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Matt Renwick

Project Time and How My Students Made It Theirs | Blogging Through the Fourth Dimension - 38 views

  • So project time is here to stay, with a few tweaks requested by the kids.  More resources, computers if they are available, and study hall rather than dedicated spelling time.
  • my students are examples of what can happen when we trust kids  to take control of their learning, when we give them freedom to learn.
Jennie Snyder

Getting to Know Your Blog: A Beginner's How-To-Guide | Langwitches Blog - 74 views

    A beginners guide to setting up a classroom blog
Jennie Snyder

Implementing Blogging in the Classroom | Langwitches Blog - 61 views

    Awesome site with lots of information on how to implement blogging in the classroom. 
Patricia Christian

Will Richardson - 5 views

    What happens to schools and classrooms and learning in a 2.0 world? New website for Will Richardson he will no longer be updating
    Will Richardson is know for his expertise in web technologies and its integration in student learning.  He is a resourceful individual worth gleaning from.
Peter Beens

Drop Everything and Blog « doug - off the record - 26 views

    Both schools have been supporters of the "Drop Everything and Read" concept. Observations over time have been that it has become a relatively passive activity - a good one - but still in need of something. So, they're going to experiment with a concept that they're calling "Drop Everything and Blog". The logic is one of scaffolding the concept. You can't really blog unless you have something to blog about. So, the initial attempt will be to have students and teachers blog about favourite books that they've read. Once blogged, classmates will be encouraged to read the original post and comment on it.
    Bring your "drop everything and read" literacy sessions up a notch -- how about "stop everything and blog". My personal suggestion with this -- use Google Documents and allow the option of simultaneous collaboration.
Steve Ransom

ReadWriteThink: Lesson Plan: Using Microblogging and Social Networking to Explore Chara... - 53 views

    Students use microblogging and social networking sites to trace the development of characters and examine writing style while reading a novel of manners such as Jane Austen's Emma.
Peter Olm

Thought Control. - 1 views

    Thinking, literacy and education in the middle years of schooling
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