#write2connect Share

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penOne of the ways my PLN and I #write2connect is to share what we know and what we’ve learned.

Here’s an example:

Just watched an amazing webinar from PBS Learning Media by Leslie Fisher:

You can watch the archives at  PBS Learning Media  and find more info on the Leslie Fisher website.

Enter to win iPads for your class.

Remind everyone with Remind 101 — free
Learn about cell phones in the classroom: CellPhones in Learning
A great book on Teaching Generation Tech
A great free lesson site: BlendSpace — up in minutes for each class; works on all devices. Just made this one in minutes: Write a Novel?
A great way to create a website — and set up classes with your students (free) Weebly

Share your screen — any device ScreenLeap

Explain everything with iPad app Explain Everything — and share it to be read on any device.

Create an interactive free site for quizzes, including a whiteboard, and more. Infuse Learning  Watch the video; you won’t believe how easy it is.

What are your favorite tools?

Did you notice that all of these involve writing and communicating!  Let’s get started…writing to connect…

  • Write reminders
  • Write / text with smartphones
  • Write what you know about Teaching generation tech
  • Write lessons for any device
  • Write your ideas / lessons/ shares on your own Weebly / Google Site/ Wiki / Blog websites
  • Write and share it with a ShareLeap
  • Write to explain
  • Write and receive responses from your students with Infuse Learning or Socrative

Let’s write…


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  2 comments for “#write2connect Share

  1. Susan Angel
    October 22, 2013 at 6:06 am

    Thank you for this and yesterday’s post on connecting and student learning. So helpful!

    • October 22, 2013 at 6:18 pm

      Thanks, Susan! That’s our #write2connect and connected educator goal: share / help.
      Thanks for stopping by!

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