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CIA, FBI, PLN: You're already a member of one of these.

Teaching used to be (and for some, arguably, still is) an isolated profession. The teacher, after closing the classroom door, is ultimately in charge of deciding what is taught and how it is taught. 615 more words


Using Pinterest and Twitter as PLN's

As a result of my readings this week, I was inspired to create a Pinterest account to try to find others who are interested in the same things as me, to expand my Personal Learning Network. 147 more words


Personal Learning Networks: The new PD

Personal  – Something that is meaningful to the person engaging in it.


Learning – The acquisition of new knowledge and the ability to use that knowledge effectively. 289 more words

Together We're Better for Kids

Being connected on Twitter, Voxer, etc. has been a powerful supplement to the relationships I cherish with the dedicated teachers in our school.  In fact, the connections we’re cultivating that started out on Twitter have had a direct impact on our students. 410 more words

My Thoughts Regarding Twitter

I first joined Twitter in October 2012. I didn’t use it much at all other than to post a daily quote from my website. I didn’t engage with anyone. 460 more words


#AusELT chat summary: “Professional development - that’s what I want!” (3rd July 2014)

What a lively chat about professional development! @cioccas posted some questions for us to think about before the chat and then structured the chat around these. 1,191 more words

Professional Development

My First PLN Additions

In the past I’ve had “blogrolls” that included blogs that I added just somewhat helter-skelter.  It also included websites that I regularly visited for education or history resources. 255 more words