One of the real pleasures of my career in education has been the privilege of serving as an “Editorial Adviser” for the National Association of Elementary School Principals. One of the last acts in this role was responding to a request to share something for this “best practices” issue of Principal magazine. For about the last 20 years, technology has played a significant role in making my job easier, whether the role was that of a band director, an aspiring administrator looking for ways to help other people in the building, a middle school assistant principal, a principal, or now as a central office administrator.
You can view the article here. For more along the same line, I invite you to read my article on Saving Time and Paper with Basic Technology which appeared earlier this year in Principal magazine.