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Thursday, November 8th, Dean Shareski and friends published a podcast where they interviewed Bud Hunt (AKA Bud the Teacher.) If you don’t listen to this podcast you should.  They truly rocked my world Thursday as they turned from topic to topic. My favorite part of the conversation was how the teacher librarian is in a […]

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Every now an again I check my blog stats–what little the freebie Edublogs platform offers–to see how I’m doing in Technorati.  It was a good while back that I became familiar with the concept of Technorati and what it does. I learned how to find bloggers who wrote about topics I was interested in, and […]

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I have been preaching a little about how wonderful podcasts and blogging tools really engage students and increase learning. One of my social studies teachers has decided to create a class blog, and another one has confessed today that he is totally addicted to podcasts. I love the title of his blog, aptly named “The […]

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Today I gave 2 workshops (one on a overview of Web 2.0 and the other on Digital Storytelling.) Both of these were quite well received, and I should persobally thank Lisa Parisi for the wiki from her course of We 2.0 and for her calling in to my session today using Skype. My attendees were […]

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Bummer. I have joined another conference (free of course) by joining Ustreams w/ chatrooms (see my previous post.) One of the presenters, Steve Dembo, actually created his own Ustream for us, and twittered to invite us. Then Lisa Parisi twittered that she was at the same conference, and would be asking permission from presenters to […]

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Thanks for your help in allowing me to stay connected despite the blocking software at school. I now can follow my gmail and twitter from school. There is a method to the madness and so far I haven’t made anyone question me. Of course I only have time to twitter at lunch and the email […]

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Okay confessions will be forthcoming, including the opening statement: I stole that title from my new friend Jeannette Johnson over on her blog “From the Principal’s Desk.”  If you do not twitter, or are a newbie at twitter, then you MUST go to her blog and read tonights post.  Jeanette YOU ROCK!!  I laughed so […]

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Today I met some fellow colleagues after work to talk and have some fancy coffee drinks (which i don’t do…) Being new in the district, I don’t know everyone as well, so Barbara S. and Cathy H. invited me to come gab. We shared about the normal school stuff, and I told about my initiation […]

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August 31 is Blog Day 2007

I just blogged about this over on SCASL Blogs! but wanted to share the love here to! Here is the post from over there, just in case you don’t subscribe to that one! Today is Blog Day 2007, and there is a “meme” of sorts going around. So I must first post the instructions, and […]

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Okay so I get up a little earlier each morning for this vice of mine called blog reading, and imagine my shock, surprise, and delight to find that Doug Johnson, author of the Blue Skunk Blog, had read my post (titled Come Ride the Wave of Web 2.0 and Information Literacy) over on SCASL Blogs! […]

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