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Friday, April 18, 2014

Using ThingLink Beyond the Classroom Walls

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ThingLink is an amazing tool for teaching and learning that is now supported across platforms to provide teachers and students with a variety of flexible options to extend the learning beyond the classroom walls. The recent addition of the Android app, along with existing the iOS app and web based platform, completes the full circle of possibilities for creating interactive images.

Read more on GettingSmart.com

Sunday, April 6, 2014

ThingLink Through the SAMR Lens

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ThingLink Through the SAMR Lens



If you are a teacher with a passion for teaching, ThingLink is an essential tool for your toolkit.  This flexible tool is well-suited for helping students dig deeper into content as they create. Learning to use ThingLink is an adventure worth exploring.

Saturday, March 29, 2014

Digital Differentiation on Simple K 12 Today

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Sharing resources from my Digital Differentiation Webinar today, sponsored by Simple K-12. Explore these flexible learning tools through this interactive graphic, created with ThingLink for teachers.


Wednesday, March 26, 2014

7 Tips for Rookie Bloggers!

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Yesterday I was thrilled to hear from a friend and valued member of my PLN, Bobbi CapwellShe published an insightful guest post to share struggles, experiences and advice about becoming a blogger. Her post is sure to inspire educators to blog!

It is with great pleasure that I share Bobbi Capwell's post with tips from the heart for rookie bloggers. Read the entire post on MyTownTutors.com and follow @BobbiC07 on Twitter. 

 Congratulations to Bobbi, and blog on!

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Blog Like the Big Dogs! 7 Tips for Rookie Bloggers!   by Bobbi Capwell 
small plantI love learning and growing-that may sound sappy but it is the truth. I feel that learning is very similar to gardening. As a person that struggles with growing anything other than grass in my yard, it will sound even stranger! When I found myself getting frustrated, I had to remember that every plant grows at its own pace. I can learn at my own pace too but can I write? Sometimes I tend to forget my own learning and that is why I wanted to start a blog. I wanted to share what I was learning by writing it down. (In my head, I had planted the seed! 
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