SOLUTIONS FOR EDUCATION LEADERS
Administr@tor Magazine
August 2009
Scholastic Administr@tor - August 2009 cover
  • Wired Up: Tuned Out.
    Today's digital-media natives, a.k.a. your students, need a school environment that both challenges and channels their tech-savvy brains.
  • From Cop to Top Teacher
    2009 Teacher of the Year Anthony Mullen on how schools can connect with the hardest-to-reach students.
  • One Size Doesn't Fit All.
    An individual learning plan for every student? These districts are making it happen, and so can you. Here's how.
  • 10 Big Ideas to Improve Your Schools.
    Establish professional learning communities, encourage social networking, reexamine staffing, and use free digital tools to enhance teaching and learning.
  • Good Morning, China
    From Algeria to Uruguay, schools are waking up to international partnerships. See how these low-cost programs are yielding big results.
  • Tech Tools
    A camera that scans multiple-choice tests, inexpensive and colorful laptops, a pen with an infrared camera, and more.
  • Best in Tech 2009
    Seven laptops for seven administrators - which one is right for your schools?
  • .EDU: News Nationwide
    ELL, budgets, assessment; see what’s news around the country
  • Alexander Russo
    A Facebook for Teachers. Sharing lessons online is becoming the norm, but teachers are still waiting for that killer app.
  • Leadership Profile
    Meet David Doty, superintendent of Utah’s newest school district.
  • Expert Panel: What's Your Best Tech Investment?
    Five education leaders on the hot seat discuss their priorities, favorite tools, and IT tricks.
  • The Smart Guide to Stimulus Spending
    ARRA dos and don'ts, avoiding the funding cliff, meeting the new law's guidelines before they're even written, and more.
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