Quotes On Education

This post is part of an ongoing series of post related to the process of writing a book about educational technology. Learn more about the book here. During the process of writing this book, I have come across a number of quotes about education. I plan to have a quote at the start of each… Read more Quotes On Education

School Committee CYOD Introduction

This post is part of an ongoing series of post related to the process of writing a book about educational technology. Learn more about the book here. Receltny I spoke before the Maynard, MA School Committee to introduct the CYOD program. The program will be starting as a pilot for the incoming 5th grade class.… Read more School Committee CYOD Introduction

Writing A Book

I am writing a book, and I am documenting the process of writing the book. I didn’t originally plan to write a book. I have never written a book before or consider myself a writer). But as I collected notes, wrote down ideas, and tried to figure out what I could do with this information,… Read more Writing A Book

Education Fragmentation

It’s a trend in education that is becoming more and more common. A school district will pick a single technology platform to build from. Are you a Google district? Apple? Microsoft? It’s easy to understand why districts choose a platform. It makes everything easier. It brings consistency across your schools, makes PD easier, makes managing… Read more Education Fragmentation

Google Drive As A Digital Library

Google is becoming the most popular platform in education. Many of the school districts I’ve worked for or with are using Google Apps for Education. This gives every person in the district access to Google Drive, but it seems an under utilized resource. Most people use Google Drive as a Microsoft Office replacement. They edit… Read more Google Drive As A Digital Library

Linux in an Academic Setting

I discovered a great community discussion on using Linux in the classroom. The thread can be found on Spiceworks and is one of the few current discussion I’ve found (with comments from 2016). Some of the comments can be a bit technical, but it provides a great overview and a lot of different opinions on… Read more Linux in an Academic Setting