a blue landscape
by Sheri Edwards • • 0 Comments
a blue landscape
What are blog shorts? Blog shorts are short posts that serve a variety of purposes, but are purposely short for either the audience or the author.
“What will I write about?” is a question often asked by new bloggers. For just getting started, start short. Here’s how!
Sometimes we need a break, a time to just reflect on a moment — like today with sun melting the snow, revealing the browned grass, soaking its melt into the dormant earth as my kitten explored the outside for her first outing.
How about a poem?
Looking for a creative way to post an image with a Slice of Life story this March?
If I hadn’t set my calendar goals, I would have missed out on the opportunity to learn from others and then share for others.
We seek our answers and converse and share with others through blogs, Twitter, online communities. We make sense of the information and adapt and remix to fit our own situation. We share out we learned. It’s a process of curation in a community of practice.
“Digest of Internet Information, Groups and Other stuff.” — a powerful tool that aids in serious research and annotation of the web.
Google Keep to annotate articles and websites — and so much more!
Connected Learners seem to find each other– we gather together to learn from each other about similar interests and passions.
What is Evernote? Evernote is a very searchable note-taking application that syncs to every device and is noted for being able to search even text within pictures. There are many options now for note-taking, but I’ve been using Evernote from…
image tricks, Creative Commons, Fair Use
Ever wondered what the chatter is about FlipGrid?
Thank you Classroom 2.0 Live for the Saturday morning [9 am Pacific] “in your pjs” interactive professional development to present the possibilities that technology could bring to the classroom, possibilities for assessment, collaboration, communication, search, critical thinking, and so much more.
Relationships come first, followed by student choice and voice. Almost from day one of my teaching, those two things were important for my students to choose to learn.