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Is Edu Connected Collaboration Just Whistling In The Wind?

My Island View

Like many people my first foray into the virtual world of connectedness was through Facebook. It was considered a social media application for professionals. Through LinkedIn I discovered Twitter. Twitter was more in real-time. I used Twitter only for educators.

Podcasting How To’s and Tips with Jeff Bradbury and Vicki Davis

The CoolCatTeacher

Jeff Bradbury on episode 267 of the 10-Minute Teacher Podcast From the Cool Cat Teacher Blog by Vicki Davis Follow @coolcatteacher on Twitter. Six months later, I got an email from this random person that said, “Hey, I just wanted to let you know… We’re here at EdCamp Buffalo.

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Is Edu Connected Collaboration Just Whistling In The Wind?

My Island View

Like many people my first foray into the virtual world of connectedness was through Facebook. It was considered a social media application for professionals. Through LinkedIn I discovered Twitter. Twitter was more in real-time. I used Twitter only for educators.

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Is Edu Connected Collaboration Just Whistling In The Wind?

My Island View

Like many people my first foray into the virtual world of connectedness was through Facebook. It was considered a social media application for professionals. Through LinkedIn I discovered Twitter. Twitter was more in real-time. I used Twitter only for educators.

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A true gift from SHEG: DIY digital literacy assessments and tools for historical thinking

NeverEndingSearch

Claims on Twitter : Students read a tweet and explain why it might or might not be a useful source of information. Social Media Video : Students watch an online video and identify its strengths and weaknesses. Social studies teachers will adore these!

HOW TO EDCAMP! Notes from a workshop by Kevin Jarrett

Saving Socrates

Kevin Jarrett (@kjarrett) spoke about how to run an edcamp at #edcampsteam. https://docs.google.com/document/d/148stWNaJWyjOXQrxCdMFuuhSpx6EC4oeTK88W_FtUrE/edit It isn''t trademarked for an edcamp. Edcamp rules, has to be open to all, at school unconference. This is what an edcamp should be. You can learn about stuff at an edcamp. If you are interested in setting up an edcamp, you register the name on twitter, register gmail address edcampsteam@gmail.com, etc.

Connecting Teaching, Learning, & Leadership

EdTechSandyK

Dr. Mazza showed us this video to give an idea of what connected educators can do with Twitter: Twitter in D123 from OLHD123 on Vimeo. But they do not send out student names on social media. pln professional development social media

The Rise of Online Professional Development!

EdTechnocation.com

That''s why I help plan Edcamp Honolulu! 8-9) Connected Educator Month (October) TeacherCast broadcasts by +Jeffrey Bradbury Check out all the Twitter chats on ChatSalad.com EdTech Mixed Plate LIVE Hangout (shameless plug) Google Rocks!

8 Education Books For The Digital Age: The Connected Educator Series #CorwinCE

The Web20Classroom

Ask any of the thousands of teachers who regularly use Twitter, Pinterest, or Facebook about connected education, and you may get an earful about using digital tools as a means to connect with educators and students worldwide. The Edcamp model connects educators to PD like never before.

Refill Your Learning Toolbox This Summer

MSEDTechie

Instagram, Twitter, or personalized Facebook groups allow you to create your own learning opportunities, anywhere, and anytime. The connections you make through social media lead you to a wealth of knowledge that is not made possible without it.

What Are Your EdTech Resolutions?

TeacherCast

Twitter: @TechEdShow ([link]. Find or organize an EdCamp. Invest time in social media. Twitter. Facebook. Share lessons, images of students engaged in activities to social media. Download. Listen in a New Window. iTunes. Stitcher. SoundCloud.

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Today's Newsletter: Refill Your Learning Toolbox This Summer

techlearning

Instagram, Twitter, or personalized Facebook groups allow you to create your own learning opportunities, anywhere, and anytime. The connections you make through social media lead you to a wealth of knowledge that is not made possible without it.

Let’s Inspire Each Other During #ISTE2016 #NotAtISTE16

Teacher Reboot Camp

Please dm me for an invite on Twitter @ShellTerrell or message me on Facebook. Lisa Dabbs, Tanya Avrith, and Erin Klein will be presenting about edtech tools, social media in education, #NTChat, and connected classrooms.

Make A Big Splash Into Summer Learning

MSEDTechie

Are you using Twitter, Voxer, Skype, Google Hangouts, Facebook, or other social media tools to expand your personal learning network? Social media allows you to create your own learning opportunities, anywhere, and anytime.

9 Ways to Upgrade Professional Learning in Your District

Tom Murray

From professional learning modules to social media, opportunities for learning through high quality digital content must be available for both teachers and kids. Social media and technology tools offer global networks of educators looking to connect and grow professionally.

Why Every Conference Should Be A Connected Conference-#ASCD13

The Web20Classroom

They have a Twitter account , Facebook Page , P interest page and ASCD EDge is a popular community. And during the conference the Executive Director sent his first tweet and talked about the importance of educators to embrace social media to extend their learning.

Google Success Story: Pam Hubler, Google Certified Trainer

Shake Up Learning

You may recognize Pam, as she is very active on social media and serves as one of the community managers of the Shake Up Learning Facebook Group. She has presented at FETC, the EdTechTeam Low Country Summit, and EdCamps. Follow Pam on Twitter: @specialtechie.

How to Choose a Digital Assessment Strategy – SULS010

Shake Up Learning

02:16] – Before digging into the meat of the episode, Kasey gives a shoutout to Sarah Ackerman-Hale, who shared an amazing project with all of us in the Shake Up Learning Community on Facebook. [04:26] Carly Black on Twitter. Edcamp. Twitter : @teachmomrepeat.

Google Tips for Instructional Coaches and Tech Coaches

Shake Up Learning

Here are some additional ideas from the Shake Up Learning Facebook Group: Join our group to see the original post and join in on the conversation! She has presented at FETC, the EdTechTeam Low Country Summit, and EdCamps. Follow Pam on Twitter: @specialtechie.

Paperless Please

Hansen's Link to Tech

Easy answer(s) is to contact your building/district coach, talk to your PLN, connect with a G+ Community, lurk or join Twitter Chat, attend a conference or edcamp. Please, Please, Please do not fall into this Facebook category post.

Empowering or Stifling Voice?

The Principal of Change

One person that has become one of my closest colleagues is someone that I criticized sharply on social media, only to have dinner with them that evening. To be clear, I did not call that blogger out by name nor did I post my comment directly on the blogger’s social media feed.

Being Comfortable with Being Uncomfortable

Kyle Pace

There are loads of ways to do this: Twitter, Facebook groups, Google+ communities, blogs, and more. Go to an edcamp, go to a conference, go to your local Google Educator Group meetup, or use social media to put together your own!

Hack Education Weekly News

Hack Education

” Via Motherboard : “ Twitter Is Banning Anyone Whose Date of Birth Says They Joined Before They Were 13.” Inside Higher Ed on Facebook ’s plans to partner with community colleges to teach digital literacy. Here’s how the Des Moines Register wrote about Des Moines Area Community College ’s involvement: “Facebook chooses Iowa college for rare digital marketing education partnership.”

ISTE "Unplugged" in Denver - 10th Anniversary of the Education Unconference!

The Learning Revolution Has Begun

MySpace, not Facebook, defined social networking at the time, and boy was it an uphill battle in education for those that could see the value of peer-to-peer social networks for teachers.