Sunday, May 31, 2009

PRE AP ALG 2 (web based)




q&a about the class. about web based learning.


clay shirky you rock


i loved his ted talk. especially the part where he says....the big question is...but because my time is out i won't be able to address it, which is good, because i don't know the answer.


collaboration vs institution.

Thursday, May 28, 2009

Wednesday, May 27, 2009

the digital generation project


profiles of kids in the digital generation.


Tuesday, May 26, 2009

top 20 ted talks (podcasts) for busy school admin

check this list out per dangerously irrelevant.


and here's another list of 10 k-12 online talks.

Monday, May 25, 2009

i teach i learn





take a look at this great program in ny

Friday, May 15, 2009

think big

Tuesday, May 12, 2009

make change you say?



just click his head for an inspiring ted talk on how tribes can make change.




Sunday, May 3, 2009

small change


i'm part of a group called small change. the premise is to make some small change each day, each week, each month, ....and the see the difference it can make to others.

a cool idea i just heard of - each holiday, let's say mother's day, do something for your mother - of course - but do something for another mother as well. ie: at mornings with brant.com you can find a catalog of needs for mothers in afghanistan, not manicures and such, more like an ultra sound or prenatal care, check it out. or you can just send a card by clicking here. for each card - a mother will receive a free prenatal visit.


imagine how the world would change - if we all did that.


just one small change.

Saturday, May 2, 2009

using the web to ORGANiZE


click here to see a 3 minute video - in plain english - on how to start using delicious. great organizational tool.

Friday, May 1, 2009

the job of teaching - engage others. not about standardization, but about raising the standard.


another amazing talk by ken robinson, called the element, at an rsa conference feb 5, 09. yes 40 minutes. 39 if it sounds better. a must see for all educators. (would hope that means everyone)