Tag Archives: Social Networking

Fourth Grade Twitter Project

Quick review: Cashed in my Scholastic Book Club points on a Nexus 7 tablet for my classroom. It is set up for my classroom Google accounts so class reporters can pick it up and tweet during the day. *@SunningdaleRm7* I … Continue reading

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Tweeting Class Learning and Life

After a brief Twitter conversation, I decided to cash in all of my Scholastic points on a Nexus Tablet. I’m going to use it in my classroom initially for a classroom Twitter Project. I was reading about classroom Tweeting this … Continue reading

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Hundreds of Kilos of my 2 Cents Worth

or… Dean Shareski gave me a prize for talking too much I may have shared this anecdote before on this blog so indulge me. When I was fifteen and taking a confirmation class I had what seems like a transformative … Continue reading

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Lunch and a Conversation with Denmark

Along with a whimsical name, Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan boasts a Canadian Armed Forces Base that serves as a NATO training base. I’ve enjoyed working with a number of young people from Europe as a result. They come and go. One … Continue reading

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Googledoc in WordPress

I should not be surprised that embedding a Googledoc poll into my blog works without any difficulty. I am becoming excited by the possibilities. This quick poll was designed to go in my wikispace. I realized that some respondents might … Continue reading

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Putting my money where my mouth is…

Should teachers and students be ‘friends’ on social networking sites? Classroom 2.0 Discussion I notice this morning another class member has tried to ‘friend’ me on Facebook. I’ll probably add her to my limited list. She is nine so I … Continue reading

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Embeddy

Waves can be embedded in WordPress blogs. There is a catch, however; waves are not really public. The wave embedded on one of my pages is public to anyone with a Wave account, but otherwise not. I think in order … Continue reading

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What are we doing?

I thought I had a bad day and then I remembered of how my day began and how it ended. The day began when I reluctantly shifted out of my comfortable living room chair intensely conscious that I had only … Continue reading

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Private wikispaces to insure confidentiality

I was writing digital portfolios into  my Professional Growth Plan  and I raised the issue of student confidentiality. Creating a students presence on the Internet is problematic. Four of my students have parental restrictions on the posting of either personal … Continue reading

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My | Prezi and collateral learning

My | Prezi. Two days have passed and I have not commented on my Tuesday Digital Portfolio Session. My schedule is too tight for quiet reflection at the moment and the Outlook To Do list is growing, not contracting at … Continue reading

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