Life is hoppin’ — edtech and otherwise — at our school, and thought readers might (or might not!) find a quick update interesting/useful. I’ve begun my experiment of teaching one U.S. History class...Read More
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I began this blog about a year ago. From what I’ve seen in the education blogosphere, it appears to be customary to mark this occasion with a bunch of numbers — one thousand posts, five hundred comments, nine hundred...Read More
The rapid expansion of Web 2.0 applications is just amazing. One of the sites on my Best Web 2.0 Applications for Education — 2007 may be getting displaced, and now here’s another one that might get knocked...Read More
I’ve certainly been learning about some neat Web 2.0 applications lately! A couple of hours after I posted about Meemi possibly being used by my students to post their work if our District tech staff can’t get...Read More
I invited readers to send-in one-to-three things they learned in 2007. Quite a few of you shared and I have the privilege, in turn, of sharing your lessons here. I’ll start off with my three lessons: Writing a blog can...Read More
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