“If you think our future will require better schools, you’re wrong. The future of education calls for entirely new kinds of learning environments.” Tom Vander Ark in Getting Smart: How Digital Learning Is Changing the World I am currently in Canada attending The Vancouver Symposium on Christian Education in the
Powerful reminder from the folks over at 4/14 Movement
Here are the notes from the What’s In Your Digital Toolbox? presentation that I gave along with Tifini Lozano at The Vancouver Symposium on Christian Education for the 21st Century. Creating: iMovie, podcasting, PowerPoint, SmileBox, Instagram, Garage Band Smilebox Video Evaluating: RSS Feed, Skype, Edmodo, Zite, TweetDeck, Goodreads Edmodo video
This past Monday, I had the privilege of attending the Passages Exhibit in Atlanta along with our entire Upper School student body, faculty, and staff from North Cobb Christian School. I can say without a shred of exaggeration that this was one of the most remarkable experiences of my life.
Our family got up bright and early yesterday morning to go to The Atlanta Zoo. We had an awesome time and I’ll post some pics of that later. Afterwards, we ate lunch on the rooftop patio of Tin Lizzy’s Cantina in Grant Park that looks out over Oakwood Cemetary and
We live in some of the craziest economic times recorded in modern history. Everyday you open the paper to see the latest big name corporation that has closed it’s doors. Any leader that desires to lead their organization with excellence would do themselves a favor to take some time to
First off, I would definitely recommend this book as an incredible resource to anyone in ministry that has an opportunity to speak truth into the lives of students or adults. This book is powerful and there are a lot of people out there that need these words. I picked up
We are not normally much for Spring Break vacations. We usually use the time to take care of things around the house to take some short trips to visit family, which is always a great time! A few weeks ago, Clint said, “I’d really like to go somewhere.” So…we jumped