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Clint Kennedy\'s personal blog about everything and nothing.

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Comment on About Me by ACES - Make the Connection: iPods and Podcasting in World Languages and ESOL » Life In The Fast Lane

Wed, 28 Feb 2007 01:48:55 +0000

[...] Clint Kennedy the IT Director from Stonington, CT talked next about several projects he has going at Stonington. [...]

Comment on BusinessWeek helps us overhaul the K12 health curriculum by Bruce

Sun, 18 Feb 2007 20:38:09 +0000

Interesting idea Clint. I know at PMS Janis does do some goals with the kids and I think the P.E. teachers also do some goals. What Scott's Miracle grow is doing sounds interesting. It sounds more rational and saner than a company that essentially told people that if you don't quit smoking, you will be fired. I can see why the company doesn't want to pay for somebody else destroying hi/her health, slowly and expensively, gut how far do you take it? Riding a bike/motorcyle without a helmet? Climbing is a dangerous activity and if you get hurt, we won't pay? Skiing?...

Comment on Wiimote, Skype, and Second Life by One more Wii thing…head mounted Wiimote! « A Blog by Clint

Thu, 07 Dec 2006 16:22:32 +0000

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Comment on Why David Warlick seems smarter than me… by David Warlick

Wed, 22 Nov 2006 11:39:11 +0000

Mark and Clint, I think that one of the powers of blogging and other avenues of self-expression, is that it forces you to reflect and synthesize information carefully, within your own frame of reference. You do it carefully, because when you blog it, you are responsible and accountable. As a wise man once wrote, "the times they are a changing," and we are certainly in changing times. In changing times, conversation (which is what blogs are) is where answers to brand new questions will come from -- and conversations go both ways. I certainly did enjoy the Connecticut conference. -- dave --

Comment on Why David Warlick seems smarter than me… by Mark

Tue, 21 Nov 2006 15:20:03 +0000

I know in regards to school, when i was taught to research we were told to include as many sources as possible. With the internet today this makes information overload to easy. I still find it hard not to reasearch something to death. Blogs and Podcasts are still pretty much personal opinion as they are self produced without a editor etc... If you listen to everyone elses opinion it is often hard to see the light that is your own. Add to that the amount of time it takes to process each, and you may not have enough to come up with your own idea's.

Comment on Sony Reader – WOW!!! by mikecane

Fri, 20 Oct 2006 22:07:52 +0000

Sony Connect software is Win only. PDFs must be made for its screen size. It can do RTF. And RSS is being worked on --

Comment on Blogs not “Smart” Boards by Smart Boards

Tue, 26 Sep 2006 06:53:02 +0000

That's why its the time that we should do interactive things and get interactive responses in classes.

Comment on Test Pic by MK

Mon, 11 Sep 2006 14:54:13 +0000


Comment on Textbooks…throw them out (I mean recycle them) by Wiki created student/teacher texts « A Blog by Clint

Thu, 07 Sep 2006 19:26:10 +0000

[...] In May of 2006 I wrote a blog post which discussed the sad state of textbooks in public education. Today I am going to try to get down some of my ideas on how to fix this issue. [...]