I originally started blogging on February 26th, 2003 using blogspot. It was primarily a personal blog focusing on my daily thoughts, adventures, and musings. It turned out to be a journal of my rantings for a good 3-4 years. I steadily decreased entries and wrote my final entry on that blog on June 25th, 2008.
Socratech Seminars was born on the concept of my professional career. It became a professional journal where I write about my encounters working in education and technology. Although my original blog provided the foundations for my beliefs and principals, Socratech Seminars clearly demonstrates my professional growth over the years. Below are my top 10 blog posts in celebration of my 100th entry of Socratech Seminars.
- Thoughts About K12 Education Information Technology
- Engineering Design Tools for K12
- Classical Learning Meets Web 2.0
- Dreaming Big…
- EdIT (Education Information Technology)
- Building the Next Generation EdTech Specialist
- “The Boiling Frog” EdTech Metaphor
- K12 Technology Solutions on a Budget
- Diffusion of Innovations
- Its Changing Culture, Not Technology