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It’s All About Morale – How to Create a Positive School Culture – Part 2

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This is the second installment in the series of blog posts called, It’s All About Morale. As I shared in the previous post, a school administrator must make staff morale a primary area of his/her job responsibilities if their school is going to move forward. In the corporate world, business leaders can motivate staff with […]

It’s All About Morale – How to Create a Positive School Culture – Part 1

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It’s all about morale! As a school administrator, I’ve learned that although we can have amazing educational programs to reach our students, and although we can have the best facilities, and although we can have great technology, we will not have success as a school if staff morale is low. Any school administrator who has […]

Designing Technologies For Our Radical, Adaptive Human Bodies

Designing Technologies For Our Radical, Adaptive Human Bodies

  Originally published on the Institute for the Future blog   Designing Technologies For Our Radical, Adaptive Human Bodies by Ben Hamamoto An interview with Sara Hendren When talking about the future of wearable computing, many people assert that it presents huge opportunities for assistive technology. But what is “assistive technology”? The standard definition is […]

How to Keep Your Teachers from Burning Out

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Do you have a teacher on your staff that would fall under the category of “Burned out?” I am reading Adam Grant’s amazing book, Give and Take, for the second time, and the topic of teacher burnout made me write this post. As a school administrator, I meet with teachers all the time who are […]

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