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Blogging – Silvia Tolisano- Langwitches Blog
  • Reflection about Anne Frank and Making Blogging Connections
    I read the book ” The Diary of Anne Frank” as an eleven year old and was inspired to begin writing my own diary, which I have continued for over...
  • Blogging Rubric in Spanish: Rúbrica para Bloguear y Comentar
    Being truly global does not mean to only be able to connected within a monolingual world. We can’t truly speak about global communication and collaboration, if indeed we mean talking...
  • Langwitches Blog Turns 9 Years Old!
    As I was working with teachers at the Goethe Schule in Buenos Aires, Argentina today, supporting them in creating their own new blogs for professional development and to document their...
  • Truly Global?
    Living in the USA (in certain regions), it is sometimes easy to forget that NOT EVERYONE speaks English, or is comfortable with English as a foreign language.Even hanging out on...
  • Blogging for Learning: Mulling it Over
    I am mulling Blogging FOR Learning over and over. It seems to be the glue that holds the puzzle pieces together in terms of contemporary learning and teaching. From 1....
  • Documenting FOR Learning
    I am a documenter, I have always been… maybe it is in my blood… …from keeping diaries from an early age on, being the family letter writer, to taking pictures...
  • The Possibilities of Student Blogging
    Friend and colleague, Andrea Hernandez, filmed and edited the following video.  The video is a smorgasbord of  thoughts regarding the possibilities of blogging with your students. You will hear Andrea...
  • Blogging as a Curation Platform
    I have written about curation before using Twitter as a Curation Tool and about the importance of helping our Students Becoming Curators of Information.  Sue Waters also just published a...
  • Blogging as Pedagogy: Facilitate Learning
    Blogging should not be an add-on, not an isolated project, but should be seen as PEDAGOGY. Ann Davis shared a definition of Pedagogy beyond a  simple “method of teaching” (unfortunately I was...
  • And You Thought it Could Not Be Done: Blogging in Math
    Sometimes I am still amazed that not more Language Arts teachers have taken a good look at blogging. It seems such a match made in heaven: giving students an authentic audience...