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Glenn Hervieux

A Principal's Reflections: The Limitations of Being a Disconnected Nomad - 0 views

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    "It seems like just yesterday that I was a disconnected nomad working hard to maintain the status quo and conform to a rigid system commonly known as education. You see, prior to 2009 I was adamantly opposed to even the thought of using social media for both personal and professional reasons. As a building level leader burdened by endless responsibilities, I could not fathom wasting even a precious minute in what I saw as a perpetual time sap. " Read the rest of this post to see how Eric discovered being connected on social media and engaging in conversations with passionate educators has transformed his work in education.
Glenn Hervieux

Establishing A Growth Mindset As A Teacher: 9 Affirming Statements - 3 views

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    Terry Heick, Curriculum Director, etc. wrote this short blog post with a nice graphic aimed at helping us look at self-talk that encourages a "Growth Mindset." I like this statement in the post:

    "While teachers are constantly admonished to change, there is very little dialogue as to what that kind of change looks like, exactly how to go about making that sort of change in the face of local expectations, and maybe most critically, what kind of "internal coaching" a teacher might start with to establish the kind of thinking position of mindset that promotes fluid change."
Glenn Hervieux

Twitter Is My Teacher Superpower: 5 Steps to Make it Yours | Jo-Ann Fox - 4 views

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    Joann Fox (AppEducation.com), a member of my PLN, shares how she's made Twitter her top Personal Learning activity and how you can, too. Oh, yeah, she's a CA teacher like you, except she does 4th grade...and is a blogger, San Diego Co. Teacher of Year, CA , co-founder of #CAedchat, #EdCampSD organizer, and Google Certified Teacher. She's a connected teacher.
Glenn Hervieux

AppEducation | Twitter is a Teacher Superpower! - 1 views

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    This post explains the "why" and "how" of Twitter in teacher friendly terms. Joanne Fox is an elementary ed. teacher who helps moderate #Caedchat on Sunday evenings when she's not teaching and tweeting. Make Twitter your Superpower as a teacher or administrator.
Glenn Hervieux

Stages of PLN adoption | The Thinking Stick - 7 views

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    This is a helpful look at the stages many go through as they begin the journey of building a PLN. I've read a couple of posts by those extending themselves into the realm of connected relationships online: Chez Vivian "Oh, what a tangled web we weave" - http://goo.gl/CFnKv & Fenella Olynick: "Staying the Course: Connections, Reciprocity, and the Web" http://goo.gl/H8UKp
Glenn Hervieux

You Never Know How Close You are to Your Dreams - image - 1 views

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    Here is an inspirational image. I'll use this in professional development settings and to encourage my PLN members.
Glenn Hervieux

#etmooc (Written June 2012): Why Networks Matter | Penny Bentley - 3 views

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    Great rationale for why networks matter. Peggy Bentlley does a marvelous job of using Tweets to support the points she makes in her blog post. Must read!
Betty-Ann Xenis

Web Service's 2.0 | Flickr - Photo Sharing! - 2 views

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    Graphic of a PLN -- or at least, all the possibilities
Betty-Ann Xenis

#etmooc Blog - 1 views

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    My PLN
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