Tag Archives | personal learning network

Californian Learns to Conserve Water using a PLN

What I love about my PLN (personal learning network) is that I am connected to educators from all over the world and have the opportunity to learn about fantastic resources, instructional strategies, and research on a daily basis anytime I am on my computer. My PLN is largely constructed of Google Reader, where I subscribe […]

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The Networked Student

[youtube:”http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XwM4ieFOotA”] While digging though a backlog of unread blog posts in Google Reader I stumbled across this video.  Last weekend two big topics of the CLMS Technology Conference were online learning and personal learning networks, so the timing of this discovery is quite apropos for me.  What are we doing to create learning opportunities for […]

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Google Earth 4.3 Update

Tonight Google Earth Blog, part my personal learning network , notified readers that there was a major Google Earth Update. Take a look at the video below posted by Frank Taylor at Google Earth Blog for a quick tour of some of the new features. [youtube:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V4LfKcn3WxE&fmt=18] Its definitely worth the download. I love the sunlight […]

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Burt’s Blog

If you live in the greater Modesto area chances are you know Burt Lo. Our local CTAP6/CCUE expert in educational technology and geocaching has started his own blog – Burt’s Blog. Described as a “Repository of Burt’s Knowledge,” Burt’s Blog contains a collection of ideas, tips, and tricks for using technology in your classroom. Make […]

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Thinking Earth Day

One of the benefits to moving is that you get to clean everything out of your house and sort of “start-over.” I am not sure if its because Earth Hour was a major event in our neighborhood last weekend…or if its because we just moved to metropolitan area with the goal of being the “Greenest […]

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