Hello & Welcome

Thank you for visiting my new medium for communicating with staff, students, and parents.  Using a blog as both a resource and a communication tool can be beneficial in the educational process.  I hope to share with you how I envision the use of blogs as an educational tool.  Feel free to take a look around and subscribe to my RSS feed so you can catch-all of my latest posts including instructional technology, teaching and learning, and general staff communications.  Please visit the best practices page to see some of the outstanding work our teachers are doing with the students of Eisenhower Middle School.

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Google Classroom Overview

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August 13, 2014 · 5:25 pm

iPads and Google Classroom Tutorial

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Google Apps at EMS

 

 

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How to Start a Movement: Key to Leadership….Following!!


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July 26, 2013 · 3:25 pm

Are You Smarter than this 6th Grader?

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July 18, 2013 · 1:26 am

Five Essentials for Building School Programs That Last: A Journey in Shared Leadership

Please feel free to read a recently published article in NJPSA’s Educational Viewpoints which highlights the work of Mr. Steve Raimo and myself in planning, implementing, and sustaining two crucial middle school initiatives at EMS.  Both Advisory and TIEE have had a substantial effect on our school culture and reinforced a positive school climate.  Below is a link to the 2013 journal, and I hope you have a chance to share in the work we have proudly and excitedly been apart of.  Our article begins on page 52.

Enjoy!

http://www.njpsa.org/documents/pdf/EdViewptsSpring2013.pdf

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Eisenhower Students Make a Difference Through Two Rewarding Programs

Recently, Eisenhower students have been recognized for their efforts in trying to improve our world.  Read the recent Wyckoff Patch article which highlights our successful Pencils of Promise fundraiser which led to 50 donated e-readers and the Lexus Eco Challenge winners who received $10,000 in prizes.

http://wyckoff.patch.com/articles/eisenhower-students-strive-to-improve-world-meet-justin-bieber

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