Personal Learning Networks (PLNs) are the groups of people around us that help us develop skills and knowledge. They can be: Work colleagues. Teachers in […]
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Though Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn have different original purposes, they continue to become more like each other. Still, I find that I can use them […]
Here’s a confession … I’m not as enamoured by Twitter as I used to be. Unlike a traditional break up argument (is this the case, […]
Yesterday I switched off another network, Instagram. I have left Instagram — David Hopkins (@hopkinsdavid) March 27, 2017 There are a few reasons for this. […]
As a writing “warm up” for the Student Guides to Internet Learning Tools that my students are going to be writing and publishing, I asked Tia and […]
I recently was contacted on Twitter by a teacher asking to make a learning link between her class and one in my school: I passed […]
What’s new this week in my Diigo bookmarks? Check out the links shown below for some super cool digital resources that can be utilized to […]
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CLICK HERE TO VIEW Al-Hamdulilla! DESCRIPTION This book by Zaid Ali Alsagoff, explores 43 of his most inspiring and impactful learning adventures over one decade […]
The essential guide to promoting your school safely using social media. A short high impact course for teachers Ideal for Senior staff/ Business Managers/ Administrators […]
Sometimes a mistake can turn into a success. While browsing Twitter the other day, something caught my eye: a tweet mentioning the must-have 20 books […]