Category Archives: Reflections

ESL material – maybe not Tech related. I am still learning Wordpress so bear with me here as I test this function out.

#IMMOOC: Do, or Do not. There is no “try” – Yoda

First Attempts In Learning… A recurring theme that I’ve been noticing, here in the IMMOOC, in my Leadership & Educational Technology (M.Ed course), and from Jad Abumrad (ISTE’s keynote speaker from last June’s conference) is the value of failure.  Jad … Continue reading

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#IMMOOCTVDSB (Isn’t there a limit on hashtag characters?)

Just a note of the spuracity of my blog posts (yes, I know that I just made that word up.  I’m allowed to.  It’s my blog.)  It’s not like I haven’t been writing elsewhere.  I’m a frequent Twitter user; granted, … Continue reading

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ISTE2017

San Antonio, Texas For a conference that hasn’t even officially begun, ISTE2017 is already packed.  For those of you that don’t know, ISTE (International Society for Technology in Education) is a massive, global organization dedicated to improving digital citizenry and … Continue reading

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MOOC – Keeping Motivation Levels Up (or Someone Notice Me, Please!)

I have to be honest; the first MOOC  I tried, I didn’t finish.  Started off well.  Read the required articles.  Watched the Rick Mercer-like instructor videos.  Eagerly participated in the online discussions.  And then tuned out.  I think I know at … Continue reading

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Padlet and San Antonio

Updates – All the Way to San Antonio… I haven’t updated this blog in some time, but I have been active in Twitter and elsewhere. I’ve developed a collaborative tool in Padlet that outlines various educational technology tools and apps … Continue reading

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Into the GAFE

One of my summer goals was to become fluent in GAFE, which, as I learned, is pronounced with a long “a” sound.  (Thus it is less of a gaffe…)  I stumbled onto some board training and managed to get one … Continue reading

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Edmodo- I think It’s Time

I recently attended an online Edmodo conference (#EdmodoCon16).  It was my second time.  I created an Edmodo account a couple of years ago to see what it was all about; at the time, I was juggling between two learning  management … Continue reading

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