Category Archives: Reflections

Multitasking

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Giving time

Time is one of the most valuable things an Tech Trainer, Coach or Integrator can give to teachers at international schools. One way this can be done is by the Trainer, Coach or Integrator taking over a class for a lesson … Continue reading

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Flexible ethics!

When you install new software, sign up for some online service or read the Acceptable Use Policy (AUP) for using technology at an international school there are only two choices. Accept ALL the terms and conditions. You can then install … Continue reading

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Tech Postholes

A tech posthole is where a staff member at an international school invests time learning about a particular technology to the point where their knowledge and skills are so good they are regarded as an expert by other staff. This … Continue reading

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3 Year Archive System

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

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Tech Workshops

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

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The Curse of Links!

Read an article printed from a blog – less than three pages;  5 minutes. Link overload – the article has 60 links. Visit each link for a quick check: one minute each = 60  minutes. Read ten of the interesting … Continue reading

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