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Ever wonder how modern students take notes? It's a highly digital and connected method that makes total sense once you see this picture.
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Blogging is a great way to promote reflective writing in class. The best way to get started is to jump in and try it out, and this list should provide some pointers to get you started.
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I've been viewing the Steve Jobs narration of the 'Think Different' ad as well as his 2005 Stanford Commencement address over the past few days. It's served to inspire me, take on new tasks, and generally try things a bit differently. I've felt more creative than I have in recent memory.
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It's important to be aware of the latest education technology out there. So let's say you want to have your students have a personalized blog that reflects their likes, dislikes and style. Where do you turn?
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Students say the darndest things. From confusing grammatical terms to simply being confused, they're often quick to summon up a nonsensical string of words at a moment's notice. Thankfully, a teacher is keeping track ...
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I know many of the people in my PLN use Google's Blogger as it is an easy-to-use system for getting your thoughts online. While other sites like Posterous and Tumblr are making increasingly easy publication systems, ...
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When teachers, parents, or students want to blog, they typically have to sign up for a service on Tumblr, Wordpress, or another content publishing service. This is usually a fairly easy process but once you start writ...