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What Did They Tweet?

July 2010 edition of the What Did They Tweet series! Let's see what our Personal Learning Network (PLN) tweeted about in education and social media these past two weeks. Tweets .bbpBox{background:url(http://s.twimg.com/a/1277506381/images/themes/theme1/bg.png) #9AE4E8;padding:20px;}"Clay Shirky: How cognitive surplus will change the world | Video on TED.com" http://j.mp/bsNyS3baldy7baldy7 .bbpBox{background:url(http://a1.twimg.com/profile_background_images/77401546/twilk_background_4b81e5d3be95a.jpg) #050101;padding:20px;}Just uploaded 'Towards Open & Connected Learning' to SlideShare. http://slidesha.re/dfrMGH Alec Couroscourosa Towards Open Read full article »

May in Review: What You May Have Missed

Many of you are wrapping up the year. In the midst of the madness you may have missed some of the tips, resources, and tools shared on Teacher Reboot Camp. What you might have missed... Your favorite posts this month based on comments and overall traffic: How Do We Nurture Passion?- Be inspired by the passion of 6th grader, Greyson Chance, who takes Read full article »

Employ Technology for Fun Summer Learning

Part of the Cool Sites series As an educator, you may find yourself frustrated by the fact that after three months of blissfully brainless summer, your students return to school nowhere near ready to resume their studies.  In truth, the time off spells nothing so much as a loss of retained knowledge and an itch to relive their recent days of Read full article »

April in Review

Month in Review: April 2010! April has been a busy month and you may have missed some of the tips, resources, and tools shared on Teacher Reboot Camp. What you might have missed... Your favorite posts this month based on comments and overall traffic: PLNs, Conferences, and Tweet-ups- In this post, I described my PLN as the bar scene in Cheers where everyone Read full article »

10 Cool Tips & Resources for Text Response by Judith Way

Part of the Cool Sites series I developed the Preston Girls' Secondary College Reading Wiki to show and share with students and teachers how web 2.0 tools can inspire students to respond to set texts in a more creative way. Making book trailers Filming their own '60 second recap Making animotos Creating toondoos Using Flickr to make a showbag Developing a glog Creating a Read full article »

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