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#Digilit Sunday Google Apps and iPads

    DigiLit Sunday is a Sunday post on literacy, an invitation by Margaret Simon, to share literacy strategies and tools for the classroom. This week’s list of bloggers: Sunday, September 21, 2014.    What I learned on Twitter on Sunday…. Tips…

Google Education Groups

There’s an exciting thing in the Google World — Google Educator Groups [GEG ] in each state. We’ve even got one in Washington State: GEG WA   I just watched the recording of our first virtual meetup, hosted by +Justin…

#DigiLit Organize Twitter PLN Lists

    DigiLit Sunday It’s Sunday!  DigiLit Sunday is a Sunday post on literacy, an invitation by Margaret Simon, to share literacy strategies and tools for the classroom. This week’s list of bloggers: Sunday, Aug 24, 2014 Question: My Twitter is…

DigiLit Sunday #clmooc Writing

  DigiLit Sunday DigiLit Sunday is a Sunday post on literacy, an invitation by Margaret Simon, to share literacy strategies and tools for the classroom. This week I’m rethinking the writing process and tools. Prior to digital tools, students would…

#clmooc Light Connections

   What could we do for Light? How about neon poetry?  Ask, and the challenge is accepted . That is the spirit of #clmooc    Here is our finished collaboration with poets Sheri Edwards Kevin Hodgson Susan Watson Terry Elliott…

#clmooc Make Log List Reflection

Reflections and Connections #clmooc             Make Cycle 1 Make Log Questions from our Reflections and Connections suggestions: What I’ve Made So Far What did you learn from what you’ve already made? What makes inspired you to…

#clmooc Starts Monday June 16

It’s Monday (or almost) and time to play! Build your personal learning network. Lurk and learn from others who are creating and making. Join in and make yourself or make together. Share and use ideas in the Make Bank. Read…

#clmooc MMM Make More Memes

Memes: a media element spread on the internet, altered by others, and added to the internet’s dispersed collections. They are fun, often humorous, and sometimes satirical. They can be informative. Dogtrax [ Kevin Hodgson] invites us to continue the #clmooc…

#clmooc How To Be Me Guide

  Brainstorm Creating a How To Guide seemed daunting, but Chris Butts’s guide mentioned the word recipe, so that become my organizational structure. Since this will be public and sharable, I thought I’d create a more generic image of my…

#clmooc Make Log

Make Log for CLMOOC Documenting #clmooc activities….  What is an alternative to Flickr’s portfolio? I jumped back to my thinklink.com site [ they have a summer challenge also ]. I found my makes, starting with two I started this year, taking…

#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…

Whose image is it?

I love poster images and inspirational quotes. Sometimes they just make my day or encourage me to keep going. Images create emotional responses and so are a powerful addition to our communications. But whose images do we use? I favorited…