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Coming Out of Hibernation with #SHC13 Think Tank!

Those of you that have had a baby will understand when I say that I’ve been in hibernation.  It’s not that I’ve been sleeping my days away, in fact I get less sleep now than I ever have.  My hibernation … Continue reading

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What’s Blogging Got To Do With It?

Ok, bad title I know.  But the content is good.  At least I hope it is.  Today I gave my students a survey about blogging.  It’s the first year that I’ve done blogs from the beginning of the year and … Continue reading

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I Have Yet Another Blog Crush

I found this one poking around Classroom 2.0.  Katy Scott’s blog Stretch Your Digital Dollar is a MUST READ for any teacher who is looking to use technology.  So that’s basically every teacher. (Seriously, if you aren’t using technology I’m … Continue reading

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Posts I’m Loving Today

Unshelved cartoons from 100 Scope Notes. Not only do I love this idea but I can already see my students creating their own versions using comic life. Even better, they could use this format to share their findings from their … Continue reading

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