I’m off again on a short vacation, but I couldn’t let this paragraph escape at least a word or two. Over the weekend, Bill Gates was interviewed by the Wall Street Journal. From the piece: One of the foundation’s main initial interests was schools with fewer students. In 2004 it announced that it would spend […]Read More Determining Failure
Good Monday. Teaching and playing catch up today. Nice to have some office time. Big year ahead. # @techsavvyed The joy of the summer schedule. Enjoy your break. in reply to techsavvyed # @hickstro Well thanks. What sorts of folks are you looking to follow? in reply to hickstro # @hickstro I'd look at @MaryAnnReilly, […]Read More The Week in Tweets for 2011-07-25
I’ve been teaching an awful lot of Google Mail and Calendar classes lately, as my school district is moving into its new email platform1. And I mention during these classes that students will have email next year. In fact, it’s one of the big advantages for us – student email, somebody in the IT department […]Read More Leave A Little Love for Them
Back to work. Teaching Google mail today. Should be fun to discover how many changes have been made in the last week. # @milobo Thanks. See you soon. in reply to milobo # @garystager Have a great time. in reply to garystager # Fiddling with this – thanks for the nudge from @dhudgins. http://t.co/L1bO6JR (Lots […]Read More The Week in Tweets for 2011-07-18
No fewer than three times today, my brain was tickled into considering the question that I’ve buried at the end of this hurried post. Let me recap: 1. In a few Google+ conversations about sharing1, I’ve seen folks state that the advantage of things like circles2, is that they can help you to narrowcast rather […]Read More Fuzzy Thinking: Fragmenting Us in Pursuit of, Well, Us.
Off to rent some bikes and ride around the coast. Rough day. # "We hold these truths to be self-evident . . ." http://t.co/XtETbdh # @TeachaKidd On point 8 – we should not be in the business of pre approving student utterances. Let's not push for tools to censor students. in reply to TeachaKidd # […]Read More The Week in Tweets for 2011-07-11
Blogging in the Blogger's Cafe. Good thing blogging's not dead. #iste11 # @Mrs_Vee @skajder No. It's a tool in the box – but not the number one tool. in reply to skajder # @skajder @mrs_vee Fair enough. So – Why is Twitter "the no. 1 tool for PD?" (I still say it isn't. #iste11 in […]Read More The Week in Tweets for 2011-07-04