So now what? I started a blog. Hmm-mph. I said I would never do this. Here I am writing about stuff connected to #edtech, the internet (the “Interwebs”), online communities and connecting classroom and teachers. I started this blog as part of a class assignment and now am realizing that the practice might actually teach me a thing or two, connect me to teachers who want a forum for connecting classrooms, creating online communities that link their classroom to the greater world, or just want a place to talk about ‘Really Important Stuff.’ Like this: edut.to/2bj5frP or Six-step strategies that can help you identify the veracity of a website. Well, thanks, then. Glad there is such a thing, now that it has been drilled into every student that they MUSN’T touch wikipedia! Instead of training students to drink from the pitcher, they just tell them not to be thirsty! Ever occur to anyone to teach students how to properly use wikipedia instead of steering them away? So much good stuff there, (in Wiki, I mean), now if I just knew how to extract it. Try the lemon press? Cheers.
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