July 2007 Blog Posts (49)

Top 10 Tools

Jay Cross, informal learning evangelist, has suggested to create lists of favourite top 10 elearning tools.

This is the question: "What are your Top 10 tools - for your own personal working and learning and/or creating, delivering or supporting others' learning?"

Here is my top 10 tools…


Added by Jose Luis cabello on July 31, 2007 at 1:53pm — 1 Comment

Methods for early primary educators : understanding content

This is from my blog on christonium

Many early primary educators I've met want to connect their classrooms with

others Internationally. This is an excellent goal for a classroom and

educator, however, practical methodology needs to be established before

a high quality exchange between classrooms can happen. Before we can

enter into a discussion about collaborations we need to determine what

a classroom should look… Continue

Added by Jared on July 30, 2007 at 5:58pm — No Comments

Truth of the Matter

A coaching friend of mine (Larry Leibowitz) stayed with me a couple of days on his way from LA to Colorado Springs to teach a class in computer technology at the Olympic Coaches College...this was in 1983, no less. He was a computer 'wizard'...didn't use a stopwatch on deck, instead used a programmable Hewlett-Packard high end calculator he'd tweaked to not only record times and splits (mid-race times), but to record and store race data including stroke rate, turnover changes, time into and out… Continue

Added by Russ Lauber on July 30, 2007 at 11:23am — No Comments

Umm .. I don't use email much any more.

I was gently chiding a young teacher at a function lately because she still hadn't checked an email I'd sent her with a link I wanted her to have about a support site. She apologised but said: "Umm . . I don't use email much any more." She, as a young woman in her twenties, keeps in contact via MySpace, and text.

As I adjusted my mental models once again, (and gave myself a nudge for being caught out for having the trademark linear view of my generational mob: the baby boomers), I…


Added by Roger Pryor on July 30, 2007 at 5:18am — No Comments

Think Big!

One of the things I love most about teaching is the opportunity we have

to “start fresh” each school year - with new students and new

possibilities. As we plan for the learning opportunities we will

facilitate for our students, we need to step back from our curricula,

lists of outcomes, and standards; step way back, and keep backing up,

until a bigger picture starts to come into focus. Once we have the

perspective of that bigger picture, we can zoom in again on… Continue

Added by Diane Hammond on July 30, 2007 at 3:20am — No Comments

Preparing for my 1st Student Teacher

I've already connected with my student teacher for this fall and gave her the heads up about the technology rich environment in which she will be working. I gave her the links to the Smartboard Notebook Software and asked her to play with the applications this summer to be ready to create her lesson presentations in October. I created some google docs, which I will share with her later regarding lesson plans and her expectations for the class. I was also going to ask her to submit her lessons… Continue

Added by Christine Southard on July 29, 2007 at 6:34am — 1 Comment

Gearing up for a Great Stretch

I have spent most of today's not child-care related moments banging these keys and scouring my connections for resources and inspiration. These next two weeks hold the following: two-day workshop on wikis, one day workshop on social bookmarking, two-day workshop on web 2.0 teaching strategies, two-day workshop on… Continue

Added by Patrick Higgins on July 28, 2007 at 8:22pm — 1 Comment

An «eduvision» following tha MySpace 29 000 people banning

I just want to report a great post from Stephanie Booth who suggested that it was not a so great idea to removed profiles of 29′000 registered sex offenders. I wrote a post on it in… Continue

Added by Mario Asselin on July 28, 2007 at 8:54am — No Comments


Hola ! Este es mi primer post. Y como tal, una breve presentación.

Soy ingeniero en informática de profesión y docente de vocación. Desde hace más de 20 años me intereso en la informática educativa, explorando alternativas para integrar la tecnología al quehacer educativo. Investigo en sus impactos sociales, analizando de qué manera la comunidad educativa (docentes, alumnos, padres, funcionarios...) reacciona e interactúa.

