Data Use, Technology, and Educational Leadership

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Digital Citizenship FAIL. Cost: $80,000

There’s a story going around on the interwebs about a college student who cost her family $80,000 due to an unfortunate Facebook status update. Reports say that she attends Boston … Continue reading

March 2, 2014 · 3 Comments

Bikinis and Homemade Chalk: Why we need to teach Web 2.0 Ethics

Stuck at home on a snow day? Need a “boredom buster” or other fun kid activity? Social media and Web 2.0 offer unprecedented access to the publishing and sharing of … Continue reading

February 23, 2014 · 13 Comments

The App Generation: How Technology Is Changing Us | Cognoscenti

This blog post by Howard Gardner (yes HIM) and Katie Davis voices questions that so many of us share. What does it mean to be raising and teaching kids in … Continue reading

February 12, 2014 · Leave a comment

My favorite baby app

My second child, Henry, was born just a little over two weeks ago. Since then, I’ve tinkered with just about every baby app there is (FeedBaby, iBaby, Web MD Baby, … Continue reading

January 7, 2014 · 1 Comment

There’s an app for that, except for where you’re nutty

In an upcoming Teachers College Record article (early draft available here), Jeff Wayman and I argue that parents need to get more involved with data use. For the record, I … Continue reading

July 9, 2013 · Leave a comment