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Integration, implementation, initiative…infusion.   I’ve worked with many school districts who were moving to a 1:1 environment.  Most of the time, they call it a technology integration- something teachers weave into their existing practice. Sometimes they call it an implementation- seen by teachers as one more thing to do. And sometimes it’s described more as

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I hope all educators would agree on the importance of formative assessment.  What we might disagree on is the method for assessing.  Maybe you have your “quizzes” all made up from previous years.  Maybe your district requires everyone to administer the same assessments.  Or maybe, you are always looking for new (and engaging) ways to

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I have spent a lot of time thinking about this particular topic today and kept coming up blank.  What I have thought of, however, is an extremely common technology practice that I don’t agree with.  All over the place, it’s the high schools that get the latest technology.  Their old devices get pushed down to

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