Tag: Eric Sheninger

Eric Sheninger tweeted this out recently: Kids aren’t distracted because of devices. They are distracted because of the task, lack of relevance, and no real accountability. — Eric Sheninger (@E_Sheninger) February 28, 2018 When you have a moment, read the comments back and forth on the tweet. The most important aspect of what he tweeted … [Read more…]

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If you clicked on this blog post because of the title hoping I would provide answers, I am about to disappoint you.  I think I have more questions than answers after so many thoughts being shared on Twitter.  I am blogging to learn here, not to necessarily share learning. Bare with me. After reading a … [Read more…]

Read More Do the “basics” change over time?

Red tape. Does your job create it or get rid of it? More importantly, do you create it for others in your job, or do you help get rid of it for those you serve? Teaching is an insanely tough profession, and to be successful, people in positions that support educators (administrators, support staff, anyone in … [Read more…]

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It has been almost one week since I spoke at #Edscape in New Jersey, and it was a tremendous honour to have that opportunity.  Not only because I was able…

Read More Learning From Eric Sheninger

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

“The question isn’t whether you will be transparent, authentic, and real, but rather, how much you will let go and be open in the face of new technologies.” Charlene Li,…

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