Author: Eric Sheninger

The world today is changing at a fast pace. We are seeing advances in technology at a frenetic rate, which is having a powerful impact on our learners. It is…

Read More Uncommon Learning

I am very excited about my upcoming book titled “Digital Leadership: Changing Paradigms for Changing Times” which will be published by Corwin Press. The entire book looks at leadership through…

Read More Leadership in the Digital Age

Cross-posted at A Principal’s Reflections. New Milford High School proudly joined 37 states, 15,000 teachers, and cialis cheap over 2 million students on February 1 for the inaugural Digital Learning…

Read More A Commitment to Digital Learning

As educators we routinely wonder whether or not the advice that we impart on our students actually has had a positive impact.  Sometimes were are given direct feedback, but other…

Read More Profound Impact

The other day I was fortunate to attend a training session on the new Chromebook at Google’s New York City offices.  The Chromebook itself turned about to be an intriguing device…

Read More Re-Thinking School Design

Cross-posted at Edutopia. School leaders across the country are meticulously planning for the upcoming year.  This process has become more difficult as mounting challenges such as budget cuts and what seems…

Read More How Will You Lead This Year?

Cross-posted at the Huffington Post: Effective Leadership in the Age of Reform. School improvement efforts rely heavily on quality leadership.   Educational leaders are tasked with establishing a collective vision for school improvement…

Read More Qualities of Effective Principals

As the summer break quickly approaches in the Northeast I have come across various articles focusing on summer learning loss and the negative impact that time off has on students.…

Read More Combating the Summer Slide

Cross-posted at the Huffington Post. A few weeks ago I was fortunate to have the NJ School Boards Association (NJSBA) visit to produce a live event pay someone to do your assignment…

Read More Small Changes, Huge Results

A slightly altered version of this post entitled “The Social Media Time Debate” can be found at the Huffington Post There has been a great deal of discussion lately as…

Read More The Social Media Conundrum

Recently one of my math teachers experienced a personal tragedy, which resulted in her missing over a week and a half of school.  A day or two later after this…

Read More Above and Beyond

In late December I was contacted by Dwight Carter, the Principal of Gahanna Lincoln High School in Ohio. He wanted to pick my brain about technology integration strategies that I…

Read More Empowering Students

Upon becoming Principal of New Milford High School in June of 2007 I made it one of my primary goals to work hard at sharing with my stakeholders all of…

Read More Public Relations Matters

I have been engaged recently in numerous conversations regarding teacher effectiveness, motivation, peer mentoring, and pride in student achievement.  As many professional educators I can come up with a variety…

Read More Change Comes from Within

Over the past couple of days I have been preparing a presentation for K-12 Principals entitled “Harnessing the Power of Educational Technology”.  I must say that I have been quite…

Read More Reflecting Cannot be Overstated

On a crisp, sunny Saturday morning in October, approximately 400 passionate educators congregated at New Milford High School for the Tri-State Educational Technology Conference (TSETC).  The brainchild of Schoology and…

Read More We Decided Not to Wait For Superman

For most of the summer I have been working on a book with Bill Ferriter and Jason Ramsden entitled Essentials for Principals: Social Media.  The book will be published by…

Read More Personal Learning Networks 101