Promoting Reflection

Today at Educon, I led a conversation titled “Promoting Reflection.” I really wanted to stay true to the spirit of Educon and make this a conversation/workshop, not a lecture. I tried to take on the role of the facilitator and tried to make sure that I talked less than the group as . . . → Read More: Promoting Reflection

Writing to Grow – an Introduction to Blogging

This is the fifteenth post in the Professional Development 2.0 series. If you have not already, I would encourage you to start with the first fourteen posts:

Introduction to the New Professional Development Old and New What is a PLN? Parts of a New PLN What’s all that tweeting about? Why Twitter? Instant . . . → Read More: Writing to Grow – an Introduction to Blogging

#WhyBlog - Why I Write

I read a reflective post by Will Richardson this morning on his nine years of blogging (Congratulations Will!). His post got me thinking about why I write myself. I am quickly approaching the one year anniversary of this blog and the tone and direction of the site has certainly changed since my . . . → Read More: #WhyBlog – Why I Write

Large-Scale Student Voices

While waiting for my next great idea (or my first great idea, but who’s counting) I stumbled across WordPress MU. Before I can move onto my idea and how I think it will benefit students, you need a little background. WordPress is blogging software that you install on a server to run . . . → Read More: Large-Scale Student Voices