Category Archives: Computers and Technology in Education

Comparison of Instructional Delivery to Medical Delivery

Hopefully, in the future, educational/instructional delivery to individual students will become as sophisticated as medical delivery is presently to individual patients. Continue reading

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How to Improve Public Education

On Sunday, January 12, 2014, I wrote the following words on two different Atlanta Journal-Constitution blogs in which I described in detail, based on my educational experiences in instructional leadership, how traditional public education can be improved from within. I … Continue reading

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