Happy Birthday CLmooc

Through play and collaboration, we understood the power of ideas shared in ever varied ways according to the best choice of presentation Continue reading Happy Birthday CLmooc

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 Continue reading Google Education Groups

#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

#nablopomo #nablopomoed #openspokes Day 28 Thankfulness

#nablopomo #nablopomoed  Blog A Day 28 Thankfulness…   … Thankfulness. Today I’m thankful for time to spend with my family — almost out the door for a wonderful visit — and for time to thank my PLN (most can be found on Continue reading #nablopomo #nablopomoed #openspokes Day 28 Thankfulness

#nablopomo #nablopomoed Best About PLN

#nablopomo #nablopomoed Day 14 The best thing about my PLN is… The best thing about my personal learning network / neighborhood is the relationships. We follow each other on Twitter and in blogs, Google hangout on topics of interest, and join Continue reading #nablopomo #nablopomoed Best About PLN

Connected Educators Are Learners #ce13 #ooe13

Why connect? Do you “google” what you don’t know to learn something? Do you connect through a cell phone, texting, Facebook, Google Plus, email, Twitter? If you participate in any two of those questions, you are already connected. But a Continue reading Connected Educators Are Learners #ce13 #ooe13

Intro #clmooc w #openspokes Transformation Reformation #teachtheweb

Summer (northern hemisphere) Thinking: What Could I Learn? Have you thought of building your PLN (Personal Learning Network)? Have you wondered how you could change your teaching to be more in tune with how kids want to learn today? How Continue reading Intro #clmooc w #openspokes Transformation Reformation #teachtheweb

#openspokes on Failure, Video Games, and Course Structure

http://flic.kr/p/eCqVpf As always, our Fellowship of the Open Spokes inspires me to reflect on improving the learning and teaching in my classroom. This week’s topic is failure, and that has far-reaching implications for both students and teachers. Please look at Continue reading #openspokes on Failure, Video Games, and Course Structure

#openspokes challenge: Failure

failure.003, a photo by teach.eagle on Flickr. Open Spokes Challenge Topic: Failure “The language we use is important, and so I think it is important that we have these discussions to tease-out what we mean, and as Varena says, create Continue reading #openspokes challenge: Failure