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Web 2.0 / Emerging Technology

With the emergence of social media and emerging technology how do know what type of technology to use in the classroom. This group will provide a discussion area for best practices when using this type of technology in education.See More
Sep 7, 2011
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Global Read Aloud Project

Through the power of one shared read aloud, I hope to facilitate connections between students throughout the world. You decide how much time the project will take for you but connections will happen.See More
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A Hug a Day will keep the doctor AWAY!!

Posted on September 7, 2011 at 1:47pm 0 Comments

http://busemd.edublogs.org/2011/04/04/a-hug-a-day-will-keep-the-doctor-away/ 

  Hugging is a therapeutic drug for everybody especially for children. Unfortunately many of them are missing out on the wonders of being hug which may be a contributing factor to many of the negative behaviour of them. Hugging is a way of fulfilling the profound physical and emotional need for touch in…

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Hugging is a therapeutic drug for everybody especially for children. Unfortunately many of them are missing out on the wonders of being hug which may be a contributing factor to many of the negative …

Posted on September 7, 2011 at 1:45pm 0 Comments

Hugging is a therapeutic drug for everybody especially for children. Unfortunately many of them are missing out on the wonders of being hug which may be a contributing factor to many of the negative behaviour of them. Hugging is a way of fulfilling the profound physical and emotional need for touch in human beings.

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Sarah Jewell Leonard commented on Rick H. McElroy's group Early Childhood
"Sara- I have taught in a younger preschool classroom and used a more emergent, self-directed approach to handwriting. We used some of the HWT materials but never worked straight from the curriculum.   I am, however, very well versed in using…"
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Heather Ann Ziemba replied to Andrea Ray's discussion Is Professional Development Still a Joke?
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Leveraging the Potential of Personal Learning Networks for Teacher Professional Development - Doctoral Research Study

Dear Fellow Educators:    My name is Katherine Maloney and I am a doctoral student at the University of Phoenix.  My dissertation focuses on how educators are using their Personal Learning Networks (PLNs) for professional development purposes.  I need your help.  Please click on this link if you are able to spare 5 minutes or less of your time to complete a short survey containing 13 questions concerning your use of a PLN for…See More
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