Connecting with Others

connections by Shureen Goodman

Tweet We connect in so many ways.  It seems like “connect” is a buzz word sometimes: connecting texts we read to experiences, connecting math concepts to real life, making connections with others. Social media is one way people connect and it seems like so many websites and online businesses want to take advantage of the potential […]

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Flashmob at ISTE

Tweet What a way to start off the summer – a tech in ed convention.  This was, by far, the biggest thing I have been part of!  There were 11,000 people at the ISTE convention housed at the Pennsylvania Convention Center.  The buildings covered 4 blocks in the downtown, there were 1000s of sessions and […]

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Animoto for the Classroom

Tweet I love Animoto!  It is so easy to use and fun too!  I’ve been trying to make more videos for my class and for my You Tube channel and have been stuck on Windows Media Player.  But since I have really started using Animoto, it will be my go to movie creating platform for […]

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Skyping with Cybraryman

Tweet He’s been asking for over a year, and finally I was able to say, “YES!”  Well, actually, I told Jerry Blumengarten, AKA “Cybraryman” yes when he first asked if my class would like to Skype with him, but the process to make that happen was a little long and slightly complicated. My district, at […]

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The Multiple Intelligences and Technology

Tweet Melissa Edwards is one of my “go-to” people when it comes to purposefully using technology in the classroom.  A few weeks ago we were chatting about the Multiple Intelligences, and she put a post together that included some great resources and references.  So, if you are interested in spending some time clicking through and […]

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Grooveshark – Making Playlists for the Classroom

Tweet My last two posts have included live playlists powered by Grooveshark.  In a sentence – I LOVE Grooveshark.  I’ve only been using it only for a short time, but I can see so many possibilities for it in my teaching and sharing with teachers.  Let me explain: As the author of a book about […]

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Student Blogging – Piloting a Program

Tweet This week some students of mine have begun the blogging process.  They are very excited and so am I. Since the beginning of the school year, they have been writing in their “Reflection Journals” at the end of every day, reflecting on what they have learned in the various subjects and about themselves as […]

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Connect Globally in Your Classroom

Tweet #ntchat (New Teacher Chat) is a great Twitter chat for new teachers and veteran’s alike.  I love attending these forums where all kinds of teachers share great resources and ideas.  Last night’s topic was How can we support new teachers to make Global Connections? and it did not disappoint. Connecting globally is a reality […]

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Tech and the Arts

Tweet As the host of a website whose roots are firmly planted in arts education and integration, one may find it odd to have focused a blog series on Technology in the Classroom.  BUT, the truth is that I love both tech and the arts, I embrace both and I strive to use both in […]

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