It is easy to make change. FNO Press Part One
Planning Good Change
with Technology and Literacy
Based on two decades of planning effective uses of new technologies, this book brings you the best of Jamie McKenzie's thinking about launching successful technology programs with a major emphasis upon literacy and integrated learning.
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Even if we sit still . . . do nothing . . . change happens.
It is more difficult to make good change.
Change that makes life better. Change that endures.
Change that persists.
This book is about making good change by combining technologies with an emphasis upon literacy.
Making good change in schools is much more challenging than most policy makers and outsiders seem to understand.
We have decades of excellent research studies identifying which change strategies work and which fail. We have seen the folly of bandwagons and technological panaceas. We should have learned by now about making change that persists.
Sadly, much of the research on making good change has been widely ignored during the current rush to network schools.
Not all change is good change
Making Good Change
First Things First
Future Perfect Planning
The New New Thing
Beware the Wizard
Beware the Gray Flannel Trojan Horse
Beware the Shallow Waters!
The Unplugged Classroom
What's the story here?
How Teachers Learn Technology Best
The Research Gap
Beyond Edutainment and Technotainment
Strategic deployment of hardware to maximize readiness, staff use and student achievement
Waste not, Want not
Networking Schools: Managing Quandaries, Dilemmas and Conundrums
It is easy to make change.