Blog It is a list of links to our members’ and other education blogs — one-stop shopping to see what your fellow MASA members are communicating about via their blog posts. If YOU would like a link to your blog place on this page, simply send the name of your blog and its URL to Jeanna Vohnoutka at Quinn@mnasa.org~ Connecting Educators ~In alpha order:Connected Principals
This collection of contributions from school administrators who want to share knowledge, learn together and lead effectively. Topics range from tactical ideas on preparing students for graduation to conceptual, such has how to best motivate students
A rich collection of educational topics are discussed in this blog. From a round table opinion blog, policy issues affecting K-12 schools, technology, law, research and global learning, this site has something for everyone. Not every blog is written by an administrator, but all of the posts have information administrators need to know.
by Nancy Allen-Mastro, Superintendent, West St. Paul - Mendota Heights - Eagan Schools
by Dan Frazier, Superintendent, Litchfield Public Schools
by Jen Hegna, Director of Information & Learning Technology, Byron Public Schools
The official blog of the Department of Education provides video and written blogs on topics concerning education, from early learning to college completion.
We blog about careers, the future job market, and higher education in Minnesota.
by Jeff Elstad, Superintendent, Byron Public Schools
Launched as a joint venture between a California public television station and NPR, the posts explore the future of learning and how technology affects the process.Minnesota Education
by Governor Mark Dayton and Lt. Governor Tina SmithFocused stories and strategies on telling your school’s story using social media.Sup's Slants
by Bill Adams, Superintendent, Janesville-Waldorf-Pemberton School DistrictSupt Ness
by Jerry Ness, Superintendent, Fergus Falls Public SchoolsTriton Cobras Blog Spot
by Brett Joyce, Superintendent, Triton Public Schoolsby Gary Amoroso, Executive Director, MASAby Steve Malone, Superintendent, Becker Public Schools