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Digital Citizenship: Shouldn’t It Begin in Preschool?

April2

I subscribe to a parenting website and receive weekly email alerts about developmental milestones and topics relevant to my child’s age. Recently, I read a post: Your 3 3/4-year-old: Computer Ready? Perhaps, it’s my profession, or better yet, maybe, it’s my experiences and the topics presented during #ETMOOC that had me scratching my head and […]

Community-Sourced Project

February12

The #ETMOOC lip dub inspired me to make a community-sourced Abbot School Pledge & Code of Conduct video. Staff were asked to submit a video recording of themselves reciting the pledge or code of conduct in a recent post and email. Below is an excerpt from the original email: I want to create a video […]

Crowdsourcing: A Connected Learning Experience

February5

I took a risk and participated in a crowdsourced lip dub for #ETMOOC. What did I take away from this experience? Teamwork: I was just one of the many people who signed up. I worked hard to get my section right (following the guidelines) and submitted on time, but then I had to rely on […]

Connected Learning

January22

Recently, I attended an #ETMOOC session on connected learning. (To find out about more about this course, please read this previous post.) Below are my thoughts as well as a project proposal for Abbot School. In today’s world, if you want to know how to do something, you don’t have to wait. The answer is […]

Building Community in Your Classroom Resource

June1

I would like to share this wonderful resource that was passed along to me via Twitter a few months ago. Martin Jorgensen, a member of my PLN, created Building Community in Your Classroom as an extension of his web site, The Digital Narrative. This resource is a great idea generator and quick start guide for […]

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