I’ve been thinking about this “Choose your own adventure,” and “curating multiple paths to learning” that Ben Wilkoff suggests in his Learning is Change series. My response is this: Choose A Motivating Environment #etmooc from Sheri Edwards on Vimeo. Continue reading Adventures: A Choice #etmooc
How do you build a PLN? Take a risk. Be JoLLE: Join, Lurk, Learn, Extend. In 2011 Denise Krebs and I began an adventure, and I am forever grateful for the friends and support that have been shared back and Continue reading A Digital PLN Story #etmooc
I’m behind ( need rhizome post) and ahead (digital storytelling) — racing like a turtle and I can’t keep up, yet I add to the story with a segment from past post from 2009 because of this encouraging post by Continue reading Digital Story Telling Poetry – A Project #etmooc
In the image above you see part of the “hubs” of my world, from local to global, personal to professional. If you click the image, it takes you to my Flickr image, complete with links. From each of these parts Continue reading Expanding Hubs Vlog 2 #etmooc
If I’m conversing with my global partner, my partner is my teacher. After the conversation and chat in the webinar for #etmooc, I needed to reflect on how connected learning looks at the middle school level. And, of course, Denise, Continue reading Connected In The Middle #etmooc #midleved
Small Universe: My Hub I’m still getting a handle on this #etmooc. And I think I’ve got it. If you are still unsure, just watch the video at The Clever Sheep by Rodd Lucier. He discusses the hub of our Continue reading Expanding Universes #etmooc #midleved
Do you wonder how to organize all the ideas you want to keep so you can do something with them? I’ve been introduced to Storify, Pearltrees, and IFTTT as ways to annotate and organize those bits of information I want to synthesize and share Continue reading You Are What You Curate #ETMOOC
1 #ETMOOC : What are we to do? First, connect with others and consider their ideas. Connect & Consider I started the #ETMOOC not knowing anything, except that I could connect with a massive number of amazing people. I floundered awhile and connected Continue reading Journey: Connect, Consider, Converse, Curate, #ETMOOC
In my classroom at the end of the day, I wondered what could I share about me? Here’s the contribution: About Me #ETMOOC In the Classroom from Sheri Edwards on Vimeo. What Else? This is a question we ask Continue reading Introduction #ETMOOC In My Classroom
#etmooc January-March, 2013 A journey of connected conversation with colleagues, newly noticed… What is it? et: educational technology mooc: massive open online course massive: hundreds of participants open: free and open to all online: all online course: personalized course: Continue reading My About #etmooc: What is it?
Overwhelmed. Learning. Connecting. Contributing. Moving forward. However, Ben Wilkoff reminds us that: Please join this vialogue with Ben’s vlog, “Mutually Beneficial Friction: How We Stop Skimming The Surface Of Ideas” which includes an excerpt from Rodd Lucier’s socialcam post, “Like Spokes Continue reading Coalesced Connections at #etmooc
Are you hesitant to join in the global conversations around the world? Are you overwhelmed by the amount of information flowing towards you? One way to join the conversation and sort out the information is to start a blog to Continue reading Connected Educator Blogging Challenge
Have you joined twitter? Are you lurking on the sidelines to learn from others? Are you retweeting? Have you started blogging? Are you participating in the Connected Educator’s Month Blogging Challenge? Between tweeting and blogging, I know have many new Continue reading Join us and Extend the Conversation – Jump In!
My Friend Joy Kirr, 7th grade LA teacher from Illinois, wants to do it all — learn all the time and apply that learning in the classroom to inspire and encourage her students. Read what she says here: Our Genius Continue reading I want to do it all… and remind me…
Tomorrow, June 4th starts the first day of a writing adventure for teachers and librarians. author Kate Messner and her author colleagues will inspire teachers and librarians to wiggle their wings to tickle the threads of imagination and reach out Continue reading Teachers Write!