Tag Archives: web2.0

Learning Opportunity

My professional life has come full circle. In July 2009, I took LTMS600 and loved every minute and every lesson learned. I created my blog after learning about blogging and seeing the potential for public reflection and connection. Since I … Continue reading

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Ten Again

These are my top ten tools for 2012 collected and described for C4LPT. The tools are listed in reverse alphabetic order – not by order of preference. This list has many repeats from last year. The tools with a star … Continue reading

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Thanks!

Thanksgiving is on the horizon, and I wanted to express sincere gratitude for people who share. There are so many people who share their creations online: videos, pictures, music, games, culture tidbits, etc. As a teacher, I am always searching … Continue reading

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Go2Web2.0

I forgot how much I enjoyed exploring Go2Web2.0 – I searched it when I took my first educational technology workshop years ago. Back then, there were not 71 pages of options to explore. I spent [insert embarrassing number] of hours … Continue reading

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Another Useful List

… of useful tools (including a website of random lists). Everyone has there own list of useful web 2.0 tips/sources for teachers; this presentation is Simon Ward’s list. The injection of humor and random technology facts made the presentation unique. … Continue reading

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Frontline: Digital Nation

With the cold weather and snow, last night felt like a cool time to curl up on the couch and watch TV. I did not like any of the options – until I saw Frontline. This is not a program … Continue reading

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Attempt at Paperless

One of this year’s school initiatives was to try and use less paper (they said the real goal was paperless, but they are cautiously optimistic about change in one year). Almost my entire class is managed through Moodle/Wikis/Blogs anyway, so … Continue reading

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TPR Storytelling

Last week I attended a TPR Storytelling workshop. I had been to one last summer, so I was still an amateur, but I was able to soak up more of the suggestions. My basic  definition of TPRS: Teaching students how … Continue reading

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El Cell

Quick vent: the district Moodle site has been down since Thursday.  It is not the end of the world. The students were happy they could not take their Moodle quiz on Friday.  I am having to get creative and re-visit … Continue reading

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Inspiration Updated

I was inspired by the previous two versions of the Did You Know? videos, so I wanted to include the updated version too. This is Did You Know? 4.0 Hmmm… more focus on the use of mobile devices to spread … Continue reading

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