Monthly Archives: March 2011

C&I 579 – Reflection # 2

My reflection today is based on the professional learning networks that we are building through our course work.  The influence of online learning communities on educators is both exciting and staggering.  There is a wealth of information being shared, as … Continue reading

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Summertime – Hurry up!

I cannot wait for summer!  Despite the fact that I have a 3-month old, and I can’t wait for my first summer as a mommy to begin, I’m anxious to get started on my next project: adding student blogs to … Continue reading

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Blog Post # 3

Blog Post # 3 Selected Blog = http://cogdogblog.com/ – author, Alan Levine “Rooms Full of Scribes” – Levine posted this blog after attending the MEC 2011 Conference, an Ed Tech Conference at Arizona State University that is in its 31st … Continue reading

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Classroom Blogging

Attention teachers of all ages!  Are you thinking about incorporating blogging into your curriculum?  I recently finished a book by Diane Penrod entitled Using Blogs to Enhance Literacy:  The Next Powerful Step in 21st-Century Learning. It is an excellent resource … Continue reading

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Blog Post # 1

Blog Response # 1 Selected blog: 2cents worth – author, David Warlick “Are They Students Or Are They Learners?” http://davidwarlick.com/2cents/?p=2762     Blog Response: David – I found this article so intriguing! This is exactly where I think our classroom … Continue reading

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Blog Post #2

Blog Response # 2 Selected blog: Cool Cat Teacher “The Difference a Blog Makes” http://coolcatteacher.blogspot.com/2010/12/5-cool-cat-teacher-birthday.html#disqus_thread   Blog Response:   Viki – Congratulations on your 5th anniversary and I’m glad you are still going strong! I was just introduced to your … Continue reading

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