Amanda Galvan
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At 8:41pm on September 12, 2014, Azalea Bell said…

How were you able to add the word cloud to your blog? I tried several times and the classroom 2.0 wants me to shorten the link. I feel so illiterate in this page!

At 3:06pm on September 2, 2014, Azalea Bell said…

Hi Amanda, Were you able to find any other classmates?  Thanks!

At 11:01pm on August 30, 2014, JoAnn Lopez said…

Amanda I like how you posted your word clouds

Amanda Galvan's Blog

Blogging about Google Apps

Posted on October 17, 2014 at 11:39am 0 Comments

Although there are many formatting glitches that often deter me from using Google Apps, I am confident that they can be used to make me a more efficient educator. Spending time this week exploring the apps has restored my enthusiasm for Google as an educational tool. Let’s explore some of the tools and how I’d like to incorporate them in my class.

It’s simple to add dates to the Google Calendar. I especially like how you can overlay calendars when trying to schedule meetings.…


Experiencing Free or Open Source Courses Blog

Posted on October 9, 2014 at 6:40pm 0 Comments

Annenberg Learner offers workshops and classes online. These can be taken for free for professional development or by paying a small fee to enroll for graduate level credits through CSU. The workshops can be viewed online or purchased on DVD. Users have the option to subscribe to a course’s Teacher-Talk email list or simply click on the course title and go through the workshop’s content independently. Each course on the site provides information, support materials, activities, and a forum…


Virtual Learning: Change of Heart?

Posted on September 27, 2014 at 6:07pm 0 Comments

Beginning this week’s learning, I was definitely an advocate of using virtual worlds in the classroom. I thought it would be difficult to find resources that emphasized the disadvantages of virtual realities. However, there is a lot of research that points to potential pitfalls of using virtual environments.


I found that just about every advantage could be spun into a disadvantage and vice-a-versa. To me, virtual worlds seem to be a matter of opinion. A more liberal educator…


Blogging about Social Networks and Digital Citizenship

Posted on September 20, 2014 at 9:46am 2 Comments

I have always been a fan of using technology to bridge the gap between distance and time. Using blogging and social networks to help students collaborate within the classroom and from afar makes it possible to connect students with others from around the globe. In addition, social networking in the classroom gives students a safe platform to practice digital citizenship that will impact them for the rest of their lives.

Social networking was a term I hadn’t really thought about much…



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