CLmooc f5f Coloring

CLmooc is an experiment in connected learning, which means that people participate in a peer-supported, interest-powered, production-centered, academically-oriented, and openly-networked community of learners. Continue reading CLmooc f5f Coloring

#edblogaday 1 Lots of Cs

  Why is blogging important to teaching and learning? Consider Teaching is all about learning, and discovering what works to inspire learning is a thoughtful, reflective process. What works? What doesn’t? Will it work next time? Will this lesson work for Continue reading #edblogaday 1 Lots of Cs

#Digilit Sunday Google Apps and iPads

    DigiLit Sunday is a Sunday post on literacy, an invitation by Margaret Simon, to share literacy strategies and tools for the classroom. This week’s list of bloggers: Sunday, September 21, 2014.    What I learned on Twitter on Sunday…. Tips Continue reading #Digilit Sunday Google Apps and iPads

#clmooc #light #constellation collaboration

  Chief Astronaut: Kevin Hodgson In Week 5, our challenge was light. How do we make and write with light? Under the inspiration of Kevin Hodgson , we were invited to remake the night sky with our own constellations and stories. Continue reading #clmooc #light #constellation collaboration

#clmooc #constellation Three Brown Dots

  Three Brown Dots of the Southern Sky  To say the name is to say the story. Three Brown Dots Long ago when we people struggled for survival, we found a friend in the wolf. Yes, often he tagged along Continue reading #clmooc #constellation Three Brown Dots

#clmooc #k6diglit Invitation to Stay Connected

Margaret Simon asks a question: Tapping Student Connections How do we tap into student interests and create online learning environments for them to connect to and learn from?  That is the question for DigLit Sunday bloggers from Margaret Simon.  And Continue reading #clmooc #k6diglit Invitation to Stay Connected

#nablopomo #nablopomoed Day 21 Learning Strategy

#nablopomo #nablopomoed  Blog A Day  21 A great strategy for encouraging learning is… collaborative groups.  There is one thing I like about the Common Core State Standards. That is that they expect students to work collaboratively to build understanding, share concepts, and Continue reading #nablopomo #nablopomoed Day 21 Learning Strategy

#leadershipday13 Answer: How Do Busy Administrators find time?

Each year Scott McLeod challenges us to challenge our administrators to move forward with technology for the learning processes of our schools. Thursday, August 15, 2013 is #leadershipday13. How do busy administrators find time to do all the tasks expected Continue reading #leadershipday13 Answer: How Do Busy Administrators find time?

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

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