Archives for August 20, 2008

  1. How 2(.0): Personal Learning Networks

    It is my great pleasure to introduce a new series of mine: How 2(.0).  Essentially it all started with this little posting which led to this wiki page. Long story short, How 2(.0) is about introducing this whole “Web 2.0″ concept that’s been going around for a while now, explaining how it works, and showing […]

  2. yum, it's delicious

    Greetings, Blogosphere! I am Porter Palmer, the manager of alternate assessment projects at Discovery Education Assessment and technology fanatic extraordinaire! I have been given this wonderful opportunity to share some things on our assessment blog, and could not be more excited. So, this is a blog devoted to assessment and my very first post isn’t […]

  3. Pushing out Those Powerpoints

    Just a quick post to let you know that more inhabitants have moved into the Birdhouse. I have updated the page so that it now includes Powerpoints that show you how to tell a story with a few web 2.0 applications sites, create an multimedia powerpoint, and more!Check them all out by visiting the Bird […]

  4. Pushing Out Those Powerpoints!

    Just a quick post to let you know that more inhabitants have moved into the Birdhouse.  I have updated the page so that it now includes Powerpoints that show you how to tell a story with a few web 2.0 applications sites, create an multimedia powerpoint, and more! Check them all out by visiting the […]

  5. Letting Go

    Kevin Jarrett turned me on to this video that David Warlick recently used at the NJElite Conference in Wildwood, NJ. You might recognize some of the speakers, including Daniel Pink, a former EdTechConnect webinar guest speaker. Basic message: We need to stop “teaching” our students with tools of the past. We EXPECT the latest and […]