To think, to clarify, to understand, to share, to connect, to better the world
Notice. Share. Care.
and first blog!
Deeper learning into blogger and networked blogging
Slice of Life: I remember…
keep taking your photos and videos with your smartphones — you never know when or what will inspire your creativity or make a connection with others.
One thing I enjoy is doodling daily. And over time, I’m getting better at a couple thing
“I am here and I, too, matter, just like you, with all your warts and wonders.”
traces of my spaces
October 20th of every year is The National Day On Writing sponsored by National Council of Teachers of English [NCTE] and The National Writing Project: Every October 20, NCTE celebrates … Continue Reading Why I Write
Also at Flickr by teach.eagle [me] THE DAILY CREATE #ds106 reply to me w/ tag #tdc1974 Goad @nmcorg into solving internet claim #tdc30day challenge https://t.co/TP7fLYzh7h pic.twitter.com/yVuLklXe0u — ds106 Daily Create (@ds106dc) … Continue Reading 30dayTDC ds106dc Cite Your Sources #tdc1974
Thanks to Margaret Simon’s DigiLit Sunday Challenge, I have a way to meet my new blogging goals, as I’ve explained here. Margaret also writes for Kidblog, and in her post, … Continue Reading DigiLit Sunday
I’ve been out of the loop, detached, lost. But A J Juliani’s newsletter reached out and shook me up: Keep going. I love thinking and writing: my fingers tapping the … Continue Reading Jan 8 Blogging Challenges
Ross Cooper wrote a post entitled, “Everyone is Writing a Book, or Everyone Has a Voice,” and I tried to write this comment [but was blocked as a bot]: And … Continue Reading Everyone is Writing a Book
Digital Writing My friend Kevin Hodgson [@dogtrax] considers the definition of digital writing on his blog, Kevin’s Meandering Mind. He thoughtfully considers “writing,” “composing,” and “digital writing.” I agree with … Continue Reading A response to Digital Writing
Why is blogging important to teaching and learning? Consider Teaching is all about learning, and discovering what works to inspire learning is a thoughtful, reflective process. What works? What doesn’t? … Continue Reading #edblogaday 1 Lots of Cs