Monthly Archives: May 2013

Another Year, Another Reflection

There is so much that happened this year, so I apologize in advance. Most of my reflective posts are for me. Writing it helps me focus the reflection. However, there are some generally good suggestions that others can benefit from.

Changes to my Digital Toolbox:
Increased use of … Evernote, Fotobabble, Pixntell, Explain Everything, Educreations, Zondle, Socrative, Infuse Learning, Duolingo, Skitch, Copy, Animoto, i-nigma, and GoogleVoice.
Decreased use of … Voicethread, MakeBeliefsComix, StudyStack, Diigo, Say it Mail it, Moodle, and ActivInspire. Continue reading

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Geography Lesson

I am so excited that I am starting a new chapter in my life – one that will be written in English instead of Spanish. I have loved teaching Spanish, and much of my background will serve me well teaching … Continue reading

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EdCamp Philly

Another pleasant Saturday was spent surrounded by enthusiastic teachers at EdCamp Philly 2013. This is my reflection of ideas the resources I want to explore later. Professional Development Smackdown This was a very passionate exchange of ideas between teachers and … Continue reading

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Show me your dID!

And by dID I mean your digital identity. There was a lively conversation on Twitter tonight for #edtechchat about digital citizenship. One specific question posed has really made me reflect. Since the thought stream is more than 140 characters, a … Continue reading

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