I will be on a non-blogging vacation (per spouse request) for a bit, and I’d like to welcome Dean Shareski to the virtual keyboard! Dean is an educator, dad, and great thinker on educational technology issues from Moose Jaw, Canada, and has the blog and podcast “Ideas and Thoughts from an EdTech.”
Many thanks to Dean for taking the helm here as a guest blogger!
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On this day..
- Undo a Typing Mistake on an iPhone by Shaking It - 2011
- How to turn on YouTube video comment moderation - 2011
- Over the Pond and Through The Fiber #aha-moment - 2010
- Benefits of Social Networking - 2009
- Dreaming of a free NetFlix for books site for student readers - 2008
- Deciding Ning "friends" to avoid - 2007
- Making myself at home - 2006
- QuickTime tips - 2005
- Garageband tips - 2005
[…] Today Wes emailed me and thanked me for guest blogging. He also gave me some insights about things to keep in mind during my upcoming trip to Yellowstone. He didn’t go into great detail but provided me with some helpful tips. Is this the same way I should have facilitated things today? Maybe but the difference is while I’ve never been to Yellowstone, I’ve had some experience travelling. I can figure out many things on my own. But what if I’ve never gone on vacation? What if I’ve never crossed a border or booked a accomodation? In that case, his advice would be less helpful because I’d have bigger concerns. That’s where I think many of our teachers are at. They are so new to everything that the Read/Write web can do that they need more context. They need to understand clearly why and how they should be using the tools. […]
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