While almost all of my writing that relates to education and music is considered non-fiction, I started in 2015 to develop my voice in fiction as well. To me writing in words is not terribly different from writing music.

Peer-Reviewed and Published Content

Hendron, J.G. (1999). Taking a Musical Debate Further. Philosophy of Music Education Review, 7 (2).

Hendron, J.G. (2003, Spring). Educators as content publishers. VSTE Journal (17) 3. Retrieved from https://vste.org/documents/vj_1703_all.pdf

Hendron, J.G. (2004, Spring). Usability and accessibility in Virginia school division websites. VSTE Journal (18) 2.  Retrieved from https://vste.org/documents/vj_1802_all.pdf

Hendron, J.G. (2006, October). Bookmarks for all. Learning & Leading with Technology. 

Hendron, J.G. (2007, May). Integrating the use of Moodle: Develop a creative project with podcasting. VSTE Journal (21) 5. Retrieved from https://vste.org/documents/vj_2007_05.pdf

Hendron, J.G., Morgan, Frank E. (2007, Nov). Web 2.0 communications linking parents and teachers. ISTE SIGtel Membership Bulletin Newsletter.

Hendron, J.G. (2008). RSS for educators: Blogs, newsfeeds, podcasts, and wikis in the classroom. Eugene, OR: ISTE Press. 

Hendron, J.G. (2010, September/October). Creating fluent information seekers. Learning & Leading with Technology. 

Hendron, J.G. (2013). Goochland High School Senior Project: Full program evaluation report. [Unpublished monograph]. 

Hendron, J.G. (2006-2019). Technology Times. [Weblog]. Retrieved from http://jhendron.goochlandschools.org/

Hendron, J.G., Gretz, P.M. (2013). A K-12 framework for technology integration with a focus on workspace readiness skills. Virginia Educational Leadership Journal. 

Hendron, J.G., Gretz, P.M. (2015). Igniting a one-to-one program with a bold vision. Virginia Educational Leadership Journal. Retrieved from http://publications.catstonepress.com/i/504243-journal-2015 

Hendron, J.G., Kim, A., Tolliver, S., & Deloatch, D. (2014). Ubiquitous computing in schools: A multi-case study of 1:1 districts [digital edition – Apple iBook Store]. Richmond, VA: Stratosphere Productions. Retrieved from https://itunes. apple.com/us/book/ubiquitous-computing-in-schools/id911208349?mt=11 

Hendron, J.G. (2016). Deeper learning by design: 1:1 innovation in Goochland County Public Schools. [digital edition – Apple iBook Store]. Goochland, VA: Goochland County School Board. Retrieved from https://itunes.apple.com/us/ book/deeper-learning-by-design/id1087890630?mt=11

Hendron, J.G. (13 October 2016). Why educators and students should learn in the same sandbox. Evolving Ed.

Hendron, J.G., Joseph Beasley, & James Frago. (2016). Hacking a methodology for rapid application development on computers for supporting deeper learning in the classroom. Virginia Educational Leadership, vol 13.

Other Professional Writing

Bach and the Harmonia Mundi. This is the closest thing I have to a master’s thesis. In addition to studying music education and conducting, I pursued graduate study in musicology while at CWRU.

Evaluation Project Design. In this paper from VCU’s doctoral program, I propose a methodology for carrying out a program evaluation on a senior project experience.

Future Information: A Call for Using Folksonomy in Schools. This is an early draft of an article that later appeared in Learning and Leading with Technology, ISTE’s magazine for educators. Written in late 2007, I make the case for teaching students to tag content both to help organize digital assets but also to build a capacity for learning and summarizing.

John’s Leadership Story. In anticipation of creating a technical report for our capstone project, EDLP 717 at VCU had us present data on our own leadership through a “professional looking brief.” The linked PDF is my version, with real data points about my leadership in education.

Senior Project Executive Summary. As an action research project in the second year of my doctoral program, I evaluated an instructional program at Goochland High School called the Senior Project, which was first implemented in 2001. This program evaluation collected data from teachers and and students and this summary presents the results of my findings.

Social Internet’s Impact on Educational Leadership. This paper written in November, 2011, was a class assignment in my VCU doctoral program. The course explored various traits of leadership.

VSTE Edge Newsletter. Beginning in 2006, I edited the VSTE Edge Newsletter for two years, which morphed eventually into the VSTE Edge Podcast. This was distributed to the 5,000 members of the Virginia Society for Technology in Education.

In the News

___ (29 September 2004). The essential ones: John Hendron. Goochland Gazette.

Mason, Jim. (14 October 2005). Goochland schools start net broadcasting. Richmond Times-Dispatch.

Setegn, Lea. (11 February 2006). Reading, writing and blogging. Richmond Times-Dispatch.

Craig, Kelli. (2 August 2006). Technology expands in schools thanks to passionate educator. Goochland Gazette.

Owens, Simon. (26 October 2006). Honored with tech leadership award. The Goochland Courier.

Bushweller, Kevin. (1 December 2006). Thou shalt blog. Teacher Magazine.

Owens, Simon. (13 December 2006). Hendron wins technology leadership award. The Goochland Courier.

Trice, Calvin. (9 March 2007). Goochland takes on technology. Richmond Times-Dispatch.

Owens, Simon. (22 March 2007). Virginia Tech recognizes Goochland Public Schools. The Goochland Courier.

Woodson, Joy L. (28 April 2008). Kershaw schools turn to podcasts to share info. TheState.com

Francis, Lee. (Jan 2008). Technology guru publishes resource book. The Goochland Courier.

Fratt, Lisa. (Apr 2008). Districts turn to push technology to engage parents, community and kids. EdTech K-12 Magazine.

Brovey, Andy. (22 October 2008). RSS for Educators (Book Review). Education Review: a Journal of Book Reviews.

Smart, Maya Payne. (19 November 2008). Blog safe: Avoid common web-publishing pitfalls. Edutopia.org.

Long, Caroline. (Oct 2010). Pompeii-James River mural. School Arts Magazine.

Orcutt, Ben. (31 December 2012). Goochland educator is a multiple award winner. Goochland Gazette.

Odor, Ken. (18 April 2013). Library wins $25,000 Follet challenge prize. Goochland Gazette.

Peters, Michael and Hendron, J.G. (Aug 2013). Point/Counterpoint: Can learning be too personalized? Learning & Leading with Technology.

Ryan, Roslyn. (4 November 2013). Goochland students test-drive iPads. Goochland Gazette.

Berkowicz, Jill and Myers, Ann. (2 February 2016). Redefining learning: The Goochland journey toward deeper learning—Leadership 360. Education Week.