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Teachers: How to #EdChat

Why Are Teachers Using Twitter? It is safe to say no other social media has been co-opted into education like Twitter.  A recent post by one of the founders of #EdChat, @Tom Whitby, sums the relationship between Twitter and educators nicely:… Continue Reading →

Anticipating #ISTE2015

It takes me a while to get ready for an ISTE conference, the International Society for Technology in Education’s annual conference, and #ISTE2015 is like no exception. Last year the Atlanta conference was 50 miles away from our Georgia district and… Continue Reading →

#EdTech Tools for Any Teacher

Ishan of EdCoogle asked me a question the other day, on what I would recommend as three edtech tools for science teachers just starting in the classroom. Just Three #EdTech Tools If you limit me to just three tools they will be… Continue Reading →

Features of Successful Online Learning Environments

Features of Successful Online Learning Environments No matter whether examining your personal learning network, PLN, or a learning management system, LMS, the online learning environment probably has these features if it is successful. Consider the features of any successful online learning environment … Click To… Continue Reading →

Why is Blogging Important to Teaching and Learning? #EdBlogaDay

Blogging? How does it Relate to Teaching and Learning? Discussions @gcouros posted earlier this week The Power of a Good Lecture where he challenged the notion that ‘the person talking is doing all the learning.’ I happen to agree with him, allow me… Continue Reading →

Twitter Tools #AprilBlogaDay

Last December I completed the post: Top 13 Things I Tweeted about in 2013, clearly not thinking ahead to 2014 and the *one* more thing I would feel pressured to chronicle this year. While the exercise was very introspective for me,… Continue Reading →

Twitter in Education #AprilBlogaDay

April 2015 I hit 10,000 tweets…I didn’t know I had that much to say. However, I have to say that I am very happy with my current relationship to Twitter. Twitter in education is not the same as in our… Continue Reading →

Educational Blogging: Read, Comment, Write #AprilBlogaDay

So maybe you are not ready to start educational blogging just yet. That is okay. I have some steps which will gradually move you closer to that goal. Read The first step is to start reading the great wealth of… Continue Reading →

How has Social Media Impacted You? #AprilBlogaDay

Post 16/30 for #AprilBlogaDay When I think about social media, I am really talking about Twitter and everything else is secondary to me. What Twitter has done for my career is the opposite of the dismal news you hear about… Continue Reading →

Passion Project: Personalized Professional Learning

Today #AprilBlogaDay asked what is my passion project? Before I answered, I took a look at what I really pour myself into at work and came up with personalized professional learning.   I am lucky. I am in a sweet spot… Continue Reading →

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