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Digital Storytelling as a Morning Meeting Activity

February19

Responsive Classrooms always are looking for morning meeting activities that are fun and energize students for the day. If the students can warm up and use their brains, too, it’s even better! Recently, I learned about Pechaflickr from Alan Levine‘s #ETMOOC session: Web Storytelling: 50 Ways, 5-Card Flickr & Pecha Flickr. The gist of the […]

Five Card Story

February12

Five Card Story: Willpower a #etmooc story created by mssanderson_ITS flickr photo by ncaramanico flickr photo by Henriksent flickr photo by cogdogblog flickr photo by mrsdkrebs flickr photo by cogdogblog Mmmmmmm… yum. Can’t I just have one? Or twenty? I’ll need to wear out my sneakers to work that off. “Blahhh…Go ahead, we eat anything […]

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 […]

Six Word Stories: A Few Ideas

February12

I was introduced to the idea of the Six Word Story during the digital storytelling topic in #ETMOOC. For those who do not know, there is a legend that Ernest Hemingway once composed a six word story in order to win a bet. His winning story: For sale: baby shoes, never used. Today, there is […]

Promoting & Sharing Your Classroom Blog

February5

You’ve set up a classroom blog. It has an eye-catching theme, and you’ve included tons of pages to help the students and parents know the expectations of the classroom. You even write a post updating the latest happenings. Maybe, you have your students writing posts, too. So how come no one is reading it? I’d […]

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