I was lucky enough to attend the national conference in Phoenix when the standards were unveiled and even pre-ordered my copy so I could pick it up right at registration with the rest of my conference bag goodies. I’ve participated in Webinars and Twitter chats related to the new standards, I’m even in an online book study… Continue reading Cool Tools for School, Thing 50: The New AASL Standards
Another year, another Cool Tools session to wrap up. Let’s dive right in! What did you learn? How did you put what you learned into action at school? Personally? While I struggled initially with the EBP lessons that kicked off the Track 4 Cool Tools, I think they have had the biggest impact on how… Continue reading Thing 40: Final Reflections & What’s Next?
For this lesson, I ended up looking at the following blogs: Aabdul810, TechieToolsBlog, and Bri’sCoolToolsBlog. What did I learn? So much!!! I wish I did a better job of reading other blogs during this year’s Cool Tools because in just this weekend, I got so many ideas and learned so many cool tips and tricks.… Continue reading Bonus Lesson: Making Connections
After exploring several of the links for App-apalooza, I found three discoveries I’m pretty pumped about: Discovery #1: Digital Dog Pound and their App Task Challenges! I loved that they made their ATC available in one Google Drive folder you can add to your own Google Drive-and of course immediately added it to mine. The… Continue reading Thing 38: App-apalooza
For this tool, I thought I’d write about two things I decided to try, one a professional development, the other a personal development. Professional Development: I had gotten an email about an online class AASL was offering called Learn to Tweet and I was intrigued. I’ve been on Twitter for over 5 years now but… Continue reading Thing 37: Join Me for Some Professional & Personal Development?