syndicating 5500 posts from 517 #etmooc blogs

PBL on a leash?

So happy I found #PBLWORLD to follow this week on Twitter. Super thankful to everyone who takes the time to send out their tweets, pictures, blogposts, and much more, and for the technology that opens up our worlds.

I read Suzie Boss’s tweet today of a comment from Sam Seidel, keynote speaker at PBLWorld.…

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#etmooc (Written June 2012): Why Networks Matter

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Dr Alec Couros is presenting at The PLE Conference 2012 in Melbourne this week. Here’s how I know..his call out for responses floated past in my twitter stream last week.

@courosa, as a teacher, learner and social networker I’m drawn to respond to your question “Why do (social) networks matter in teaching and learning?…

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An Aussie’s adventure in USA Part I: ISTE, Washington DC, Travel Tips and Understanding all things USA

Those that follow me on Twitter are aware that I’m currently traveling around USA introducing my 13 year old son to the wonders of America after attending ISTE.

We’ve been learning a lot, and it’s really hard to explain everything in 140 characters,  so I’ve decided to share everything in more detail here.…

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An Aussie’s adventure in USA Part II: New York and Niagara Falls

As promised here’s the summary of our adventures in New York and Niagara Falls for those who have been following our Journey on Twitter and Instagram.

As mentioned in my previous post:

  1. Connecting with other educators on Twitter has enhanced the experience. 
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Just Because

I was going to try justifying posting this trailer because some of my students are reading the Scott Pilgrim series and I want to make a connection between graphic novels and their often flimsy film adaptations.  The fact of the matter is that I do not believe that this film adaptation will be flimsy and I am just excited about it because it’s awesome.…

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syndicating 5500 posts from 517 #etmooc blogs