As promised, here is the link for the "Dating Game" video produced during the Florida Institute. This video proves that you don’t have to go all out with a high-tech production to make a video your students will respond to! See the video here!
There is a fairly new website out there geared to new teachers. It is called the New Teacher Hotline. This is how they bill the site: We at the New Teacher Hotline podcast know your pain, and we’ve got the aloe of veteran experience to soothe your blistered skin. Join Dr. Glen Moulton, a supervisor
OMG – I’m wanting to do my first post since the DEN in SL blog has gone ‘live’ and what do I get when I log into TypePad???? TypePad is currently unavailable. We apologize for the inconvenience, and we’re working hard to bring the service back online as soon as possible. I’m feeling the panic
In case you missed it, here is the PPT I used for tonight’s Summer Streamin’ webinar. Some old tips (that I stole/borrowed from others), some new tips (also stolen/borrowed from others). And at least one original idea 🙂 Hopefully you’ll find some use for one or two of the ideas. Enjoy! Download summer_streamin.ppt
I recently found an amazing file from Quentin D’Souza. It discusses various forms of technology that fall under the title Web 2.0. How many forms of web 2.0 do you use in your teaching? Quentin D’Souza’s file: Web 2.0 Share your successes or your struggles. Collaboration is all part of Web 2.0 maybe someone has
As August approaches, do you find yourself thinking about the students who will be in your class this year? Wouldn’t it be great if each one of them came with a blueprint into their learning styles? What if you knew the multiple intelligence of each student in your classroom before you began planning your lessons?