Chula Vista Elementary School Disrict
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Greetings community! I am a district technology coordinator for a San Diego County school district. I am passion about the use of technology and more passion about leadership. I am the author of the book Confessions of a Technology Leader: Understanding the Job of a Site Technology Leader and the host of podcast under the same title (iTunes).
My chief aim is to be an asset to the education community, as well as learn from other assets in the community. To do that, I have to build my send me an invitation to be your Classroom 2.0 colleague!

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At 10:24am on October 13, 2012, Amelia said…

Hello dear,I'm Amelia by name,I have something very important to discuss with you,please kindly email be back( will be waiting to hear from you soon.Thanks

At 7:37am on March 9, 2012, Jeff Johnson said…

Hi Antwon,
I just read "Navigating Apple's Discount App Program for Educators" and saw a paragraph about your iPad project at Chula Vista. Has your district done anything with mass distribution of iBooks yet? If so, how do you handle VPP codes? The new EULA language spells out that VPP for iBookstore purchases is more restrictive that VPP for apps.

1. You agree to distribute Codes to individuals so that each individual may redeem the Code for an iBookstore Product using their iTunes Store Account. 

2. You agree that you may not use a single Code to sync an iBookstore Product to multiple devices. For the avoidance of doubt, the iBookstore Product may not be used in a library-type lending scenario. 


Jeff Johnson

Glendale, WI

At 10:26pm on April 14, 2010, Drew McAllister said…
welcome to Social Media 101, Antwon! Feel free to look around at the resources in the discussion forums. This a professional development class I lead for teachers from my district. Thanks for dropping by and working with us!
At 10:32pm on September 30, 2009, Dr. Rita Oates said…
Do you have any grade 3-5 Title 1 classrooms? There are a few spots remaining in a grant program for schools to use In2Books, a supplemental reading project that pairs students with adult pen pals.
Check out the articles in The Reading Teacher and Phi Delta Kappan about it. Or read more at:
At 8:19am on March 5, 2009, Steven Katz said…
Antwon, I just added a group that I think you might be interested in, “Educational Technologists.” I am hoping this group can grow and we will be able to support each other and collaborate so that we can better support our colleagues.
At 7:56pm on February 2, 2009, Scott Meech said…
I look forward to following your work more closely... great stuff...
At 6:18pm on January 11, 2009, Eric Sailers said…
Thanks for the compliment regarding my video! I just shared it with my district last week, so we're not quite to the point of using the Wiimote whiteboard district-wide. I'd like to see that eventually. For now, I've had at least a few educators (throughout the district) who are going to use it. I plan on working specifically with a couple of them to pilot the whiteboard.

Feel free to contact me at We can talk more about implementing the Wiimote whiteboards in classrooms.
At 5:08pm on January 11, 2009, Johnathan Chase said…
Thank you very much Antwon. Presentations in Northeast, primarily in New York but hopefully will expand over time.

Will keep you updated on our progress.

At 12:21pm on January 11, 2009, Cindy Seibel said…
Hi Antwon. Thanks for making the connection. I'm interested in reading your book and have subscribed to your podcast.
I'm in the unusual position of being the district tech leader as an IT professional (my background) but also having some background in learning and now completing my M.Ed. I truly feel I live on both sides, and most times on top, of the proverbial IT/Teacher fence.
You can check out my post Teachers talking to IT, and IT talking to teachers where I'd love additional input to make it a useful tool.
Also, can you announce when your website will be complete - there's a few links that I'm sure will include more useful material.
At 4:45pm on January 5, 2009, Kelley Inden said…
Thanks, Antwon, for the encouragement. Hopefully I will be able to encourage others and be a help to others soon. Cheers!

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Social Network Sites For Middle School Students Should be Banned...Really!

Posted on April 30, 2010 at 5:20pm 1 Comment

Greetings Community,

I am begining to understand this Web 2.0 world (Finally!). I read various blogs discussing the marits of this new

world in education. Love the buzz in the Classroom 2.0 site. I am

shifting to see educational benifits beyond the Web 2.0 hype

(Sorry...some of it is hype). Part of my challenge is I work in an

elementary setting. K-6 students online is a very touchy subject in my

district. We are still embracing Web 1.0.

I stumbled… Continue


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