I’ll be addressing all these questions in turn. The fun part is in the asking.
How do you effectively manage technology in an organization with low resources (people, time and money)?
How do you define success in an organization that has nothing to do with profit?
What does it mean for technology when process is as important as product?
How do you handle vendor lock-in?
What data should you collect and how should you use it?
What does a good technology budget look like?
How should schools deal with rapid technology change?
How do we measure organizational efficiency? How do we increase organizational efficiency?
How do we know if technology is the best choice?
How do you implement organizational change?
How do you convince teachers to use technology?
How do you help parents, students, teachers and administrators see the value of technology?
How do you know technology is making a difference in student learning?
What does technology innovation look like in education?
What does effective technology training look like in schools?
What does effective technology support look like in schools?
What should students know how to do with technology?
How does a technology leader create a climate of “informed risk”?
How does a school handle the digital divide?
Published on Tuesday, December 22, 2009 (about 9 years, 2 months, and 3 days ago). Posted in: Educational Tech