How Has Educational Technology Changed the Way we Learn? – JoomlaLMS Blog

How Has Educational Technology Changed the Way we Learn? – JoomlaLMS Blog

How Has Educational Technology Changed the Way we Learn? I had the honor of being interviewed on Educational Technology by JoomaLMS as part of their Expert Interview Series.  We talked about the impacts of technology on the ways students learn and how teachers teach. I found the questions to be quite thought provoking…I hope you find the same of my answers. To view the full […]

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The Three Key Elements of EdTech Success in International Schools

The Three Key Elements of EdTech Success in International Schools

If you search the Internet, you’ll innumerable articles about factors for success in Educational Technology programs. These are contextualized for school districts, Ministry of Education schools, and private schools serving local populations. They often talk about about funding and environmental conditions or buy-in and visioning. I would suggest that as you look into developing your EdTech programs in international schools you investigate these resources. There […]

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AnakAnakDigital (Kids and Technology) on MetroTV News Indonesia

AnakAnakDigital (Kids and Technology) on MetroTV News Indonesia

Anak Anak Digital on MetroTV News Indonesia MetroTV News in Indonesia (similar to CNN) has a weekly program call 360 (like 60 minutes) where they investigate various topics in Jakarta and around Indonesia. In this segment, they look at the use of technology by students for learning. They visited a local Indonesian school and my school, the British School of Jakarta. They used our school […]

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Technology in Schools Offers Potential Not Promise

Technology in Schools Offers Potential Not Promise

I have been working in the Educational Technology field for around 15 years now. I have worked with schools, organizations, and Ministries/Departments of Education on 5 continents. In all the jobs I have had and the schools with whom I have worked, I have refused to promise impact when we talk about EdTech. Never do I guarantee improved test scores or increase learning aptitude. What […]

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International EdTech: Diverse Cultures, Common Discourse

International EdTech: Diverse Cultures, Common Discourse

So, I had meant to write this post a week ago when I returned from Redmond, WA, USA after the Microsoft Educator Exchange (E2) conference, but some personal commitments got in the way. Apologies for the delay. For those who don’t know, the E2 conference was a collection of Microsoft Innovative Educator Experts (MIEs) who came together on the Microsoft mothership campus in Redmond, WA […]

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