Category Archives: Digital Footprint

RUP Moving Forward

The proposed RUP that I helped develop with a team of a dozen or so SAU educators is beginning to make its way to Board meetings for approval.  This article in the Exeter Newsletter is the first mention of the … Continue reading

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LESCN Presentation Notes

I don’t particularly care for use PowerPoint when I present.  It’s too linear and too predictable for me.  I typically will use Evernote to create an outline or script, then supplement my talk with websites, pdf’s and various media.  Tomorrow … Continue reading

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New Responsible Use Policy

There are times in one’s career when they get home and say, “I have made a difference in the lives of kids today.”  Last night was one of those times for me. After a year of planning, and several months … Continue reading

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Needed: New AUP

Recently my son, Ben participated in World Maths Day.  Over the two and a half days the event was open, Ben worked hard to answer as many questions as he could using my iPhone.  After the dust settled, he had … Continue reading

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Reciprocate Connections

We opened our schools today.  As the Assistant Superintendent of SAU 16 located in Exeter NH, I was part of the administrative team that welcomed nearly 6,000 students back to our 11 schools.  Part of my job requires me to … Continue reading

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AUP’s, Sex, Drugs, and Rock & Roll

I’ve been thinking quite a bit about AUP’s lately.  Our school district is at the very beginning stages of reviewing its current AUP and I am happy that that process is beginning.  Like many school districts around the country, our … Continue reading

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