Amanda on November 13th, 2009

Tweet Over the course of the next couple of days at my school we are requiring that all students in the 1:1 laptop program permanently change their computer settings.  As a school we are going to require that each and every student in the 7th and 8th grade have their Remote Login and Remote Management […]

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Amanda on October 18th, 2009

Tweet My school has just wrapped up what I call Phase 1 of our Mac rollout to students and teachers.  Rolling out nearly 1300 student Mac laptops in grades 7-10 and 400+ staff laptops pk-12 has been exhilarating and exhausting at the same time.  We have been preparing for this rollout for three years… actually […]

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Amanda on March 10th, 2009

Tweet As we move into full swing for our 1:1 planning at my school, we find ourselves in the position of celebrating and over-communicating about what we’ve been able to achieve with a laptop cart program. I decided to use prezi as it’s like a Keynote, but it’s much more dynamic to share those big […]

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Amanda on February 25th, 2009

Tweet This will be the first of what I hope is a few posts just so that I can reflect on the process of rolling out a 1:1 Program at my school next year.  I am so excitied about this and really wnt it to go well. We’ve had many, many meetings with many, many […]

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Amanda on September 17th, 2008

Tweet I will admit that living overseas, I have become a Grey’s Anatomy fan.  I love it when they say, “seriously?” on the show.  It just makes me laugh. All day today, I have been saying “seriously?” as I’ve been gobsmacked by the huge undertaking of moving to a 1:1 laptop school.  It’s the buzz […]

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