#clmooc #digilit Sunday A Walk in Public Places

 A Walk in Public Places: My walk on Thursday Couldn’t add: Free Little Library Our side of town was once owned and maintained by the government during the building of Grand Coulee Dam, and our town benefits from that infrastructure Continue reading #clmooc #digilit Sunday A Walk in Public Places

#clmooc Puzzling

@cogdog @dogtrax @telliowkuwp @Bali_Maha @NomadWarMachine Challenge: using photo as prompt write blog post #clmooc pic.twitter.com/wz31nZS8ZL — Simon Ensor (@sensor63) July 19, 2015 Puzzles are systems, as Steve Wheeler explains in his blog about the above picture sent to him by Continue reading #clmooc Puzzling

#clmooc #digilit Random Me

Again an exciting summer of self-chosen professional development to become a better writer and a better teacher. My summer PD with CLMooc often includes poetry. Last year we played #poettag and this year we play #clPoem, suggested by Jeffrey Keefer. That’s the thing about clmooc: Continue reading #clmooc #digilit Random Me

#DigiLit Sunday GiverCraft #EDGamify

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, November 16, 2014.     Something exciting is happening to the balance of my Continue reading #DigiLit Sunday GiverCraft #EDGamify

Connected Learners #ce14 #clmooc #DigiLit Sunday

Connections.  Everywhere. A network of sharing and growing. That’s what being a connected learner is.  My connection with #clmooc has expanded my focus from one classroom and one teacher, to a networked community from which I can give just as Continue reading Connected Learners #ce14 #clmooc #DigiLit Sunday

#DigiLit Sunday Google Slides, Wordle, Veterans Day

My favorite presentation tool: Google Slides. First of all, it has really advanced since the time my students created the project I will share. Take a look at this Parent Night Slideshow. Google Slides has transitions, animations, and themes to Continue reading #DigiLit Sunday Google Slides, Wordle, Veterans Day

#DigiLit Sunday Differentiation

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 28, 2014.   How do I differentiate reading materials so students can approach Continue reading #DigiLit Sunday Differentiation

#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

#DigiLit Sunday Blogging Challenge

  It’s Sunday!  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: Click here. This week: Get started or restarted with  class blogging Continue reading #DigiLit Sunday Blogging Challenge

DigiLit Sunday #clmooc Writing

  DigiLit Sunday DigiLit Sunday is a Sunday post on literacy, an invitation by Margaret Simon, to share literacy strategies and tools for the classroom. This week I’m rethinking the writing process and tools. Prior to digital tools, students would Continue reading DigiLit Sunday #clmooc Writing