#clmooc Blog Conversations

 Photo Credit: Collin Key via Compfight   What is a conversation? A conversation, the give and take of ideas among people. We converse in the hallway, at dinner, or any time we meet. We listen to the stories of our friends, and we Continue reading #clmooc Blog Conversations

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

Connected Learning #ce13 #clmooc

Once again I am inspired by the conversation encouraged from the people at the National Writing Project and The Connected Learning site . I received my email newsletter, The National Writing Project Daily, and found the link to the live webinar discussion of “CONNECTING TO Continue reading Connected Learning #ce13 #clmooc

#write2connect Session with Stephen Downes #ce13

  What a joy this Sunday morning to listen to Stephen Downes. Through an email invitation — a  connection,  from WizIQ on Friday, I added the event to my calendar, a connection for Sunday’s NCTE National Day of Writing, whose focus Continue reading #write2connect Session with Stephen Downes #ce13

#RSCON4 Inspirations for #CE13

Don’t miss your chance! Teachers now have access to free quality professional development via current online technologies. Experience this live with thousands of educators from around the globe by listening to the 4th annual Reform Symposium Online Conference, RSCON, which Continue reading #RSCON4 Inspirations for #CE13

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