Communication is the new black

Image available under creative commons license from the gorgeous Flickr photostream of DailyPic.

Image available under creative commons license from the gorgeous Flickr photostream of DailyPic.

I think it’s appropriate that the first post on my new blog be about communication.  As a school tech director, as a M.Ed. student, and as a parent, I spend a lot of time researching and reading about the uses of technology in education.  Although I learn a lot from what I read, I need to do a better job of reflecting on and sharing what I learn.

In some ways, I communicate all day long.  I talk to people and answer technology questions every day.  I respond in a (mostly) timely fashion to emails.  I use Twitter to share resources I find with the world (and also as a way of saving them for my future self).  I use Facebook and Instagram to share with friends and family.  I even make an effort to use Google+ and not many people can say that!

Still, I would like to do a better job communicating what I learn and I’m hoping this blog will allow me to do that.  If you’re interested in technology in education, or in technology and parenting, I hope you’ll stick around.

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