Couples Twittering for Education- Phil and Jo Hart

Part I of Couples Twittering for Education In 2010, Twitter’s future seems uncertain. I am concerned with this news, because Twitter is my major source of communication and engagement with other educators. According to Bill Heil and Mikolaj Piskorski of the Harvard Business Review, a study showed that  10% of Twitter users accounted for over […]

What Did They Tweet?

February’s 2nd edition of the What Did They Tweet weekly series! Let’s see what our Personal Learning Network (PLN) tweeted about in education and social media this week. Mashable’s TED Channel @Luis2010 posted Mashable’s news that they now have a TED channel. Through the channel, I discovered Isabel Allende’s beautiful video about the power of […]

Chat Live with Alfie Kohn

Perhaps you recall that incredible #Edchat with Alfie Kohn acting as a moderator who answered many of your questions about his stance on not giving homework. This #Edchat became the number 5 trending topic on Twitter. Tom Whitby, Steven Anderson, and I have once again collaborated with Alfie Kohn to have him answer educators’ questions […]

PLNs- Be A Mentor

Many of us have experienced the benefits of Personal Learning Networks (PLN), which include access to a 24/7 network of resource-sharers, SMEs (subject matter experts), supporters, and friends access to resources when we need it extended professional development in the learning style we like best wheter it is a video, blog post, podcast, webinar, or […]

January in Review

January 2010! I started 2010 on quite an ambitious note with the 30 Goals Challenge series. I feel I grew so much as a blogger with your support in completing these challenges. You are welcome to download the free e-book of the challenges if you would still like to complete them. We have many new […]

What Did They Tweet?

February’s 1st edition of the What Did They Tweet weekly series! Let’s see what our Personal Learning Network (PLN) tweeted about in education and social media this week. Student Video about Technology @DeronDurflinger shared this video created by one of the students at Van Meter, Josh Porter. Josh presented this video to the superintendents. Many […]

Goal: Pass the Baton

Part of the 30 Goals 2010 Challenge Series As educators we tend to be very giving people and volunteer our time to help others. In this way, education is a significant profession. I am fortunate to have been involved in many incredible projects. Along the way, I realized that some of these projects either no […]