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 Continue reading Resilience

#etmooc #etmchat Anniversary

From Susan Spellman-Cann we continue the gift of #ETMOOC and will enjoy an anniversary event complete with chats and Google Hangouts. Join the Post ETMOOC community and the #etmchat . What is ETMOOC… Here is Susan Spellman-Cann‘s explanation in HaikuDeck Created Continue reading #etmooc #etmchat Anniversary

A Twitter Idea #clmooc #etmooc #edquery #ce13

This month, I’ve asked a few questions on Twitter — used hashtags and asked PLN. I really needed more than a few responses, and I know the Twitter PLN is an awesome place for answers. I’m wondering if we need Continue reading A Twitter Idea #clmooc #etmooc #edquery #ce13

Congratulations for Truth

Have you read Verena Roberts post yet?  Did you congratulate her on receiving the iNACOL Innovative Practice award . You know she acknowledges it is because “of all of you out there who supported and helped facilitate open classroom projects over the last Continue reading Congratulations for Truth

#etmooc #clmooc Week 3 Reflection #f5f

#clmooc Week 3 Reflections How is what you create driven by your interests? Since this is voluntary learning, it’s all based on interests; I have no preconception or grade to concern me. I love being inspired by those who jump Continue reading #etmooc #clmooc Week 3 Reflection #f5f

UnFinal Reflection #etmooc #etmetc

  How do you plan on staying connected to the people and the ideas? This unfinal post for #etmooc reviews the path I now take with others to continue the journey: #etmooc continues to drop it’s pebble of ideas into the Continue reading UnFinal Reflection #etmooc #etmetc

Digital Literacy: Ownership #etmooc

Who owns our data? Our School Our school encourages in our daily work and curricula a continuous emphasis on digital citizenship and digital safety; we practice citizenship in our classrooms, virtual and in reality. This discussion and practice we hope Continue reading Digital Literacy: Ownership #etmooc

Digital Literacies Education #etmooc

Think… If you are connected to and participating in a personal learning network, then you understand the culture of today’s connected and public world. Perhaps you have created lessons and projects using Google Docs, a Wiki, or Twitter to collaborate Continue reading Digital Literacies Education #etmooc

Digital Adventure Story-5 Slides-5 Artists-2 Stories #etmooc

We’re on our way to 5 adventure stories. Enjoy our presentation (here’s how we started- Adventure Collaboration ). Who are we? @gallit_z   @MsLHall   @lindapemik   @mrsdkrebs  @grammasheri Imagine your own story as you flip through the slides 1-6. On slide seven Continue reading Digital Adventure Story-5 Slides-5 Artists-2 Stories #etmooc

Week Two #etmooc Goals

Goals for #etmooc, reviewed: As I embarked on this journey in #etmooc , I asked these questions: Given the access, technology, resources, and requirements available to me, how can I create a classroom world reflective of what my students need in Continue reading Week Two #etmooc Goals

Learn everywhere #etmooc #ceetopen popcorn

We learn everywhere… In #etmooc and #ceetopen, we encourage collaborative learning by challenging each other to try building artifacts that demonstrate understanding. Our #ceetopen participants (and my PLN buddies Scott Boylen and Denise Krebs ) recorded very short videos of Continue reading Learn everywhere #etmooc #ceetopen popcorn

An Adventure — Digital Story Collaboration #etmooc #ceetopen

An Adventure in 5 by GrammaSheri How do you create an adventure story? You invite your Professional / Personal Learning Neighborhood to join in on the fun! Inspired by Digital StoryTelling #etmooc number seven (Choose Your Own Adventure), I adapted Continue reading An Adventure — Digital Story Collaboration #etmooc #ceetopen

Remix: Beauty of Connected Stories #etmooc

Stories: crystals of life held for time… A remix…   Watch Darren Kuropatwa‘s archived session here, learn from Darren’s Slides and find more resources here. During the session Darren asked participants to record and share 5 seconds of video with him via DropitTOme and Continue reading Remix: Beauty of Connected Stories #etmooc

Tracking Your Own Story: Memolane #etmooc

Have you thought of what your own footprint looks like? Or the story it tells? Imagine students curating their footprints — and able to see how their world reaches back through their connections? In the Digital Story Telling review, I Continue reading Tracking Your Own Story: Memolane #etmooc