by Patti Grayson | May 29, 2012 | Creating Global Classrooms, Less Teacher, More Student, Making The Shift, The How of 21st Century Teaching, Voices, Web Tools That Deepen Learning
Skype enables students to connect, collaborate, and communicate with students across the globe. It creates an opportunity for students to learn from each other, to have authentic audiences for their work, and to meet musicians, authors, and others who can further their learning. The possibilities are truly endless. Skyping is no longer a novelty — a once-in-awhile special event. It’s becoming a routine part of being an effective 21st century teacher.
by Christen Dodd | Apr 27, 2012 | Powerful Learning Practice
As educators, we are preparing students to succeed in the real world. Thatâ€™s why itâ€™s imperative for students to be taught not only the â€˜funâ€™ parts of social media, but how to be responsible. In part three of our Twitter blog series, we’ll discuss how to use Twitter in the classroom.
by Susan Carter Morgan | Dec 2, 2010 | Changephoto © 2010 Jo Fothergill | more info (via: Wylio) “How often during a f2f meeting do you want to whisper a sidebar or pose a question?” asked Megan Stacey, an administrator from Forest Hills Schools in Ohio and a member of the Dublin-Dallas Cohort. The...