Monthly Archives: February 2010

Using Google Reader to Manage Student Blogs

This year has had a slew of first time experiences for me. As shared in my last post, the fall was marked by a first time using UStream and Wiffiti to expand my students’ exposure to an audience beyond the … Continue reading

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Using UStream and Wifitti to Link Classrooms Near and Far

At the very beginning of the year a blog post came across my Google Reader titled “Harness Twitter and Your Audience Backchannel with Wifitti.” The writer of Copy/Paste, Peter Pappas, shared how to have twitter or cellphone users give feedback … Continue reading

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Enhancing Classroom Videos with Edmodo(?)

On the Friday before break our team watched a documentary on the Crusades to help cohort colleague, Anne Low wrap up her Crusades unit. Students were required to complete a series of writing prompts at specific breaks during the film, … Continue reading

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Unpacking EduCon 2.2

Touching down at Logan Airport last night marked the end of a whirlwind weekend of learning in Philadelphia with whom I would argue to be some of the more progressive ’21st century thinking’ educators in the field. I had walked … Continue reading

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