Alex works as the Director of Admission and Enrollment Management at Norwood School, a PK – 8th grade independent school in Bethesda, Maryland. His focus is on long term sustainability and strategic planning. Before Norwood, Alex was the founding Head of School at AltSchool Union Square where he created a learner centered school powered by teachers and supported by technology. Alex began his career as a Director of Technology at The Calhoun School (98-01) and Collegiate School (01-12) where he supported teachers in the incorporation of researched based teaching practices empowered by the use of technology. He then served as Director of Middle and Upper School (3rd – 8th grades) at City and Country School, where he built systems for enabling more integrated curricula with collaboration between classroom educators and specialists.
Alex earned a Master’s Degree in Instructional Design and Media from Teachers College and a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology from George Washington University. His blog can be found here: https://alexragone.wordpress.com/ and you can follow him on Twitter at @alexragone.
Email at alex.ragone [at] gmail.com.
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I just wanted to make sure that you were invited to our education “Blogger Summit”. We hope you can make it and feel free to share this invitation with any other bloggers in the area that might be interested. The invitation is attached below.
ED In ’08 Blogger Summit
Strong American Schools is excited to announce the ED in ’08 Blogger Summit. Conference details are as follows:
May 14th – 15th
Palomar Hotel, Washington DC
Registration is Free!
An opening reception is scheduled on the evening of Wednesday, May 14th. Cocktails and hors d’oeuvres will be served before the screening of a new documentary film on education, Two Million Minutes. A Q&A session with the filmmakers is set to follow.
Then join us for an all-day conference on May 15th. Nowhere else will you have an opportunity to meet and network with fellow education bloggers, participate in panels, attend workshops, and help tackle some tough questions on the state of education in America.
Space is limited, so be sure to RSVP today!
Register at http://edin08.com/bloggersummit/