In my google searches: "special ed teacher + blog" and "specialneeds + blog," I'm not finding as many results as I expected for special education teacher blogs. There aren't many special education teachers in classroom 2.0 either. Where are they? Where are they hiding? Are they afraid to discuss what's going in their classrooms via blogging? Are they turned off by the technology? Do they have access to the technology? Being a special education teacher isn't an easy job, I know, but you can… Continue
¿Para qué? Un escenario
donde crear la experiencia del encuentro; no para reemplazar el diálogo
de la blogósfera, sino para conectarse y generar futuros encuentros de
edubloggers -presenciales o no- pero sí… Continue
I attended my first laptop learning institute technology conference July 15-17th. I had a great time and met people from all over the world. In summary I would say that my school, Chaminade College Preparatory School, is in a good technological position. We still need to improve our student usage of Web 2.0 tools and collaborative projects.
While at Lausanne I participated in a collaborative note taking project using a wiki. I added my notes with teachers from a school from Normal…
A quick question.... I agree with most of what Jeff Utecht wrote about blogs in the classroom in Blogs Aren't the Enemy. My question is, however,
"Within the context of a classroom, if I want to facilitate discussion
among and with my students, if I'm interested in facilitating a thread
of conversation, why shouldn't I just use a discussion board?" There's more on this at… Continue
I woke up this morning thinking about how much my way of working and methods of productivity have changed within the past year. I posted these thoughts on a blog post titled "Five Ways My Work Has Changed."
I am curious about how other edubloggers have seen their own work change within the past year. What has changed or is changing for you in your work?
I posted my Pay Attention video to our Ning - not as an advertisement for our site, but simply as an push toward improved teaching. While you're more than welcome to use the resources we've created, I am mostly concerned that you effectively integrate technology into your teaching - regardless of where you learn how to do it.
Just got wind of this from Down Under while looking at Sue Water'sblog... ToonDoo allows you to create your own cartoons to share with others and display on your blog... check out my basic creation...…
As a result of the NECC in Atlanta, Georgia, I have been exposed to Web 2.0. This morning, I was reading that the read/write 2.0 Web is more than reading and writing it is the read/write/connect/reflect Web. Social networking is an example of this.
Added by PaulPam2 on July 14, 2007 at 11:01am —
I'm excited to be connected to such a large and diverse group of educators. I have 10 years teaching experience and 2 years teaching as an instructional technology specialist for a regional cooperative (Monroe #1 BOCES) in Rochester, NY. A colleague and I serve 10 large school districts in eastern Monroe County.
Recently, I have been saying that I am tired of just understanding Web 2.0, I want to use it. While I have been teaching blogging, podcasting, wiki-ing, and the like to… Continue
Introducing myself as an educator interested in new modes of learning, deschooling, workplace training, english teaching and music. Starting a new job tomorrow at one of the new Australian Technical Colleges where I have the role of developing an innovative and sustainable curriculum. Check out the site of my new school: www.atcsunshine.com.au
Me parece muy importante que las iniciativas educativas para trabajar con las herramientas colaborativas de la web 2.0 se concentren en foros como EduBloggerWorld y que además lo hagan en español. Seguro que entre todos podemos sacar algo interesante adelante.
If you are blogging about this new Ning and about the connections you are making it would be great if you tagged your posts with 'edubloggerworld'. Don't know about tagging? No problem, start with this excellent resource Tagging to Help Teachers.
I'm not sure just how much time a teacher can spend hopscotching from one edu-space to another, but considering the quality of the folks on this Ning, I'll give it my best shot. It will also give me an opportunity to blog in English, considering that I mostly blog in French.
I'm a middle school teacher from Quebec City, Canada. However, I've concluded that today's school is no… Continue