Hi,there I am Ambreen Amer I am an early years teacher. I would appreciate if u answer one od my question I posted on the forum about barriers in embedding ICT in different schools. As I am doing a project on it
Wow, picking just one tool is tough, but right now, I would have to say Twitter is it for me. I learn something I can use every day. Most days more than one thing. It is learning in my time and the best staff development out there.
I agree with the above comment, learning to learn is most important. It is always changing and we must adapt.
I believe using technology successfully in the classroom is mindset not a skill.
Sarah Lovelidge asked a really good question about collaborating with wikis on the Course Dev blog. I wrote an absurdly long blog comment already, but I'd love if you could join the conversation. I think it would help to have some perspectives from an instructor too.
TCC is an online conference. I wish we got to go to Hawaii! But yes, I've been doing that all week. I did a lot of liveblogging from the presentations--more than I've ever done before. I think I did something like 15 posts in 3 days.
Hi Lee Anne! I just linked to classroom 2.0 page from your eighth floor blog. I'm impressed by the various photos and prompting questions that you left for your readers using voice thread. I've since been brainstorming various ideas for using the tool with my elementary students this September. Thanks for the creative spark. :)
Mark, I like the way your blog is set up. I'd like to share your blog post about your friend's video on educating children for the future with my students - educators taking a one day survey class on Web 2.0 tools.
Welcome Lee, I´m going to use VoiceThread as well and other Web 2.0 applications: wikis, mindmaps, webquests, blogs, podcasts and more.
If you got interest in digital teaching methods - I think so - please consider to join my group DigiSkills on Classroom 2.0
Cheers from Germany