Havelock and Zlotolow (1995) defined change agents as “solution giver,” “process helper,” and “resource linker” (pp. 9-10) Solution Giver: How do we collaborate with professionals and other classrooms in our schools and around the globe? How do we quickly facilitate
What do you think of this? http://www.schooltechnology.org/2010/08/18/creating-facebook-page-school-edtech-elearning/ I don’t use Facebook, so I don’t know how this would work. Obviously personal information should not be shared over a social network, but everywhere I go people (or family, like my mom)
“The twelve first-person films that make up this series explore three related themes, each in its own way at the center of current debate about what works, and what’s needed, to help students succeed during school and in life.” Here
Here is a link to subscribe to a bundle of feeds that I am currently subscribed to in my Google Reader, including Steve Dembo‘s list of Google Certified Teachers. The list has been very inspiring and growing fast.
There are some really intelligent ways to search Google. I take for granted the multitude of options for searching. Everyone “Googles”, here are some ways to dig deeper and smarter: http://www.google.com/intl/en/help/features.html Related Articles Search Google Docs, Emails And Sites
Here is a great article with links to iPhone apps for teachers: http://successfulteaching.blogspot.com/2010/08/how-iphone-can-help-you-be-better.html I especially like the Behavior Journal app and will be commenting on its effects this year in documenting student behavior and giving feedback to students.
Here is a quick tutorial on some of the functions of Google Reader. The video covers how to browse and add feeds to your subscription list, options for reading and how to share with friends and colleagues. Please comment with
We all have our daily routines: Wake up, brush teeth, shower, grab fresh coffee (prepared and left on the timer from the night before), head out the door… Somewhere along the way we reconnect and share with the world. Traditionally
Here is a great website, possibly the best place to start learning technology tools, that provides a chart of tech tools for specific tasks, ex. “I want to… ” or “I want my students to…” -write, create, make music, submit assignments