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Jose Rodriguez

10-4 There are so many barriers to effective use of technology in schools today. Our job is to tackle each one at a time. I think you are well on your way to being a Web 2.0 principal.

Marie Coleman

We are fortunate that you do "get it!" So, maybe there are still some questions and trepidations - we are all learning together! And it's like many other things in life...we don't have time NOT to learn it!

Soon we'll see you on Twitter and Second Life! :)

Carey Gilcher

Excuses, excuses, excuses. I was tempted to start this response by quoting that the first step is admitting that you have a problem. But this didn't really go in the direction that I had wanted, namely because I don't think this top ten list is a problem. This is really a list of obstacles and hurdles we face every day in education when we try new things. These are especially hurdles when we are out of our comfort zone, taking risks. Teaching is a calling, and with that calling comes a certain level of caring and caring what we put in front of our kids knowing that at any given moment we could be presenting life changing information. No, not so much excuses, hurdles or obstacles, maybe, but the question remains, now what?

Michelle Baldwin

Great list... and I agree with every single one! I'm going to add your post to my blog post today. Hopefully, I can point some of our administrators to your list and then open up a dialogue about it!

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