NAIS Tech Task Force Seeks Feedback

The National Association of Independent Schools (NAIS) 21st Century Curriculum and Technology Task Force released  a document, Online Learning: A Continuum of Opportunity, Critical Questions for Leaders (  The committee began to create the scaffolding and framework for its constituents, Independent Schools, to guide them through determining their position on Online Learning. This document will be open for commentary until the end of May 2010, when the committee will review the comments, and complete the document for release to school leaders.

Last Tuesday, my co-hosts on 21st Century Learning, Alex Ragone, arvind grover, and I held a conversation with Demetri Orlando, the Director of Technology of the Battleground Academy and the chair of the 21st Century Curriculum and Technology Task Force for about the document. You can access the podcast and chat of the conversation at our page on the EdTechTalk website.

I am impressed and thankful for the visionary leadership brought to NAIS by Pat Bassett and the members of the 21st Century Curriculum and Technology Force. I encourage those of you who are interested to help the group by reading, reflecting, and commenting on this document.

"If you have a chance to accomplish something that will make things better for people coming behind you, and you don't do that, you are wasting your time on this earth"

-Roberto Clemente

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