Digital Storytelling… ummmmm

So, truth be told, I AM a storyteller.  You can kinda tell from the way I write my blog posts I keep it a wee bit poetic and conversational.  Well, yeah, sorta.  I'm thinking of how I want to do this.  I already have a story I have written; a novel actually.  I'd like to …

Connecting: One Last Thought – Connectivism and the Introvert

Still trying to catch up with things, I'm listening to Sue Waters talk about the ins and outs of Blogging with Your Students and I am thinking about my class website/blog and all the trouble I've been having getting my students to blog. Naturally, I have my over achievers, who are blogging their little hearts …

Connecting: Moving Forward

I have been so busy this week with things in my classroom and my teacher leadership class as part of my masters program that I haven't had time to stop and smell the #etmooc until today.  So, while listening to George Couros talk about connecting to your administrators and using social media in a way …

Connecting: Classroom Projects

I've always felt to was important to be aware of how others in the world live, work and play.  I remember having a pen pal, from Arizona, when I was in 3rd grade.  We've lost touch, but I'll always remember discovering truths about Native Americans, seeing pictures of the different ecosystems and learning a little …

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Good stuff! http://timpanogos.wordpress.com/2013/01/27/darrells-corollaries-of-education-technology-no-good-work-goes-unpunished-most-opportunities-missed/