Here are a couple of articles a colleague (Mrs. Coover) shared with me yesterday. Will be fun to look back in 20 years and say, “I remember when…” Technology that became obsolete within my lifetime 10 obsolete technologies to kill in 2010Continue Reading... No Comments.
Some great blogs people suggested when I asked on Twitter and Facebook: http://theinnovativeeducator.blogspot.com/ http://web20classroom.blogspot.com/ http://www.freetech4teachers.com/ http://www.twitter.com/ Follow: Steven Anderson @web20classroom or Richard Byrne @rmbyrne http://fischbowl.com/ I also have some that I use in my WordPress workshop. You can find them here: http://blog.esu10.org/wordpress/training/blogging-resources/ Please share others!Continue Reading... No Comments.
“I have climbed the highest mountains, I have run through the fields… But I still haven’t found what I’m looking for.” – Bono Ever feel this way when you are looking for something on the Internet? And then when you want to find a blog that is relevant to your classroom? That can seem like […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Boy: Woof! You sure gotta climb a lot of steps to get to this Capitol Building here in Washington. But I wonder who that sad little scrap of paper is? I’m just a bill. Yes, I’m only a bill. And I’m sitting here on Capitol Hill. Well, it’s a long, long journey To the capital […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
I think blogs are about the most important communication tool of our time. There is much research to support this claim but what I really want to tell you is you should be blogging. You should be reading blogs for professional growth and personal pleasure. You should be commenting on others blogs. And lastly, you […]Continue Reading... 1 Comment.
I just had to post this email I received to get your response. I would love to respond but as I learned from the keynote at NECC, the wisdom of the crowds is greater than the individual. What do you think so I can respond with wisdom and understanding? Has anyone read the recent article […]Continue Reading... 6 Comments.
NECC 2008 for me was about self-directed professional development and how teachers manage their learning of new technologies and classroom integration. ISTE’s publication of the new NETS for Teachers provides a framework for teachers as they transition their classroom into a digital age learning environment. NETS for Teachers Web Link: http://tinyurl.com/2ud5kyThere are many opportunities for […]Continue Reading... 5 Comments.
Google Workshop at ESU 10 today. We have been having fun with Groups, Gmail, and a bunch of other tools. We will be using Maps and Earth today. Okay… That’s it for now!Continue Reading... 1 Comment.
Although I didn’t get to attend many sessions at NETA, I did pick up on quite a bit of buzz and networking. Sounds like all the sessions went well! There were some new technology implementations to help support the conference this year. I felt they were very well received and will help people see a […]Continue Reading... 4 Comments.
I recently found out via @TeachaKidd on twitter that Flickr is now allowing the posting of video. As I read her blog post, and viewed the video, I realized how simple it is to upload media from your phone to Flickr. To use the video feature, you do need a “Pro” account and that will […]Continue Reading... 1 Comment.
I just received a message from edublogs that they have a new feature aimed at teachers that want to give their students blogs. It’s the ability to create student blogs from the dashboard of your own blog right in edublogs.org. You can create up to 15 new accounts at at time (you can always add […]Continue Reading... No Comments.