Monthly Archives: May 2007

Good News All Around

Celest was back today after an almost six week absence. She rang our Skype bell just as students were entering at nine and except for recess and lunchtime – and a short break to take a blood draw, she was … Continue reading

Posted in Blogging, Inclusion, Skypecast, Student Access, Technology, Video Skype, Web 2.0, Wikis | 2 Comments

Fun And Motivation With FD’s Flickr Tools

Years ago I came up with an idea for a writing prompt that I felt was pretty “schema neutral“-  all kids would have experience enough to be able to write a story about this prompt. I call it “A Day … Continue reading

Posted in 1:1, Change, Digital Video, Education, Literacy, Messy Learning, Project Based, Student Access, Technology, Web 2.0 | 5 Comments

Home Sweet Home

I got word today that Celest is home much earlier than expected from her hospital stay out of town and feeling good. I’ll report back when she makes it back to class (via Skype). We haven’t seen her in about … Continue reading

Posted in Inclusion, Video Skype | 1 Comment

A Hit and a Miss

I finished the last of four  4 hour classes I taught on Flickr, blogs, wikis, writingfix.com, digital video, TeacherTube and Skype (and a few other things) last night. To demo Skype I made a connection with Chrissy in New Zealand. … Continue reading

Posted in Blogging, Brian Crosby, Messy Learning, Skypecast, Technology, Video Skype, Web 2.0, Wikis | 3 Comments