We've been talking about doing exactly that for over a year now in the Central Region but have not made much progress in making it happen. Is anybody out there already doing it? Skip the decaf.
In a message dated 11/10/05 10:27:09 AM, [log in to unmask] writes:
It would be most inventive to find a way to share those resources so every school didn’t have to reinvent the video – so to speak. Fire up those collaboration minds and tools. How about a statewide tech support video blog ? All comes down to time in the end. Never know, such and animal may already exist out there. I need more coffee.
On 11/10/05 8:26 AM, "Tommy Walz" <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
I totally agree. We need to explore such tools that will help us take some pressure off the tech support folks, especially in the area of routine procedures. I still remember Kay's striking example of using video with an IEP student and witnessing a teacher in Eric Hall's computer lab at Crossett Brook looking up a video on the network on how to use a digital camera. Very good stuff.
In a message dated 11/10/05 8:09:08 AM, [log in to unmask] writes:
Reading Tommie's ratio of support staff to clients makes me think
perhaps we ought to clone our support people to improve the ratio
using video ipods showing how support people check that everything is
plugged in etc.
Tommy J. Walz
Barre Supervisory Union
120 Ayers St.
Barre VT 05641