Content Curation for Learning

‘Students have access to unprecedented amounts of information online and need to move beyond consumption to more critical, organised and productive use of digital materials, […]

10 ways to use Wakelet’s new collaboration feature

The Internet is full of useful information … and it’s getting fuller every day. The struggle these days isn’t finding enough information. It’s knowing what […]

Getting to Cooperation: 4-C your work

With whom you do work, and with whom you make that work available, are in fact more important than the task itself.

Learn with Lynda: Creating and Managing a YouTube Channel

Ever thought about creating a YouTube channel? I know I have. Whether it’s for you, your School or your Department, creating and curating a YouTube […]

Create your own Google Search Engine

We are hearing a lot recently about search engines for kids. This is a tricky issue when we get into issues of social justice and […]

Gold from Straw: Creating Your Own Meaning

Personal learning is a form of assembly, where we find, evaluate, use or discard things we encounter on our way. More often than not, though. we […]

Learning through finding, choosing, sorting and sharing

Students have access to unprecedented amounts of information online and need to move beyond consumption to more critical, organised and productive use of digital materials, […]

From Auckland, a charge to curate

Nigel Young, a professional colleague via my Twitter PLN, pointed me to a live broadcast from eLearnz 2015, a New Zealand eLearning conference that I […]

WOL concerns, blow-by-(glass)blow counters

I had the pleasure of being able to share some ideas and practices about Working Out Loud/Showing Your Work (WOL) the other day with a […]

Collaborative Inquiry, Innovation, Reimagining School

Today, it is imperative that we make changes to our traditional school paradigms to meet the learning needs of our students for today and their […]

Abundance and Choices: Make the decision and move on

We know the feeling: Standing in the cereal aisle, or before the maddeningly long rack of cold medicines, frozen by the overwhelming number of choices. […]

I have an Idea: Now what?

The older I become and experience I gain, the more interesting ideas I find and (sometimes) generate. Some are silly, some (I think) are quite […]

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