The Conected Principals Panel at ISTE – via http://www.flickr.com/photos/tonybaldasaro/
Reflecting on our great panel discussion at ISTE 2011, I am overwhelmed by the number of great questions that were asked on #cpchatq during the panel. Because of the phenomenal list of questions, we have decided to do a series of posts highlighting these questions.
Our first question is this – At what point is it acceptable for administrators not to use social media and other web 2.0 tools to connect, communicate, create, and learn?
In saying this, I am sure we have all heard people talk about how it is not about the technology in education and that technology is just a tool. While I agree wholeheartedly with this concept, I am left to wonder when failure to use the most modern tools becomes a problem. I know that we would be in trouble if the medical profession operated this way.
We look forward to your responses!