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#clmooc Welcome and Introduction

Welcome to Summer!   Have you considered what you will learn this summer? How about a summer connecting with other educators and making stuff? That’s what CLMOOC is all about: Making Learning Connected so we can update and revitalize our…

Resilience

Resilience: A ReMix of “Bent But Not Broken” Created with Haiku Deck, the free presentation app Resilience. For yourself. For your students. My friend Susan Spellman-Cann created the HaikuDeck and a blogpost, “Bent But Not Broken” to guide us in…

The Sunshine Elevens

Happy New Year ! Eloquence. Contemplation. Whenever I read the work of Terry Elliot, those words describe how I feel, and I know I’m in for a time well spent on contemplating his ideas. And now he’s tagged me in…

#nablopomo #nablopomoed Chores

Blog A Day 16 Chores and Other Matters It’s Saturday, which I’ve written about here — our favorite day, really, for our minds, bodies, and spirit. They combine work and play, and chores. My main chore is laundry: it’s piled up…

#RSCON4 Inspirations for #CE13

Don’t miss your chance! Teachers now have access to free quality professional development via current online technologies. Experience this live with thousands of educators from around the globe by listening to the 4th annual Reform Symposium Online Conference, RSCON, which…

Questioning…

Questioning myself discovered my students need to ask questions also. As I start the new year, I ask questions of my practice and of my students’ practice. What is it that prevents students from learning, or from showing their learning?…

Writing Today #clmooc in the future

Writing. It’s thinking. It’s planning. It’s research. It’s design. It’s everything about being a digital learner, and more for connected learners. If you aren’t sure what that means, visit the National Writing Project’s Digital Is community,  DML’s Connected Learning site,…

#clmooc #toyhack Being Yourself

Week 2 of #clmooc is #toyhack provided us with a chance to hack something tangible and familiar. Its purpose was to help us stretch out to experience “the make.” In the Twitter Chat, Joe Dillon reminded us that we are “developing…