A weekly chat with a K-12 Public School Technology Director about the trials, tribulations, and insider secrets of your school's technology department. The chats are unscripted, and meant to make the inner workings of an IT department less opaque.logo image - Tom Taker "Technology"
United States
43 episodes
since Sep, 2014


This episode is short, sweet, and to the point. We had some excellent tech questions about one of the most essential elements of making technology work in schools; keeping it charged up! And we dove a bit into Tony's background at the Pentagon, lessons learned early in life, and we had our technological knowledge tested with details about the release of the very first iPhone from Apple.Timestamps for this week's questions:1:20 What has Tony been up to?3:22 What was the best thing that Tony learned from working in the Pentagon?5:31 Someone wants to know why the laptop carts don’t charge all of the laptops at the same time.7:37 Are student computers able to Airplay to the Apple TVs in the classroom?9:58 Stump Us!11:24 What year did the first iPhone debut?You can talk about the show or continue the conversations on Twitter using the hashtag #TechDirectorChat or chatting up Ben (@techsavvyed) on Twitter. Our professional Twitter accounts are Mattawan Learns and MCS Technology.
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