Monthly Archives: September 2011

Swimming in the Sea of EdTech

I walked into new waters this year.  6 months ago, armed with a guide, a support group, and a private pool I dipped my first toe in.    We sat on the side-wall of the pool, dipped our toes, read some … Continue reading

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Can You Hear Me Now?

Can you hear me now?  Mobile technology and the next generation  is a one hour lecture presented by David Thornburg of Thornburg Center for Prof Development that is divided into four parts: History of communications as a dominant technological force … Continue reading

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Vus iz Web 2.0?

Labor Day weekend – the last bit of summer vacation before the school year gets going.  My kids are grown now.  I don’t pick out their first day of school outfits and I don’t take snapshots of them waving goodbye … Continue reading

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Wiki-speed: Slow & Steady Wins the Race

Over the past 9 months I’ve been researching and studying the field of Education and Technology as part of an online course called Educational Technology Integration.  The outcomes for this class include developing a working knowledge of educational technology standards and … Continue reading

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