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Nuances of New Literacies

New literacies=new readers I’ve written about ways to embed Twitter into Service studies, Psychology, Personal and

Service and the Social Media Connection

    If it ‘takes a village’ to raise a child, it takes a network to

Ten Steps to hosting a Twitter Chat

  As far as spaces go, twitter is a great place for educators. Over the past

Pssst….where are all the PSHE peeps?

A five-minute walk from the rickety, raised track that carries the 5 train through the Bronx,

Twitter for the IBDP Student

While Twitter is an amazing tool for building community, microblogging understandings, and organically developing a real-time

Just Ask.

#Teacherbookclub just enjoyed its second online chat, featuring the man behind #InnovatorsMindset: George Couros. I’ve long

Individuals and societies

What does teaching individuals and societies have to do with twitter? I had a lunch meeting

Inquiry: 120 characters at a time.

  Spring is in the air.  Lately I’ve had a number of colleagues ask me to

Conversation Catalysts For Teacher Appreciation Week

Teacher Appreciation Week: Appreciate educators everywhere by making time to talk about the trade.   So,

Convocation: changing the conversation

Last Thursday, my colleague, John, wanted to take an hour to just chat all things education. 

Putting the ‘we’ in weave

“In a world of rapid change, we each need to garner as much useful information as