Monthly Archives: August 2011

Social Media: What’s the Big Idea?!?

Gardening is great.  While your hands are busy, your mind can wander anywhere it pleases…  So an hour of sitting quietly today in the early morning sunlight clearing moss from the bricks of my patio eventually turned my thoughts to … Continue reading

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Personal Revelation: Skype as a new Professional Learning Tool

I had the pleasure of participating in a webinar last night on LearnCentral presented by Cary Harrod and the staff at Nagel Middle School in Cincinnati Ohio called BYOL: A Game Changer.  And as inspiring as the conversation was, it was a … Continue reading

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Week 1 Question: “Are you on Twitter now? Why or why not?”

I’ve started an e-learning course called “21st Century-ize Your Curriculum” provided by PLP, Powerful Learning Practice, and think I will copy some of my reflections from this course in here. Week 1 Question: “Are you on Twitter now? Why or … Continue reading

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