Twitter for the IBDP Student

While Twitter is an amazing tool for building community, microblogging understandings, and organically developing a real-time yearbook, there’s more to be done with everybody’s favorite blue bird.   Twitter-literacy is bound to become increasingly...

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Twitter: the bread breaker

  In a post I wrote a few months back “INQUIRY: 120 CHARACTERS AT A TIME,” I constructed a fantasy teacher team, consisting of educators I’ve long admired through blogs and Twitter. The reality...

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Build a tinder nest.

Last spring, I spent weeks thinking about the power of language, and the many applications it has for shaping the way we perceive our roles in education.  At Learning2 in Milan, I put forth...

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On the power of assemblage

When Is the last time you told a friend, colleague, or student: “I’ll be your audience”? Last Monday, the third #teacherbookclub chat (Via Twitter) hosted the extraordinary co-author of Launch, John Spencer. If you...

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