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This week on The BackChannel: Tweet of the Week Skype with a YellowStone Ranger Tim Winterstein @winterstein13 Ranger Beth Pinterest Karly Walters March Lesson Plans Blog Post Educational Leaders Posted by: Michelle Baldwin APP Remind 101 https://www.remind101.com/learn_more Leave us some feedback! and if you have suggestions for The Back Channel – please share them here!
This week on The BackChannel: Tweet of the Week Many Many conference hashtags #metc13, #oetc13, #tcea13 , #petc2013 and more! Pinterest Kindergarten & First Grade Rocks http://pinterest.com/carol2650/ Blog Posts DCulberhouse — @DCulberhouse Unexpected Leadership Lessons http://dculberh.wordpress.com/2013/01/30/unexpected-leadership-lessons/ Doug Johnson @BlueSkunkBlog 7 things you can always do in my class with your device http://doug-johnson.squarespace.com/blue-skunk-blog/2013/2/8/7-things-you-can-always-do-in-my-class-with-your-device.html YouTube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5RojbvfB7kQ&feature=youtu.be Dryden Elementary School staff APP Endless Alphabet https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/endless-alphabet/id591626572?mt=8 Leave us some feedback! and if you have suggestions for The Back Channel – please share them [...]
In my first post for the Disruptors I wrote “Disruptors: Get Comfortable with being the Lone Wolf.” This post is about using that little blue bird to find your wolf pack. Over the past few months I have found three packs to run with and they are all groups of Disruptors. I found then all on Twitter and they are all lone wolves in their districts or schools.
My Library’s Twitter feed (@PenfieldLib) just passed 200 followers. Well, 220 actually, but who’s counting? We got a huge bump this week due to a number of factors: students’ procrastination; more students in the library; free coffee; and an unexpected evacuation. But I’m not here to talk about how to boost your followers. After all, innumerable dodgy Tweeple will give you thousands of (probably not real) followers for a nominal fee. This is about who we’re following, and what is [...]
This week, I invited Scott Meech in for a chat. Scott & I have a mutual admiration society, I think, in place. I admire him — he likes to chat with me! So, in a way, this conversation was a Christmas gift to me — a chat with Scott. He is VERY VERY knowledgeable about Apps – so I invite you to sit back and enjoy!
This week on The BackChannel: This week, I invited Rushton Hurley and Dennis Grice in for a chat. I enjoy and respect both men greatly — and instead of having them each on their own show — I decided to bring them in together to Double the Fun and Double the Learning! Both men are encouraging speakers who have found a niche with video. ENJOY! Links for Rushton: Next Vista: http://www.nextvista.org/ Twitter: @rushtonh WeVideo http://wevideo.com Pixorial http://pixorial.com YouTube [...]
This week, I invited Tim Bedly in for a chat. Within in the last 6 weeks, 2 different people have mentioned Tim to me….so I thought I would interview him so that you could meet him as well. Tim is using music as a helpful learning option for his students.
This week, I invited Jill Fisch, a 1st grade teacher, in for a quick chat and I learned A GREAT DEAL. Come along and join in our chat as we discuss blogs, books, and more!
This week on The BackChannel: This week I invited Dean Mantz in for a chat. Dean is a GURU for the Discovery Education Network & I had the pleasure of meeting him at ISTE 2012 in San Diego. In this conversation he shares A LOT about livebinders!! A LOT!!! Links for Dean: BLOG: mantzsmission.me Diigo: http://www.diigo.com/user/dmantz7 Twitter: https://twitter.com/dmantz7 Plurk: http://www.plurk.com/dmantz7 PLUS: LiveBinders: http://www.livebinders.com/ Top Ten Livebinders for 2012: http://www.educatorstechnology.com/2012/09/the-top-10-educational-livebinders-for.html Tweet of the Week was: https://twitter.com/tombarrett/status/249110292951355392 Introducing a new twitter user [...]
This week on LiTTech: Emily and Addie are joined by public librarians Amanda and Samatha for a chat about strategies to put your library out there using social media. What works, what doesn’t, and what we’re not so sure about yet. Show Host: Emily Thompson Show contributors: Addie Matteson, Amanda Goodman, and Samantha Helmick. Leave us some feedback! Contact us with any questions or comments- email@example.com
This week I invited Rachel Small to the conversation. I met Rachel, for the first time just a few weeks ago, at the ISTE conference and was so impressed that I wanted to introduce her to all of you. Come listen in as Rachel shares about how she is using poetry in her elementary classroom plus her goals and hopes to be a connected learner.
I’ve had this kind of sick feeling in my stomach over the past few days. I don’t know if I’m getting tired of social media, over-loaded with social media, or just disenfranchised with it altogether. I’m just not satisfied with what’s happening there. And I’m starting to wonder if we’re setting the right example for our students with our own social media behavior.
This week on The BackChannel: What great fun to be back into the world of podcasting and especially grand to have a conversation with @ijohnpederson. Join John and I as we discuss twitter, twitter, and more twitter. From the viewpoint of a parent, a newbie, and a winner! (John will share about the Mercedes Benz Tweet Race!) Tweet of the Week was #flashloans Pinterest of the Week was Kindergarten Cubbies Blog Post of the Week was: It’s Okay if Teacher’s Don’t [...]
This week on LiTTech: Emily and Addie talk with Jessica Olin about using Social Media to meet others in your profession, network, and discover new ideas. Show Host: Emily Thompson Show contributors: Addie Matteson, Jessica Olin Leave us some feedback! Contact us with any questions or comments- firstname.lastname@example.org
This week on LiTTech: a chance to see the inside of the ALA Annual convention from the attendees themselves. 33 people were kind enough to speak into Emily’s iPhone (usually when they were trying to do something else). Here’s what they had to say! Show Host: Emily Thompson Show contributors: See the show notes for a complete list of everyone who was kind enough to talk to us. Leave us some feedback! Contact us with any questions or comments- email@example.com
Mobile Reach #36 – Summer PD: How Do You Keep Up? Chad, Judi and Tammy spend some time talking about how they keep up with the newest, latest and greatest in terms of technology. All three work in roles where they’ve been asked, “How do you keep up?” so this show is devoted to sharing ways we consume information through services like Twitter, Google Reader, EdReach, and other various sites, and blogs. We also discuss how you can stay in the [...]
This week on #EduWin Weekly: Hosts Michael Walker and Dennis Grice visit with Bill Selak about video in the classroom, the growing digital divide between those who are connected and those who aren’t, as well as finding time to use these tools.
Tonight we focus on Professional Development. As many of us are preparing to head off into summer shortly we decided to take a look at how we can personally keep up with our own professional/personal development. I fully believe that if you are involved in education that you should be a lifelong learner and willing to learn even on “your own” time Show Host: Anne Truger (@atruger) Show contributors: Deb Truskey (@debtruskey) Patrick Black (@teachntech00) Here’s our Show Notes! [...]