by Lisa Noble | Apr 30, 2019 | Making The Shift, Student Life, The How of 21st Century Teaching, Voices
All of us who advocate for the learning potential of mobile technologies continue to navigate the hurdles of opening up BYOD devices in the unique context of school. My students and I had an â€œa-haâ€ moment the other day, in terms of digital citizenship and how we really need to think before we post images to the Internet. Or maybe even before we take the picture.
by Lisa Noble | Mar 5, 2013 | Passion Based Learning, Voices, Web Tools That Deepen Learning
Mobile technology can add fresh layers to just-in-time learning, as teacher Lisa Noble demonstrates in this story about an Ash Wednesday day camp, a mysterious stained glass window in her parish church, and the Bermuda Triangle!
by Lisa Noble | Jan 29, 2013 | Personal Learning Networks, The Teaching Life, Voices
Twitter’s power as a personal learning network made coming back to school after the winter break more tolerable for Lisa Noble and her Canadian elementary kids. The highlights included tweets from space, transmitted by astronaut and social media maven Chris Hadfield, a Canadian astronaut who landed on the international space station just before Christmas. And then there was littleBits…
by Lisa Noble | Aug 17, 2012 | Making The Shift, Passion Based Learning, The How of 21st Century Teaching, The Teaching Life, Voices
A game-changing experience inside her personal learning (and knitting) network has teacher Lisa Noble thinking about how to bring the transformational potential of powerful social media events into her own classroom.
by Lisa Noble | Mar 28, 2012 | Making The Shift, Student Life, The How of 21st Century Teaching, Voices
I talked with my students about the KONY campaign. We looked at the way the story was evolving minute-by-minute and read three newspaper articles together. What I did not do was show my students the original video. Most of my students accepted this, but a few Grade 7 boys really took me on. They felt that if their classmates lost a little sleep, it was nothing compared to what those children were experiencing.