Monthly Archives: July 2007

iPhone And Learning

First report about the using the iPhone in education from the MASIE Center Learning Lab. Short video and podcast. iPhone & Learning: Early Report. Check it out. Blogged with Flock

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Twitter In The Classroom

I tried to leave a comment on David Warlick’s redesigned blog, but alas it wasn’t accepted or worthy or something, so I’ll post here instead. David wondered whether he should put a “Twitter-like” app on Class Blogmiester – and I … Continue reading

Posted in Twitter, Web 2.0 | 4 Comments

What If We Got What We Want?

I may not be the first to bring this up. But … At the NECC EduBloggerCon one of the most lively discussions took place in a session where we discussed the “talking points” of Web 2.0. How do we advance … Continue reading

Posted in 1:1, Change, Education, necc07, Project Based, Student Access, Teacher Access, Technology, Web 2.0 | 4 Comments

Test From Flock – Or I Better Not Get Caught Using Word to Write My Blog Again!!!

OK – I was made fun of (just a little) by several inhabitants of the Bloggers Cafe right after David Warlick sat next to me, saw that I was authoring a blog post, noticed I was using Word and said, … Continue reading

Posted in Blogging, Brian Crosby, Messy Learning, NECC 2007, necc07 | 7 Comments