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Video Tutorials for Sharing Resources with Colleagues

January16

I wrote two blog posts this school year with ideas on how to share resources with colleagues: Use the Google Classroom Reuse Post Feature to Share Assignments and Resources with Colleagues and Team Drives – What’s That? I since have made these ideas into video tutorials for a professional development day in my district. Please check […]

Google Hangouts – Giving Them a Try with Students!

February28

A few years ago when Skype first came on the scene, I worked with some teachers on collaborations that connected students with that tool. For example, we had students play instruments for each other via the video-conferencing software as well as set up a regular picture book reading session with Kindergartners in our district. It […]

Twitter in the Classroom

March19

Three years ago, I wrote my first post about Twitter. If you are looking for a way to keep parents informed in bite-sized portions, Twitter may be a good solution for you as it can integrate nicely into a parent’s handheld lifestyle. Likewise, Twitter can help students make connections in their learning. Once again, I […]

Delicious

January12

As I sit here pondering this week’s post, I have been checking out what’s going on in the Twitterverse of my PLN (Personal Learning Network). Some may call it procrastination, but I’d say it’s inspiration. This has been the scenario: Read a tweet. Click on link. Retweet and/or bookmark. Repeat. After several cycles, it occurred […]

Twitter

January5

By now, everyone has heard of Twitter. And many of you are thinking that’s just one more thing for me to manage… and who has time for it? And isn’t it really more for socializing anyway? Lots of people have blogged about the stages of Twitter acceptance. The number of steps vary, but they all […]

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