Monthly Archives: February 2012

Blog Post 4…so many choices

As Doug Johnson suggests in this post, educators have many choices when considering educational technology to use in their classrooms, as well as communication.  He provides some nice options for instructional resources and direct communications: Options, again Thursday, February 16, 2012 … Continue reading

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Blog Post 3: “open network” tests…interesting thoughts

I enjoyed the following post by a blog I follow by Will Richardson:   February 10th, 2012   “Open Network” Tests I just recently ran across Jonathan Martin’s posts regarding the “Open Internet” tests that he’s piloting with some teachers … Continue reading

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Reflection 1

What attitudes, skills and concepts have I gained from participating in the course so far? This is a hard question to conceptualize.  I have always considered myself fairly “forward” in my openess and interest in technology.  Technology has always been … Continue reading

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Blog Post 2…The purpose of education…

The Purpose of Education is… : 2¢ Worth Posted on | February 3, 2011 David Warlick There was a quote on this blog  post that I loved, and really got me thinking.  The replies to the post were just and interesting … Continue reading

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Technology in the classroom survey

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