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  • Further Amplification… Other Languages…
    “Amplification” in education is a concept, I am deeply committed to. In a recent post, Upgrade & Amplification Exercise and Checklist, I try to break down the process of amplification and make it more transparent for educators. Wha...
  • Assessment in the Modern Classroom: Part One
    In a previous post, Learning in the Modern Classroom, I started highlighting our school’s attention to not only providing amplified learning opportunities, but also the creation of new forms of assessment to go along with these learning oppo...
  • Twitter as a Curation Tool
    I have written and spoken extensively about the use of Twitter in education: as one social network tool to connect, collaborate and amplify (Seven Degrees of Connectedness, Upgrade & Amplification Exercise and Checklist ) as a critical compone...
  • The Power and Amplified Reach of Sharing
    What a powerful quote by Chris Lehmann! What a stunning image by Darren Kuropatwa! It speaks directly to the urgency in education to make SHARING part of the literacy fluency (think>experience >reflect>create>share> ) The heart...
  • Twitter HOTS & Establishing a Twitter Routine in the Classroom
    Why and how to use  Twitter in the Classroom has been occupying me for a while now. I have written about my thoughts in  Twitter Policy and Rational and  Guide to Twitter in the K-8 Classroom. A post for Twitter in K-2 is also in the making (stay ...
  • PDF to Download: Twitter Policy and Rationale
    After receiving so many positive comments and Re-Tweets of my previous Twitter Policy & Rationale, I am making a more visual pdf file available for download. Twitter Policy & Rationale
  • Twitter Policy and Rationale
    To keep our parents in the loop about Social Media use in the classroom, we have posted the following Twitter Policy and Rationale on the school’s 21st Century Learning blog. Twitter Policy and Rationale Several classrooms at the Martin J. G...
  • What Do I Post Where?
    The faculty at my school has a problem! Their heads are spinning because they have several different social media platforms available for them. I have to admit, I am a little proud of this problem For clarification: At our school, all teachers are...
  • R U Ready 4Twitter?
    I am still amazed at the amount of educators, who believe that Twitter holds NO VALUE for their professional learning. Many hold on to the belief that Twitter is a waste of time, used to follow celebrities, listen to gossip and bad hair day compla...
  • Seven Degrees of Connectedness
    Rodd Lucier, from the Clever Sheep blog, published a post titled Seven Degrees of Connectedness. The closing questions to Rodd’s post caught my eye:  Can [the framework] serve as an introduction to the concept of a personal learning network?...


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