Leading Change in a Facebook World ROOM: NATIONAl HARbOR 13 School leaders at every level face challenges never before experienced. Understanding the unique needs of the 21st century student, as well as what skills and attributes are in demand, will inform school leaders how best to take advantage of technology and implement change school-wide. PRESENTERS: Travis Warren, WhippleHill (NH); Antonio Viva, Walnut Hill School for the Arts (MA)
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---------- Forwarded message ----------From: Samantha Hankey <firstname.lastname@example.org>Date: Tue, Dec 28, 2010 at 1:53 PMSubject: Internet stuff....To: Antonio Viva <email@example.com>Hi Mr. Viva,I hope you are having a relaxing and fun break! Imgetting ready for a competition and thought that you might beable to help me with something, as I know that you lovetechnology and using the internet for networking! If you wouldntmind, Id love for you to take a few minutes and review my blogbefore I go to YoungArts week. I use my blog as a way ofpromoting my concerts, artwork, performance videos, and a wayto share my interest in non-music related things to initially myfriends and family, but now the whole web. I mentioned my blogin my bio which will be published in the programs duringYoungArts week and I want to make sure it is the bestrepresentation of both myself and Walnut Hill. If you would takea look at it and give me any suggestions or thoughts you mighthave, I would greatly appreciate it as I know your reallytech savvy! Have a great rest of break!!!My blog: samanthahankey.blogspot.comBest,Samantha Hankeysamhankey@gmail.com617-347-8411
PE RS O N“Blogging is free, it doesn’t matter if anyone ALreads it. What matters is the humility thatcomes from writing it. What matters is themeta-cognition of thinking about what you’regoing to say” - Seth Godin.