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Lisa Noble

Reflecting on the 2013-2014 School Year | EA Pre-K to 2nd Technology - 3 views

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    Amazing reflection on a year in primary with a digital focus.
Rhonda Jessen

ETMOOC Anniversary - LiveBinder - 1 views

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    Susan's LiveBinder for ETMOOC Anniversary Posts
Glenn Hervieux

Why You Can't Click "Publish" | Ideas and Thoughts - 5 views

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    Dean Shareski brings up a vital discussion around the fears we have in "publishing" online and what this space is really for: CONVERSATION. Take the time to read this, as it will impact the way you view publishing and provide discussion points with colleagues and students. 
Glenn Hervieux

The Ultimate Guide to Leaving Comments On Blogs - 3 views

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    Nice guide to leaving comments on blogging and why commenting is a good idea.
Glenn Hervieux

What Would You Have Said? How one teacher responded to a challenging comment - 5 views

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    Kathy Cassidy, first grade teacher, received a challenging comment on her blog, regarding her classroom blog and protecting her students. She shares masterfully, and with kindness, to the comment. Want a rationale for classroom blogging? Find some of that in her reply.
Glenn Hervieux

Personal Blogging | Edublogs Teacher Challenges - 0 views

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    Step by step tutorial on how to get started with blogging by Sue Waters of Edublogs. Sue is part of my PLN and is my go to person when I have questions about blogging. She's wonderful!
Glenn Hervieux

Student Blogs: Digital Portfolios | Primary Tech - 7 views

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    Although this is written with younger students in mind, there are some good ideas of the skills all beginning bloggers need to learn, how to organize posts in a spreadsheet and track posts using Feedly, an RSS reader. Some good ideas for the classroom teacher. If 4th graders can blog, why not older students?
Glenn Hervieux

Using Blogs to Help Students Develop Global Awareness - video - 4 views

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    Linda Yollis, an award-winning 3rd grade teacher, made this video with her students to share how they have used blogs to learn the importance of connecting online with others online, about Digital Footprints and Internet safety, and sharing their voice. I think you'll enjoy it and hopefully think about the ways you encourage students to make their writing/learning visible and connect with others, whether it be a blog or an interactive online discussion. 
Glenn Hervieux

Ideas for Managing Academic Blogs - 2 views

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    Richard Byrne helps readers clarify how to use blogs in teaching practice, including the use of blogs with students. It will help give you some ideas of how to meet your objectives with some different approaches. 
Al Smith

Peeking Into Division 18: Why Do We Learn On-Line? - 4 views

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    Why do we learn online?
Alec Couros

#PSD70 #Blogging #Presentation #Portfolio - Google Drive - 1 views

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    Classroom blogging as a portfolio - a Google Doc.
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