(I changed the name of the blog to reflect my current topics.)
Ok so I know I already shared my link but I didn't want to start a new thread for this. If you teach upper Elementary or Middle school Reading/Writing you have to check this out. New DVD PD resources from Nancy Atwell. I will be begging for pennies on the street to pay for it.
My blog is dedicated to teachers of ELLs who need resources, new ideas, out-of-the-box strategies, excellent websites, etc. to support their ELLs (as well as others). I will also be blogging for The Examiner (newspaper in San Francisco) on this same issue shortly.
High School ELL Teacher
English Language Instructional Coach
Hi Lynn and like-minded educators,
I am the principal of a school in Baltimore County that is piloting the use of IPods in our fourth and fifth grade classrooms. We have some cool things going on. Check out my blog for details....
We are looking for folks to share our learning and to collaborate.
As a teacher and graduate student, I have been working on a blog to document the journey of using the iPod Touch in the kindergarten classroom. My classmates and colleagues are authoring blogs that have proved to be helpful and inspiring to me over the past months and I am hoping that mine can provide the same about of help and inspiration to others. Below is a list of the blogs that I am following for my class as well as my own blog.
My blog: iKindergarten
E.A. Kelly (teacher): EDET 650
B.H.E. (6th grade math): MY EDET 650 Blogspot
S. Howard (Technical Support): Forging Technology
Jennifer E (Technical Support): Staying on the Cutting Edge of Technology in SWVA
Jamie E. (Teacher): Village EduLand
I blog about group projects and PBL and all the elements involved like presentations skills, optimal performance, education and communication.
Check out my posts at http://Entertheblog.com.
It doesn't cost anything to have a look :)
Great idea to share blogs like this - especially for someone new to the concept like me. It is always good to see what others are doing, find some "new" people to follow - and who knows, maybe even get a few more followers myself.
My blog is http://nbnotewell.blogspot.com/ It is about all things educational - more looking at "big picture" issues at the moment rather than specific skills in the classroom. Hopefully it will strike a chord with a few people out there. I'm looking forward to following some of the links presented here. Again, a great idea for a discussion.