I did this last year, and I’m going to try it again this year. As winners are announced, I’m going to post them here, and then push this post live ASAP. To prepare, I pasted all the nominees. Then as they are announced, all I have to do is mark them (winner, runner-up, etc.) and […]
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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 […]
Now that I have consumed the opening keynote for the K12Online Conference, I look forward to the evenings first LIVE event! Tonight at 7PM you can join David Warlick and many other educators from ALL OVER THE WORLD (I kid you not) in what is hailed as a “fireside chat,” aptly named b/c of the […]
Recently a live webcast I frequently tune in to (called Teachers Teaching Teachers Wednesdays at 9:00) focused on databases used in the schools, and their primary focus was state funded databases. [UPDATE August 11, 2007: Podcast NOW available here.] Our state funded database is called DISCUS, and I really do not know what I would […]