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Walk and Talk Episode 14: Dean Shareski

Walk and Talk Episode 14: Dean Shareski

We’re on a roll. Today’s Walk and Talk asks a simple but I think challenging question: Why would students want to come to your class? It really came out of a post I wrote last week called “Put Away The Laptops“. I’m dead serious when I ask for some comments here. I’d love to know

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DEN STARs in the News: Kathy Cassidy

Canadian DEN STAR Kathy Cassidy is a published author.  Her new ebook, Connected from the Start: Global Learning in the Primary Grades, is now available through the PLP Network. From the site, “This highly interactive digital book — featuring dozens of color photos, six student-centered videos, and hundreds of live links to helpful downloads and

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The Thirteenth Podcast

Unlucky 13th? I don’t think so. Even with Halloween around the corner. It’s been a while since Steve and I podcasted but we made time even though Steve was driving. Forgive the few times where his audio gets wonky but enjoy our chat about the upcoming Virtcon. Listen, share it, retweet it and more importantly

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The Importance and Seriousness of Silly: Dean Shareski at 2012 Social Learning Summit

Presenting from Fredriction, New Brunswick, Canada, Dean Shareski, featured presenter and Discovery Educator Network Community Manager explores the importance and necessity of being social and the increasing blurring of professional and personal. An important question with a divided answer, Dean asks how the use of Twitter, Facebook, and blogs impact professional learning in a social

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