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I commit to sharing both my class website and my blog with my superintendent. Not only will this challenge me to think deeper and work harder, it might also open a dialogue about how technology can be safely used in our schools to deepen students' understanding of content.

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I shared my class website with my superintendent who said that he plans to share it with Board members. It was blocked by the end of the day. While it is open now, I have been told that I will not be able to use it next year. I may have to invite the superintendent in on those conversations.

I also emailed him the link to my personal blog. I have not heard back yet. And since it was already blocked at school, there have been no changes on that front.
I am continuing to share information with my superintendent and plan to encourage him to start building his own PLN as the year progresses.

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