#CCCTwitterReally

Twitter, Really webinar by the ONE team explained the ways and whys of a Twitter user — how tweeting, retweeting, following hashtags, and replying connect the user to others in a reciprocal relationship of connected learning. I’ve written about Twitter Continue reading #CCCTwitterReally

#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 Organize Twitter PLN Lists

    DigiLit Sunday 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: Sunday, Aug 24, 2014 Question: My Twitter is Continue reading #DigiLit Organize Twitter PLN Lists

A Small Voice Gets An Answer

      One Does What One Can A Small Voice is Answered Our dog loves this walk in the park below the transmission lines. She checks every message left by every other creature that walks here. And the scrubby Continue reading A Small Voice Gets An Answer

#edcampspokane Links

Thanks to #educampspokane organizers and sponsors and Mobius Science Center for a pre-event evening! Things to share: Google Apps Benefits of Google Apps About Google Voice Learn Google Apps  Lessons Just Google It Presentation: Apps Based Classroom Google Apps in the Continue reading #edcampspokane Links

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

#nablopomo Writing Prompts for Educators #nablopomoed #clmooc

Need a challenge for November? BLOGGING (See next section for MICRO-BLOGGING) I’m not sure if National Blog Post Month is official, but I signed up here. I’ve seen #nablowrimo and #nablopomo tags, so the challenge is on for me at Continue reading #nablopomo Writing Prompts for Educators #nablopomoed #clmooc

Connect in the Middle: Tweet #midlevt One idea

    Let’s brighten up our connections: Here’s an idea, this first project from 2//11/13 to 2/17/13: Please tweet with #midlevt an idea you are using in your classroom (lesson, tool, strategy). It could be an easy tweet, or link Continue reading Connect in the Middle: Tweet #midlevt One idea