Monthly Archives: March 2010

Day Six Deals — March 21, 2010

Let get right to it! FOR EVERYONE: HeadMagnet: Another option for digital flashcards. This one tracks where the user needs more help. Newspaper Generator: You can quickly overuse this, but it does provide a nice way to publish news or … Continue reading

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Day Six Deals! February 2010

Another edition of Day Six Deals! Please note that you can subscribe to my blog via email now (look over to the left). I will still send notice when I post to the blog, but if you subscribe with email, … Continue reading

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Yes, Absolutely, You Should Blog (and So Should Your Students)

The York Suburban Blog Site is up and running. Don’t think you or your students need to do this? Think again! Thinking + Writing + Multimedia + Audience = Blogging Let’s explore this equation… THINKING: Why teach a lesson and … Continue reading

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The Needle in the Haystack Hides No More

Let’s imagine that you want to know more about the symbolism of the Conch in Lord of the Flies. You begin with Google and quickly find some sites. The problem is that once you open one of the sites, you … Continue reading

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Temporary Drop Folder….Or Not…..

I have been fielding many questions lately about the student common drive. “Aly, students couldn’t save to my folder on the common drive. Why?” Please remember that we changed the rights to those folders on the student common drive. Only … Continue reading

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It’s All About Your Professional (Social) Network

I have boiled down my PETE&C notes, and one thing keeps bubbling to the surface: “It’s All About Your Network.” What do I mean by network? My network is a collection of face-to-face and online friends and colleagues with whom … Continue reading

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