Monthly Archives: June 2016

Understanding The Cloud

By Tony DePrato | Follow me on Twitter @tdeprato Cloud computing is one of the most difficult concepts to explain to people who spend most of their time working with children, running a school, and monitoring educational processes. Cloud computing … Continue reading

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The Joy of Text

I’ve argued in the past that the evolution of languages – including texting –  is an inevitable feature of human societies and we need to adapt and educate, rather than deny or lament (Like, get over it!). I had imagined that adaption … Continue reading

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Summer Sun…

So here we are staring down the final four and a half days of the school year, and before we all head off to soak up that summer sun I want to take this chance to say thank you. The … Continue reading

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The EdTech Blog for School Administrators

By Tony DePrato | Follow me on Twitter @tdeprato Let’s talk numbers. The number of iPads sold in the first quarter of 2014: 26 million[i] Revenue generated in 2015 for the Microsoft Surface Pro 3: $1.1 billion US Dollars[ii] Number … Continue reading

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Choking for words, she just asked “Why?”

One of my daughters was reading a powerful novel set in WWII, and had followed the protagonist though appalling circumstances; his compassion, warmth and courage made him an immensely likeable character whom she felt she somehow really knew. His sudden … Continue reading

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Measurement in the Change Process

By Tony DePrato | Follow me on Twitter @tdeprato Willis Towers Watson (NASDAQ: WLTW) is a leading global advisory, brokering and solutions company. They did an extensive study on change management. In the study they state immediately and without hesitation, … Continue reading

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