Curation: Weaving the Web

We seek our answers and converse and share with others through blogs, Twitter, online communities. We make sense of the information and adapt and remix to fit our own situation. We share out we learned. It’s a process of curation in a community of practice. Continue reading Curation: Weaving the Web

#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?

Liebster: Discover New Blogs

  What an honor! Liebster (sweetheart / beloved — we love blogging) Blog Award! Thank you Laura Coughlin at Love::Teaching for sharing this fun award. I see this as an award that recognizes the uniqueness of “smaller” bloggers — those with Continue reading Liebster: Discover New Blogs

#clmooc #toyhack Being Yourself

Week 2 of #clmooc is #toyhack provided us with a chance to hack something tangible and familiar. Its purpose was to help us stretch out to experience “the make.” In the Twitter Chat, Joe Dillon reminded us that we are “developing Continue reading #clmooc #toyhack Being Yourself

Why I Teach #whyiteach

Twenty-seven years ago, after a wonderful lab school experience with plenty of practical experience at Eastern Washington University, I ventured into my own classroom to teach the subjects required in projects filled with language learning. I felt confident and competent, Continue reading Why I Teach #whyiteach

People Power

People Power Building Community Without community, a classroom is just a room. Without community, a class is just a crowd. A community of learners starts with discovering each person’s talents and builds on the relationships that develop from respectful discussions Continue reading People Power