STUBC Google Drawing Characters

Are you creating a slideshow or poster or drawing and need a character? Perhaps you’d like a new avatar? 
Google drawing is your answer — just using basic shapes Continue reading STUBC Google Drawing Characters

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

Resilience

Resilience: A ReMix of “Bent But Not Broken” Created with Haiku Deck, the free presentation app Resilience. For yourself. For your students. My friend Susan Spellman-Cann created the HaikuDeck and a blogpost, “Bent But Not Broken” to guide us in Continue reading Resilience

#nablopomo #nablopomoed This week I considered…

  Over the past week I considered my three classes, each as a community of learners. How will I meet their needs? differentiate? create a student-centered focus? include tech tools as appropriate? What projects will inspire them? motivate them? engage Continue reading #nablopomo #nablopomoed This week I considered…

Teach Search Teach Research

Oh yes! My PLN friend, Denise Krebs, reflected on her students’ research skills in her blog post “A Need for Researchers Workshop,” just as my NSD colleagues did the same. Even with our structured science project with Gooru Learning (goorulearning.org), Continue reading Teach Search Teach Research