Category Archives: To Dalian

So the flight is half an hour late leaving Melbourne and we have a tight connection in Shanghai. They put us up in first-class so we can be among the first to alight – nice way to arrive in China to begin our … Continue reading

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Notes at start of 2011-2012 school year For Integration of Technology 6 – 12. Start (if there is not one already) a technology integration group made up of teachers, administration, and students that make decisions about learning. Two students from … Continue reading

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I have had visiting visas in the past, Cambodia, Viet Nam, China (three times) and India. Other countries visited we did not need visas for: Guatemala, Mexico, Ecuador, The Netherlands [heaps as my wife is from there], do we count … Continue reading

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Integrating technology within a new environment has many facets. 1. What is available: hardware, software, knowledge of staff, time to learn and integrate more, finding commonality – this can be the largest task; one favours Mac or PC, Android, Ubuntu, … Continue reading

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It is one of those moments when one realizes the suitcase is still ten-pounds overweight, the last-minute list has few things crossed off of it: ‘Go to Hoboken and change the insurance policy from home-owner to four young computer guys … Continue reading

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seven more days

I started keeping track with 19 weeks to go. We were hired via Skype whilst in Shanghai on our return from Christmas in Australia; 31 December 2010, we left New Year’s Day 2011 for NYC. When we heard those last … Continue reading

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Harlem

like all moves, it was not easy, until it was over, then it seemed easy… by comparison. It was the lead up to moving that was the long process ~ a mere six months. A lot longer than eleven years … Continue reading

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