All Blog Posts Tagged 'PLN' (10)

5 things a teacher can do after the school ends

My second blog post concerning 5 ideas about what a teacher could do during the summer holidays. It will be great to leave your comment and feel free to add your own ideas!!!

Added by George panagiotakopoulos on June 7, 2011 at 2:10pm — No Comments

eLearningToday.TV | Building a PLN as an Educator

To view the show notes, click here.

Added by Amanda Kenuam on May 5, 2010 at 7:42am — No Comments

I need more than my Integrated Tech K-12 Masters to feel I am growing in the classroom

Hi all,

I was introduced to Web 2.0 almost 2 years ago during a presentation of some of our teachers who had attended the first Web 2.0 conference in Shanghai. From there I learned about K-12 Onine Conference and I was off and running in many different directions with not great focus. I have often described my learning online as have Internet ADD. use… Continue

Added by Heather Davis on September 19, 2009 at 7:25pm — 1 Comment

Spheres of Influence

How fun is this?

Three years ago I moved into a position of instructional coach for my building. The majority of my days are now spent as a content-generalist coach focused on helping teachers improve pedagogical skills. Our opt-in model keeps the conversation focused on one thing: pedagogy as opposed to content. This is a very smart model for honing in on the “P” sphere of Mishra & Koehler’s TPACK framework. However,… Continue

Added by Sean Nash on July 6, 2009 at 12:22pm — 2 Comments

Day 4 - 28 Days of Twitter: "What I learned on Twitter Today"

This is a meta-find, and a gem. Because what I found on Twitter today was a blog post by @cljennings explaining her "learning curve" with Twitter -- how she just didn't 'get it' at first, how she was determined to try it but was unsure how to find people to follow, or how to make it meaningful... and then how it all came together. The post is entitled, aptly,… Continue

Added by Shelley Paul on February 5, 2009 at 12:30am — 1 Comment

Day 3 - 28 Days of Twitter: Teachers Who Share

Today was a rich Twitter day -- lots of things to explore, but I'm just going to share one, a blog post from Dean Shareski, entitled "Teachers Who Share." I think transparency of practice, a willingness to be open, to take calculated risks, to share process and product, struggles as well as successes, to question and reflect "out loud," may be the most important aspect of this "networked learning" we're learning… Continue

Added by Shelley Paul on February 3, 2009 at 11:30pm — No Comments

Day 2 - 28 Days of Twitter: Dr. Seuss & The Upside-Down Pop Quiz

@paulawhite posted a tweet today about her Dr. Seuss-inspired publishing project for primary students, in which they write about (and illustrate) the "marvels" they see on their ways to and from school. Based on "And to Think that I Saw it On Mulberry Street." Perfect candidate for Voicethread, I think. Check it out.

Sidebar… Continue

Added by Shelley Paul on February 2, 2009 at 11:00pm — No Comments

Day 1 - 28 Days of Twitter: FlickrCC, Tweetgrid & Wordpress help

Other than waiting until literally the 11th hour to make good on my very first day, things are off to a solid start. I have posted a Twitter widget here on my Classroom 2.0 Ning page so that I am compelled to honor the other part (contributing/participating) of my self-imposed "project" as well.

Here's my three finds for Day 1 -- all post-Super-Bowl, so not too shabby...

I regularly use Flickr to search for Creative Commons photos, especially to use in the… Continue

Added by Shelley Paul on February 2, 2009 at 8:55am — No Comments

28 Days of Twitter

Yesterday, I started a personal "micro-project" called "28 Days of Twitter." I even have a handcrafted logo to prove it :)

I have been an inconsistent Twitter user for well over a year now. I totally 'get' its potential as a core element of a PLN, but I just can't seem to make it a habit.

Since I do well in setting up arbitrary "assignments" for myself, especially if there is a mechanism of accountability built-in, I have decided that I will commit to actively… Continue

Added by Shelley Paul on February 2, 2009 at 8:00am — No Comments

Interesting Site - January 11, 2009

Vicki Davis's recent article in Edutopia described how her students use PLN for their research projects. Before reading this article, I always thought of a PLN as a way for teachers to organize their personal learning.

Building a Digital Locker: Personal Learning Networks Explained | Edutopia

Vicki Davis… Continue

Added by Mary Ann on January 11, 2009 at 7:57am — No Comments

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