As an educator, technology has enabled me to achieve the light a candle time and again. Knowing how to move ahead when others wonder what to do next involves doing a lot reading and reflecting. At no time like before, people like you and me can share ideas, build online communities, and construct their own professional learning networks (PLN). Start building your network now by reading this article- The Twitter Experience: Addicted to Learning.
As a writer and speaker, as well as Director in K-12 EdTech settings, I have had ample opportunities to interact with others through my work. Since there are so many folks who have read that work online and in print, I like to think that together, we all form a community of learners committed to sharing ideas and knowledge with one another. In these pages, I invite you to find information and ideas that encourage and help you become a life-long learner, a learner who takes advantage of online learning experiences that are now possible.
I hope you’ll consider contributing to the richness of the learning network that is now possible. A world of learners is waiting to connect and learn with you.
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"Miguel leads the state in knowledge, leadership skills, and innovation in the educational technology field. We have worked together in leadership positions within the Texas Computer Education Association, consulting together with the Texas Association for School Administrators, and collaborating online on leadership issues related to our schools and districts. Personally and professionally, I recommend Miguel as Chief Technology Officer."
Dr. Kay Abernathy, Lamar University
"Mr. Guhlin is a champion for change. He consistently brings forward new ideas and initiatives to meet the everchanging needs of our students.
I depend heavily on Mr. Guhlin as a critical part of our leadership team. . .His influence on our planning and decision-making is critical to the success of implementing technology in the classroom. [He]
is. . .very passionate about his role and takes his responsibilities very seriously.
From Job Appraisals completed by Past Supervisor,
Patricia Holub, Executive Director, San Antonio ISD