I feel like I'm on a social networking pilgrimage. I left Facebook two years ago and haven't looked back. (Well, technically, like Alan Levine, I'm there, but only to manage a page for a group.) Twitter is becoming super-broadcasty. It's still a fun space in some respects because it's the only space I can connectRead More
Each month, I go to "New Teacher Training" run by our district. It is a monthly meeting for anyone new to the school district, regardless of age or experience. Many of the teachers are new teachers and we spend time discussing many of the "little things" that can come up during your first year thatRead More
Our internet was out at school today (it's okay, it came back on around lunchtime) and it gave me a chance to slow down a little bit during my plan period to re-arrange my thoughts and take a few deep breaths. I met Jeff Utecht at a conference last March and at his workshop, heRead More
I got a tweet from Dan this morning: "Good news! @bennettscience @tebotweets @missscott CitPat letting me run full version of my article online. Only print has to be <500 words." It looks like the article should be online soon. I'll post a link when its up.
Today's post is actually from Dan Spencer, a technology coordinator in Michigan. Dan was recently asked to write an article for a local newspaper about student literacy in the digital age. Dan was kind enough to let me post this on my blog as well because it is that good. This is longer than whatRead More