Blast from the Past: A Start to Blog with Students

learned, collaborated, and published in authentic ways using digital citizenship Continue reading Blast from the Past: A Start to Blog with Students

Curation: A Side Note

An important part of curation is to share the information in annotated form so others can discuss and add to the information. But what if the “curation” in your “stream” is misinformation? And it’s in your Echo Chamber? Continue reading Curation: A Side Note

Classroom Live Archives

Thank you Classroom 2.0 Live for the Saturday morning [9 am Pacific] “in your pjs” interactive professional development to present the possibilities that technology could bring to the classroom, possibilities for assessment, collaboration, communication, search, critical thinking, and so much more. Continue reading Classroom Live Archives

Blogging With Students

“It’s every teacher’s dream. Students are no longer writing for a grade or for their teacher. Instead, they are writing for their peers and generating their own topics. Can this really be possible?” Continue reading Blogging With Students

Cater Truth Literacy

I’ve been enjoying the course offered by KQED, “Finding and Evaluating Information. The course authors have added a wealth of information and links for helping all of us, adults and students, better evaluate the information around us in physical and Continue reading Cater Truth Literacy

Slice of Life Possibilities

  It’s March Slice of Life Challenge by the Two Writing Teachers: Write a slice of your life every day —  a moment of an any day or every day experience. Write it so others can live through it. How Continue reading Slice of Life Possibilities

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