Monthly Archives: February 2012

Tweeting

I am still a little skeptical of these new forms of learning, but they are making more sense as I read more.  Is Twitter just another form of staying connected in our hyper-busy world?  I recently spoke to a friend … Continue reading

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new education

I have a question for my more-experienced science educator colleagues out there.  OK, I understand the idea that we can all create valuable knowledge.  I certainly look to teach so that I can be “part of the bigger conversation.”  I’m … Continue reading

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technology in learning

Doesn’t showing up for class and being prepared to share your ideas and knowledge still count for something? While technology opens education to many in various parts of the world, one of the things that both articles mention is that … Continue reading

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blogging question

When does information that’s available to students/ people become irrelevant and/or overload?  Should we all blog?  I see real value in blogging, but, if used improperly, I see a siphon on our education system.  There may be conventions, but those … Continue reading

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