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The Rise of …Web 3.0?

• March 22, 2011 • Comments (0)
The Rise of …Web 3.0?

War of the Worlds? The fear of technology replacing humans is as old as the first spark of fire! http://www.good.is/post/technology-and-teachers-the-rise-of-the-hybrid-school/ Talk to any teacher—veteran or neophyte—and she’ll tell you that one of the most challenging things is teaching students who are at different levels. Imagine the effort and skill required to teach a fourth grade [...]

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Ban Fiction?

• December 20, 2010 • Comments (0)
Ban Fiction?

Grant Wiggins, author of Understanding by Design, expressed his opinion that the overabundance of fiction in the curriculum does not serve students, particularly male students, well. Normally, I would insert a link to the article so that you could check it out yourself, but I can’t. The blog used to be here on the ASCD [...]

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Georgia Educational Research Association

• October 21, 2010 • Comments (0)
Georgia Educational Research Association

Tomorrow I will be presenting at my first conference since graduation from my doctoral program in August. I’m presenting a research study on the correlation between teacher race, educational level, and school composition, and disproportionate retention rates among elementary school students at GERA. As a graduate student I became quite the scholar of Critical Race [...]

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Storybird Teach-nology: Part II

• October 16, 2010 • Comments (0)
Storybird Teach-nology: Part II

I hope that you have had an opportunity to experiment with Storybird! Part II addresses some of the challenges that you may encounter when using Storybird. Here is an easy to use FAQ about this tool. 1. This site is Open Source. That means that it is currently free! Sounds good, but…Plans are apparently in [...]

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Storybird Teach-nology: Part I

• October 11, 2010 • Comments (0)
Storybird Teach-nology: Part I

Storybird is a very user friendly collaborative storytelling site! It makes it easy to create stories digitally and present them in a professional, aesthetically appealing manner. Users can even collaborate and produce a digital storybook together. Storybird has a wide appeal. Elementary through high school students can use this application! For primary students, this tool [...]

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WordPress Partners with Microsoft Live

• September 28, 2010 • Comments (0)
WordPress Partners with Microsoft Live

One of the most common questions I am asked is, “What program to you use to develop your site?” That answer has changed a lot over the past decade of designing and maintaining different web sites for student use, professional development, and different classes that I have taught.  In the late nineties, I was a [...]

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School Firewalls

• September 6, 2010 • Comments (0)
School Firewalls

One of the biggest blockades to accessing technology is schools is school! Diigo, WordPress, YouTube are just a few of the sites that force me to come face to face with the dreaded firewall. The one constant that binds these sites together is that they have the potential to allow students to access material that [...]

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Facebook…for Learning?

• September 4, 2010 • Comments (1)
Facebook…for Learning?

As a social networking tool, the popularity and phenomena of Facebook is undeniable. As an instructional tool, some educators are probably shaking their heads immediately! As a high school teacher, I know that many of my students are active facebookers. I decided to informally survey all of my American Literature students to see how many [...]

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Linderature is live!

• August 12, 2010 • Comments (0)
Linderature is live!

I hope everyone is doing great! I officially closed down my former student websites that I have kept active for almost a decade. Farewell, mrs.linder.com! The new student website in www.linderature.com. I also set up our class Facebook page under the same name. The student site is powered by WordPress. I used GoDaddy to host [...]

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What kind of technology do you use?

• August 3, 2010 • Comments (0)
What kind of technology do you use?

Web 2.0, social media, technology integration, digital tools…these are buzz words that we hear everywhere from professional learning classes to the local newspaper. What does it all mean? More importantly, why? Why? Why? Teachers are asked this question: “How are you using technology in your class?” more often than you think. Some administrator, technology guru, [...]

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