Marama Stewart's Discussions (10)

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"I use Teacher Tube to host video, easy to embed into blog posts, and check out this…"

Marama Stewart replied Jun 8, 2009 to Best way to show off student videos?

3 Jun 8, 2009
Reply by Matt Hoenshell

"I am interested. I am a New Zealand Teacher Year 3 and 4, I think that is Grade 2 an…"

Marama Stewart replied May 26, 2009 to Global Collaboration

8 Aug 4, 2009
Reply by Matthew Stark

"Why not use Google Docs, they can share with you, and you can track their learning,…"

Marama Stewart replied May 20, 2009 to Digital Classroom

12 May 22, 2009
Reply by Cathy

"You can check out mine if you like, I have only just introduced it to the kids so it…"

Marama Stewart replied May 17, 2009 to Examples of Elementary Classroom Blogs

7 May 18, 2009
Reply by Shannon McNeice

"Thank you for your thoughts. I do have one or two little friends who would love to t…"

Marama Stewart replied May 16, 2009 to Video Conferencing

2 May 16, 2009
Reply by Marama Stewart

"Hi here is my blog and here is my classroom bl…"

Marama Stewart replied May 14, 2009 to Let's share links to our blogs!

486 May 2, 2011
Reply by Louisa

"In the beginning there were only three literacy's, Writing, Oral and Visual. The 21s…"

Marama Stewart replied May 14, 2009 to A diatribe against power point in the classroom: what say you????

12 Apr 15, 2013
Reply by Effie Fotaki

"Check out my colleague's blog, He has been researching ePortfo…"

Marama Stewart replied May 12, 2009 to What's the Best Platform to Showcase Student Work?

71 Dec 7, 2009
Reply by Wendy

"Hi all! Marama Stewart here from little old New Zealand. I teach Year 3&4 at Rus…"

Marama Stewart replied May 12, 2009 to Introductions

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Reply by Meg Scheding



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