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Comments (23)

Jeff Miller said

at 8:32 am on Jan 2, 2009

Looking to start a mentoring program for males grades 5-8, who are on free and reduced lunch. So many of these students missing that key positive male role model in their life. Changing the world one relationship at a time.... anyone know of any model programs?.... funding sources?

Adam DeWitt said

at 8:14 am on Jan 5, 2009

I'm focusing on building relationships with some challenging students. I will be meeting with them after school for one hour per week to play wii. This is not academic, obviously. However, my goal is to build solid relationships. The only funding needed was for the cost of the wii an that was donated. It will, most likely, be more difficult to attain a wii than pay for one.

dilip vasu said

at 10:56 am on Sep 16, 2009

GREAT TO BE IN THE FORUM ALONG WITH ALL THE PRINCIPALS

Gabe Simon said

at 3:01 am on Feb 19, 2009

I started a college readiness academy for 5th graders. They made dreamboards about their future and we used a Get Ready for College free curriculum. Here is the link:
http://www.getreadyforcollege.org/pdfGR/GreatCollegeMystery.pdf

Pechukinator said

at 11:18 am on Mar 24, 2009

I'm a middle school principal. Looking for info on how and if you let your students use cell phones in classes. We don't allow it right now, but I think we should be. Your thoughts?

Brian Wegley said

at 11:49 am on May 30, 2009

I am a high school principal and I do believe that cell phones will be in classrooms (they are now...they are just hidden)...we can and should leverage these. I have begun introducing this idea to my faculty and parents. To my surprise, my faculty is completely on board and my parents have serious reservations. We need to demonstrate educational applications and intelligent use and that will fall away.

terri.robertson said

at 6:37 pm on Oct 23, 2009

They cause us SO many problems, and I see no need for them at school. Our policy allows students to have them but use them. Too much cheating, inappropriate picture-taking, etc.

Chad Wise said

at 12:34 am on Nov 29, 2009

We started using them about a month ago...KIDS LOVE IT!! So engaged, on-time, and very active. Some staff will never use it, but those who do will become all-stars to your kids! Check our www.polleverywhere.com for free graphs, charts, etc...then use cell phones as CPS-clickers. Great formative assessments!

harry grzelewski said

at 12:26 pm on Mar 24, 2009

here is an old link i saved which has some good ideas
http://teachingtechnology.suite101.com/article.cfm/fair_cell_phone_use_in_schools

here is a more recent one that talks about uses in math class
http://ping.fm/ovGdm

and this one is excellent
http://www.edweek.org/dd/articles/2009/01/09/04mobile.h02.html

hope that helps

Brian Wegley said

at 12:21 pm on May 30, 2009

Thank you for these sources Harry. I will definitely use these over the summer as I work on a parent education program on the value of cell phones in education (among other things we will share). Our district will likely open the use of these up within a year, but I have found the need to really lay the foundation with their use within my building and the need to communicate these advantages to my parents...which will be ongoing. Thank you again and please share others as you find them.

Lisa Nicewaner said

at 12:52 pm on Mar 24, 2009

How exciting that a principal sees the educational value of cell phones. I am trying to convince my principal but no luck yet.

Ed Allen said

at 1:03 pm on Mar 24, 2009

I am a high school assistant principal and I see the benefits. We currently do not permit cell phones, but we know that almost all of our kids have them. There can be so many good uses of them in the classroom and we would also have the ability to teach appropriate use of mobile technology.

Barbara Lindsey said

at 9:36 am on Mar 26, 2009

A terrific resource on cell phone in education is Liz Kolb's blog: From Toy to Tool: Cell Phones in Learning: http://www.cellphonesinlearning.com/ as well as her recently published book, which you can find on her blog.

Barbara McCormick said

at 8:56 pm on Apr 8, 2009

I am new to the wiki process, any pointers the audience can provide are appreciated. Busy reading Mapping the Big Picture by Hayes-Jacobs and UbD by Wiggins & McTighe. Lots of ground to cover!

Chris White said

at 9:39 am on May 6, 2009

Have your faculty use PollEverywhere http://www.polleverywhere.com/ or http://polldaddy.com/ follow me on twitter whitechrisf1

Brian Wegley said

at 11:52 am on May 30, 2009

My leadership team reads a book that we disccuss after each summer. We have read several including A Whole New Mind, Good to Great and The Daily Disciplines of Leadership. I am considering a few for this summer, but I wonder if anyone has suggestions for great books. I am looking for a book that will reinforce systematic curriculum work we are doing with the College Readiness Standards (from ACT) and continue our work with literacy (which includes effective implementation and application of technology). Ideas?

roloffson said

at 12:15 pm on Nov 9, 2009

Not using the Illinois Learning Standards with your core subject areas?

Brian Wegley said

at 12:14 pm on May 30, 2009

Another book I am reading and considering is Grown Up Digital by Don Tapscott which is an optimistic look at the Net Generation. Anyone read this book or have other recommendations?

J.P. Luna said

at 8:52 pm on Aug 27, 2009

I am a principal of a Disciplinary Alternative Education Program in Bryan, Texas, and also of the Juvenile Detention Center in Brazos county. I am looking for other administrators at other similar programs.

Chad Wise said

at 12:40 am on Nov 29, 2009

I am a MS Principal in Ohio trying to get more staff to utilize more tech. (cells, ipods, etc...) into their instruction. I know some staff will never be on board, but does anyone have suggestions on how to win this battle?

Shirley DeCorte said

at 10:03 am on Feb 27, 2010

One of my third grade classroom teachers wants to have a class to skype/penpals from Japan. Anyone know how to go about finding a class in Japan that would be interested in doing this?

Jerry Blumengarten said

at 3:35 pm on Mar 28, 2010

I have a page of links for Administrators on my website: http://cybraryman.com/administrators.html

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