Quoted/Published

VIA – The Ezine for educators, administrators, and advocates of arts integration (April 2011)

The Future of Online Education – by Prfessor.com (February, 2011)

        distributed in places like AOL, Dallas Business Journal, E-commerce Times,
        and 40+ other online publications, so far.

The Urge to Write. – by Scott Lafee, The School Administrator (February, 2011)

 

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Are You a Jerk If Your Kid Doesn’t Have a Cell Phone? – by Martha Brockenbrough, Mom’s Homeroom, MSN.com (November, 2010)Not Really... email me at micsmith@principalspage.com

The Huffington Post -  Blogging on Education Page (October, 2010 to present)

How Are Children Exposed to the News? – by Kitty Kelly, The Huffington Post (September 21, 2010)

Interview with Superintendent Michael Smith – by Victor Yu, Udemy (July 23, 2010)

Twitter and the Principals – by Thomas W. McMahon, Coastal Carolina University (July 10, 2010)                                                                                                                                                         
School Leaders Rely on Smartphones – by Katie Ash, Education Week’s Digital Directions (June 14, 2010)

Smart Blogging Can Boost Your Career – by Eve Tahmincioglu, MSNBC (January 31, 2010)

 

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Social Media Connects Administrators – by Jennifer Chase Esposito, District Administration (October, 2009)

Superintendent Blogging – by Dr. Mark Stock, The School Administrator (August, 2009)

One Response to “Quoted/Published”


  1. Shane Griffer
    on Nov 26th, 2013
    @ 8:56 am

    FYI – I found this great site with a great message on how to help kids cope with bullying. The book is so well written and the illustrations are perfect for the age group. They even have a blog for kids.

    http://www.bumbleadventures.com

    Shane G.

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