Monthly Archives: February 2011
One way for international school staff to manage non-essential files is to use a “Three-Year Archive” system. At the end of each school year create an archive folder for all files used during the year. At the beginning of each … Continue reading
New tech equipment is out-of-date as soon as you turn it on.
A good Tech workshop is one that that gives people learning time by getting participants away from their normal workspace and into a specific place at a specific time to explore a specific aspect of technology. The job of the Tech Trainer … Continue reading
International schools need to develop and teach a ‘culture of taking responsibility’ rather than directly or indirectly supporting a ‘culture of seeking to blame’ or a ‘culture of mistrust’. Culture of taking responsibility – The person responsible is in the … Continue reading
The person responsible for the tech training at an international school should use the enthusiasm, knowledge and skills of the innovators and early adopters when introducing new technology. The Tech Innovator trains the Early Adopters and acts as a mentor to all … Continue reading
Students and staff at an international school usually have a good basic knowledge of the technology tools they use every day. Some individuals have one or more “Tech Postholes” of varying depths where their knowledge and skills are much more sophisticated.