From the monthly archives:

June 2011

50 Web 2.0 Sites

David Kapuler is an educational blogger who often compiles lists of great resources and shares them through his blog and through guest-blogging at Tech & Learning. His recent post was a slideshare slideshow of 50 great (free) web 2.0 sites for educators. For me, this was not just a remix of the “same old, same […]

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K-12 2011 Horizons Report

It’s time to get your K-12 2011 Horizons Report. “The research behind The NMC Horizon Report: 2011 K-12 Edition is a collaboration between the New Media Consortium (, the Consortium for School Networking (CoSN), and the International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE). CoSN and ISTE’s critical participation in the production of this report and […]

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Reflective Professional Writing

I like to start professional development workshops and seminars with activities designed to “Prime the Pump.” In the past, I have done workshops teaching people how to use video to jump start reflection and discussions. I’ve used “Broken Escalator” for people to have a humorous entry into the topic of unlearning helplessness, and the clip […]

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In early 2010, as METAA was planning the first CTO Clinic, one of the topics we felt people were starting to be more interested in was BYOT, or Bring Your Own Technology. We spoke with leaders from other CoSN chapters and Bailey Mitchell, our colleague from Forsyth County, Georgia, told us about their nascent BYOT […]

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FableFlash Newsletter

I always enjoy getting the FableVision newsletter, and the June 2011 issue is no exception. Every issue has a free downloadable poster – the new one is “I’m an Outside the Box Thinker!” Great for decorating your office or classroom, or to use as a writing prompt. One nice bit of news that I already […]

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