Advertisements I am working on a committee developing school technology “security” procedures. We need feedback about web filtering standards. (The Libertarian committee of my personality tells me that we shouldn’t have web […]
Jeffrey L. Hunt
Jeffrey L. Hunt is an educational technologist living in suburban Chicago. When he's not learning about and implementing technology in classes, he's running or looking at the stars.
Advertisements A spectacular lunar eclipse is visible across the skies of North America, just hours before the winter solstice, on the night of December 20/21, 2010. A lunar eclipse is visible when the […]
Advertisements Nearly 2,000 conferees assembled in Glendale, Arizona for the 2010 edition of the Virtual School Symposium, the annual conference of the International Association for K-12 online Learning, November 14-16. The theme […]
Advertisements How do we move schools to transformation and away from “tool use” and “integration?” The diagram above is from my dissertation research where I recommended a planning model, I called […]
Advertisements Vocabulary is important. In my last posting, I wrote about the technology levels I observe in schools and that largely these waste time and money. We need effective steps based on […]
Advertisements As I listen to my peers and observe the actions of school districts, my conclusion is that there are two levels of technology use in schools: tools and integration, although these […]
Advertisements An article printed in Tuesday’s (Oct 12, 2010) edition of the Chicago Tribune and online the night before describes how schools are relenting to students’ personal technologies. A local principal is quoted, “It’s […]
The district technology leader could be an administrator, manager, or teacher who has responsibility for technology operations across a school district.
Advertisements August 13, 2010 — Look west at 9 p.m. for the moon and a planetary grouping. A summer grouping of bright planets is visible in the western sky during the early […]
Advertisements Forward is Not Far Enough We need educational leaders who can move us to the next level. Forward on the same plane is not far enough. We need a change of […]