También me interesa (y creo...) mucho en el… Continue

Added by Fernando Cormenzana on July 27, 2007 at 11:19am — No Comments

Our Global Edu Community

I LOVE the multilingual posts that have been popping up throughout edublogger and twitter. I really feel like our little ning community has gone global and I'm excited to be a part of this experience. I love reading the posts and twits in different languages and I'm grateful to be connected with all of you teachers from across the globe.

Added by Christine Southard on July 27, 2007 at 3:39am — 1 Comment


I wish I could keep up all my blogs. I don't know how some people do it! You can see my posts on Ning in Classroom 2.0 and http://HowDoWeGetFromHereToThere.edublogs.org.

Added by Adina Sullivan on July 26, 2007 at 9:00am — No Comments


Comienzo mi escasa andadura en estas páginas llenas de próceres educadores con un titulo en "pitinglis" acorde con la plantilla de EduBlogger.

No creo que dedique mucho tiempo a este blog pues bastante tengo ya con mi querido CiberPrensa. En cualquier caso doy la bienvenida a todos y siempre estaré disponible para la comunidad de educadores, del tipo que sean.


Added by Fernando T. on July 26, 2007 at 7:55am — No Comments

Hi fellow bloggers

It's a privilege and honor to be part of this community. I discovered the blogosphere some months ago in a Congress of Education Blog and now i'm hooked. Please come by my blog, Radames Toro en Prisma Digital. It is in spanish because my audience is mostly hispanic, but you can add comments in english.

Greeetings from Puerto Rico!

Added by Radames on July 26, 2007 at 5:48am — No Comments

Hi there.....

I blog at 21st century skills, so drop by and say hello.

Added by Mark Collinson on July 25, 2007 at 5:48pm — No Comments

Saludos a los miembros del grupo

Por casualidad, leyendo una de mis múltiples lecturas diarias en los blogs sindicados, me he encontrado con Edubloggerworld y con el grupo ñ blogger. Me ha parecido una estupenda idea y una muy interesante plataforma para compartir ....lo que sea educativo y compartible. A algunos de los miembros ya los conozco de otros recorridos por la web ( Leonor, Antonio...). Intentaré divulgar la idea .
Un saludo

Added by celestino arteta on July 25, 2007 at 1:14pm — No Comments

Conociendo a Fontanarrosa...

Un humilde homenaje de algún cibernauta fanático...

para aquellos que no conocieron su obra, aquí va... frases célebres de uno de sus célebres personajes: el Inodoro… Continue

Added by paine on July 25, 2007 at 12:42pm — No Comments

Where's Japan?

I'm excited to see the EduBloggerWorld community grow - and excited for upcoming additions (as with most online communities, progress isn't as fast as we'd sometimes like it - patience is a virtue).

I'm particularly impressed with the emergence of the Spanish Bloggers groups and their rate of growth/activity! Keep up the good work!

That said,… Continue

Added by Darren Draper on July 25, 2007 at 11:01am — No Comments

New Ideas and free resources for ICT Projects

I've updated some of my ICT projects and am in the process of creating some new ones. You're very welcome to use them and your students are welcome to participate in the blog comments and online survey.

MyTree - Instead of students using powerpoint to describe their families and pets, they will create a presentation about their emotions in different school situations. They will share…


Added by Alex Savage on July 25, 2007 at 7:49am — No Comments

Presentación provisional

Como dentro de unas horas estaré sin conexión a Internet, esto se va a
quedar asilvestrado durante unos días. Prometo que, cuando vuelva a la
civilización, intentaré adecentarlo. Un saludo a los que se dejen caer
por aquí.

Added by J. Luis Gamboa on July 25, 2007 at 4:23am — No Comments

Cárceles, Liberales, Miguel Hernández, Escrache e Inmanencia: Las cárceles andaluzas inician un programa de formación en informática e Internet

Hoy el post iba a girar en torno a la noticia de que "Las cárceles

andaluzas inician un programa de formación en informática e Internet";

pero he aquí que leyendo los rss, (las reverberaciones de las redes

distribuidas) me he encontrado con un post de Inmanencia titulado…

Added by eraser on July 25, 2007 at 2:32am — No Comments

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