A couple days late, but I had to share what I learned at the Google Apps for Education Summit, Day 2. I loved this conference with so many people from so many schools and places! I was looking forward to the second day, even though my thoughts were with the Accreditation Steering Committee team from… Read more Google Apps for Education Summit, Bahrain, Day 2
I created a picture of my world today on The Open University Create Your World. Roughly from left to right, here’s what my picture represents: Good conversations with new friends here, and also faraway friends and online connections Brain research, thinking, questioning and teaching the ABCs and more to five-year-old Arab children Jesus, the Tree… Read more My World
It’s not about the technology; it’s about the learning. In a recent blog post, I asked, “What does technology have to do with it?” It’s about the learning, BUT a little bit about the technology, I concluded. If it wasn’t for the awesome web tools I’ve learned and social learning networks I’ve become part of,… Read more My Favorite 21st Century Web Tools
Thanks to the #TeachersWrite Summer Writing Camp, I’m following Maria’s Mélange blog, so I noticed this “What are you Reading?” meme hosted by Sheila at Book Journey. And the children’s literature version, hosted by Jen and Kellee at Teach Mentor Texts. I thought I would give it a try today. This summer I decided to get serious about… Read more It’s Monday! What Are You Reading?
On this New Year’s Eve, I thought I would share some of my favorite photo tools. The reason? I have photos on my mind today because tomorrow I start a yearlong photo-a-day challenge! And now, on to the tools…The first three are not only free and easy, but they are also quick, for you can… Read more My Favorite Photo Tools