Category: PLN


Microsoft ‘More than your OS’

Two summers ago I was fortunate enough to attend the Microsoft teacher summer camp, I fondly recall just how positive everybody was and the breadth of education profession that was represented; primary, secondary, special, a full complement of subjects and experience, teachers, Heads of Department, Year Heads, Assistant heads and of course Stuart and Kirsten…
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6 Nov ’11 0

Imagination = Intelligence Having Fun

Edublogger and edu-design enthusiast Dean Shareski shared his daughter’s artwork and inspiration this weekend via one of my favourite Flickr image pools. I felt it was worth sharing as well.     While cleaning in my daughter’s room, I noticed she’d added this to her chalkboard wall. I like it.

13 Mar ’11 0

Recommended Post

I often find reading Ewan McIntosh blog leaves me with plenty to consider. Today he provided coverage of John West-Burnham presentation at the Partners in Excellence Worldwide Innovative Education Forum. It is a very worthwhile read and there is no reason to paraphrase it here. I hope you enjoy it as I did. We cannot…
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30 Oct ’10 0

Reach Out to Jeff Utecht

I have never met Jeff, I think we Skyped on a few webware discussions, we have emailed and his blog has been in my RSS reader for over 2 years.  I have listen to his podcast (for a short while) and I have witnessed first hand his culinary skills when he was first testing Ustream I think?!? Yet…
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17 Jun ’10 0

Network and Nodes

Tom Barrett asked for comments on his blog, in preparation for the SLICT meeting being held at his school, so I responded. Tom is a good friend and has shown that there is more to PLN (Personal Learning Networks) than networking. #1 Having recently accepted an edtech post just 12 days ago, I am hardly…
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20 Jan ’08 0