We’ve all made mistakes, such as being a bit too excited about the thought of our colleagues using education technology more. I’ve written about seven of mine that I’m almost too embarrassed to think about. Here’s an index to all of the articles in this series.Read More
Want to get ahead, possibly get awards, and get away with not informing anyone of anything remotely useful? This post will tell you how!Read More
If you need more computing equipment (and what school doesn’t?), why not ask the parents?Read More
Is honesty always the best policy? I like to think it is.Read More
When it comes to allowing staff to book computer rooms and other facilities, it doesn’t always pay to be accommodating.Read More
Gathering research findings into how beneficial education technology could be, er, beneficial. But there are caveats.Read More
In this new series, I look at 7 mistakes I made as an ICT-Co-ordinator. This first article is more of an omission, with the benefit of 20:20 hindsight!Read More
So I decided to do something about it.
Having written about 7 mistakes made by ICT Co-ordinators (and if you haven’t read that, go and read it now; don’t worry, I’ll wait), I gave the topic a bit more thought and then realised I could have easily listed a few more. Well, here are a further seven to be thinking about! Have you made, or are you making, these mistakes?
So, you’ve landed a great new job, an important one at that, as an ICT Co-ordinator or Technology Co-ordinator. But in your eagerness to make an impact, are you making some fundamental mistakes? Here’s a quick guide about what not to do.