It’s been a couple of weeks now since Google rebranded their Google Apps offerings to…
I’m not on Twitter as much these days, but the other day I couldn’t help myself. I tend to be a snarky tweeter. The other day was no exception:
We remix and weave our way into the world,
a sort of tapestry of ideas,
connected, then not, then again
we connect in hopes of understanding
ourselves as much as the other.
What affect, if any, could/does being a connected educator have on your classroom?
I know how to use the internet. I know how to google lesson plans. I use pinterest for cheesy holiday party ideas and games. I find worksheets on…
This is the last time I’ll put quotes around this, I promise.
The Connected Educator, by Sheryl Nussbaum-Beach and Lani Ritter Hall, provides a thorough introduction…
I was recently participant in a discussion that involved mostly lawyers, a few web developers, a couple of teachers, and me. A motley crew, for sure, but it made for lively discussion. We touched on travel, language, beer, and a few current…