Tag: Educational Technology

“Give it a second…it’s going to space!” Louis C.K. Here are some thoughts that often run through my head when I get a little frustrated with people complaining about how…

Read More More Mindset Than Skill Set

(This is a copy of a my guest blog post published this week for the World Innovation Summit for Education – WISE, Qatar – on re-designing spaces for learning: http://www.wise-qatar.org/content/stephen-harris-redesigning-spaces-around-collaborative-teaching and…

Read More Re-designing spaces for learning

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

cc licensed ( BY SD ) flickr photo shared by wadem “Directions are instructions given to explain how. Direction is a vision offered to explain why.” Simon Sinek As I…

Read More Still starting with the why

“When the world is flat, you can innovate without having to emigrate” Thomas L. Friedman Last year, I was seconded as the Division Principal of Innovative Teaching and Learning.  As…

Read More Defining Innovation

“How do we get reluctant administrators on board with utilizing technologies to communicate, connect, and collaborate?” This is one of the most prevalent questions I encounter when chatting with educators…

Read More The bar has been raised.

Right now there is a conversation that is going on in #EDChat about the impact that social media has on education.  As many posts in the last little while have…

Read More Game Changer?

In October, I posted an idea here called FedEx Prep: Time For Innovation.  Based on the ideas discussed by Daniel Pink, in his book “Drive“, the idea was to increase…

Read More FedEx Prep: A Reflection

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