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Now What? My Plan

On my final ISTE Connects blog post I outlined a post-ISTE proposal for how to make sure the learning does not stop in San Antonio. There were five steps: 5. Take five deep breaths. 4. What were your favorite four … Continue reading

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ISTE Connects Guest Posts

There will be many future posts reflecting on my experiences from ISTE, but I need more time to process and nap. Below are the links to each of the guest blog posts I had for ISTE Connects. Don’t Overlook Learning … Continue reading

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ISTE Blogging

The past two years I had frequent blog posts during ISTE: some were just the list of great resources that I wanted to explore later and other posts captured the major learning moments. This year is going to be slightly … Continue reading

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Textbook Creation Simplified

So for all of you who secretly thought I was crazy for creating the Spanish Techbook or wanted to know how to create your own digital textbook, I highly recommend the blog post Aggregate, Curate, and Create your own Textbook. Continue reading

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Back to School Goals

This is my yearly reflection before school starts for how I want to incorporate technology this year for my Spanish class. I believe that the reflection needs to done at least yearly because of how fast technology changes. What was … Continue reading

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GoogleDoc Use

I have previously shared some of the inspirational ways I find to use GoogleDocs in the classroom, especially for management purposes. Yesterday, I read a great blog post on the Free Technology for Teachers blog; the title  is ‘Put the … Continue reading

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Response to the Textbook Challenge

There was a post on Dangerously Irrelevant challenging teachers and parents to examine the quality of textbooks compared to free materials that are available online. Conveniently this is what I spent a semester researching for my graduate work. There might … Continue reading

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