Steve Hargadon's Blog – July 2007 Archive (4)

The P.E. Geek: Boys, Sports, and ... Wikis?

Kristian Still teaches 16 - 19 year old young men in a sports course at Tauton's College

in the UK, which is designed to encourage male learners to go on to

higher or extended education. The course uses their interest in sports

to help them stay engaged and pursue additional… Continue

Added by Steve Hargadon on July 31, 2007 at 11:58am — 2 Comments

Feed for All Forum Discussions and Replies

If you want to track every forum discussion and all the comments that are posted on Classroom 2.0, you can use this URL:



http://classroom20.ning.com/forum/topic/list?feed=yes&sort=mostRecent&xn_auth=no



link



If you need help understanding how to use a feed reader, you can watch… Continue

Added by Steve Hargadon on July 8, 2007 at 9:11am — 6 Comments

Helping to Understand Social Networking: Danah Boyd











As

more and more we are seeing social networking for the huge phenomenon

that it is, and as educators are beginning to see the value of social

networking in education (for both student and teachers--especially

professional development), it is worth getting to know Danah Boyd. Danah is a PhD candidate at the… Continue

Added by Steve Hargadon on July 3, 2007 at 3:02pm — No Comments

Ben Wilkoff 's Academy of Discovery (School 2.0, Part 11)

For months, I've been listening to this guy who records himself talking in the car (and no, it's not Kevin Honeycutt!). He calls his recording series and blog "Discourses

about Discourse," and most of them are discussions with himself about

his attempts to implement "School 2.0:" his use of the tools of the web

in his classroom, how his students are responding, what feedback he… Continue

Added by Steve Hargadon on July 3, 2007 at 1:38pm — No Comments

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