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Transforming Teaching & Learning

Transforming Teaching & Learning

June 23rd, 2011 | 3 Comments

Final thoughts on Student PLNs with Liz Castillo! There are so many reasons why I really love using technology with my students.  I have seen how it helps my students to stay engaged in the content, be creative, and develop the necessary 21st century skills that will help them to become future leaders.  Using technology […]

My final thoughts on Web 2.0? Use them…a lot.

My final thoughts on Web 2.0? Use them…a lot.

June 22nd, 2011 | 2 Comments

Closing thoughts from Bret Gosselin ** Here is to the last post of a most honored and undeserved stint as a guest blogger for Edmodo.  (Note from Edmodo:  WELL deserved!!) Truthfully, this has been such a humbling experience as I’ve wondered the whole time if Edmodo picked the right guy for the job. Anything I know […]

Bring It! to ISTE

Bring It! to ISTE

June 21st, 2011 | 4 Comments

A Voice from the Library, final post by Shannon Miller! ** Many of us will soon be together in Philadelphia for ISTE 2011.  We will connect in presentations and meetings, meet up in the Blogger’s Cafe, and at social functions.  It will be a crazy few days but one filled with amazing learning, collaborating and […]

A Final View from the District

A Final View from the District

June 20th, 2011 | 1 Comment

Andy McKiel‘s final post! (but stay tuned to hear from Andy and the rest of the Featured Blogger team live from ISTE!) ** Wow!  I can’t believe the end is almost upon us.  For some of you, the end of the school year has already arrived and you’re savouring the opportunities to spend your time […]

Create a course in Edmodo

Create a course in Edmodo

June 17th, 2011 | 11 Comments

DIY with Bianca!! ** At my school I am the go-to person for edmodo. That’s cool, because I love edmodo – after all, I introduced it to our school over two years ago and I’m the one who spends most of her time raving about how great using edmodo is! Yesterday a Food Technology teacher […]

Connecting Beyond Our Four Walls


Connecting Beyond Our Four Walls


June 16th, 2011 | 0 Comments

Student PLNs with Liz Castillo! One of my goals this year was to meet the 21st century challenge to connect my students to others beyond the four walls of our classroom.  I believe that the ability to communicate, collaborate, and connect globally with others is probably one of the most powerful ways we can use […]

A Bright Idea for Staying Connected over the Summer

A Bright Idea for Staying Connected over the Summer

June 15th, 2011 | 1 Comment

The penultimate post on Web 2.0 from Bret! ** I can’t believe next week will be our last week to post-time flies when you’re having fun and this has been a blast. Thanks to those of you who’ve kept up with my rambling the past weeks, I appreciate the attention, however undeserved it may be. Today […]

You Don’t Want to Miss These Three AMAZING Edmodo Resources

You Don’t Want to Miss These Three AMAZING Edmodo Resources

June 14th, 2011 | 1 Comment

Voice of the Library with Shannon ** Sometimes I am amazed at how many new resources come to us over the week through our social networks, connections and other resources. Now, more than ever, we can learn each and every day through these different avenues and bring amazing ideas and resources back to our students, other […]

Get Out of the Way

Get Out of the Way

June 13th, 2011 | 0 Comments

View from the District with Andy McKiel! ** I love this photo that my brother-in-law captured at the Grand National Park Zoo in Seoul.  While there’s such human emotion in the photo, it’s a primate who’s being held captive behind bars.  When I look at this photo, I know exactly what this ape was thinking and […]

Matching learning spaces to physical and online spaces.

Matching learning spaces to physical and online spaces.

June 10th, 2011 | 6 Comments

Checking in Down Under with our DIY Teacher, Bianca! ** I’ve been interested in the role that physical spaces play in learning since I made a visit to SCIL late last year. This school’s innovative approach to learning spaces is inspiring, and I was keen to see how I could (re)organise my classroom space to […]

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