Showcase ePortfolios encourage learners to reflect on how they think about thinking instead of being told what to think and learn.
The Constructivist Consortium encouraged active participation who played and learned by doing.
Edubloggercon session at ISTE learning about using iPads and the pros and cons of iPads.
Breakout session at Edubloggercon at ISTE 2010 where Scott McLeod asked about issues in being or bringing in a consultant. Half of the group were consultants and shared experiences.
Followed the Smackdown at Edubloggercon ISTE 2010. The Speed Demos were under two minutes and wish there was more time to have more demos.
The author encourages coaches to require a contract as part of the coaching relationship to protect their time and to have a balance in their life.
The author encourages users of social media and online communities to determine the total cost of ownership. Free is not always free. Investigate what happens to your private information, to your content, and more.
This post is about doing what you love and not just thinking about it. Barbara shares how she loves to write and that blogging is a good way to get her thoughts out there.
Learning is different and technology has impacted how they learn. Learning environments need to change to meet the needs of today’s student. This post talks about the types of technology that can enhance learning and motivate students.
People are changing how much they can trust social networking sites. This article is a review of a study that focuses on user’s online identities.