I have a loveā€“hate relationship with workshops. I love them because when I walk out, I am filled with creative ideas about how to become a better, more effective teacher. I hate them because too often I find that I don't have the time to successfully integrate the strategies I have learned. Read more at ISTELetTheKidsDoTheWork.pdf International Society for Technology in Education, Learning and Leading with Technology, March/April 2010.

In 2008, Birmingham Public Schools was looking for new ways to emphasize creativity, collaboration, communication and critical thinking skills in their students. They already had access to computers in every class and school. But what they really wanted was a better way to make the technology part of the teaching process, not an extra or an add-on. Read more at http://www.wikispaces.com/site/privatelabel/case-study-bps