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Read Aloud Book Club Idea

April25

This idea popped up today in my inbox from the Connected Classrooms Workshop Google+ Community. Love it! What a great way to commit yourself to reading out loud everyday in your classroom and to connect with other classes anywhere in the world. It’s such a simple plan using Twitter, too. Definitely am looking for people […]

Hoarders: iPad Edition

September24

Hi, my name is Lisa, and I’m an app hoarder. Everyday, I watch my PLN Twitter stream and subscribe to app review blogs all in hopes of snagging a FREE app. I download, download, download. All with good intentions, of course. That app may be good for grade 3. That app may be good for […]

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 […]

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 […]

Comments4Kids

February8

Will Richardson’s article “Publishers, Participants All” in the February 2011 Educational Leadership really struck me this week. We all tell our students and children not to talk to strangers. Safety is paramount whether we’re on the street or online. However, if we really want to get students embedded in a global community of sharing, we […]

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