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We’re back! Please join us for this very informative webinar and tool to help you kick off the new school year! We will be featuring TeacherLists.and our special guest presenter will be Tim Sullivan, Founder of TeacherLists. TeacherLists is the smarter way to manage, find and share school supply lists for teachers and parents, free-of-charge. After uploading a school supply list once, educators can easily update and link the list to a school or personal website. TeacherLists provides parents the freedom of accessing and finding the most updated school supply list, twenty four-seven. In this presentation, TeacherLists founder Tim Sullivan explains why school supply shopping needed an upgrade and how TeacherLists is helping teachers and parents streamline the hectic back-to-school shopping season.

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Mobile apps

Started by Ruchita Parat in Uncategorized. Last reply by Carol Askin on Monday. 3 Replies

Do you think addition tools like mobile apps can help to make a teacher explain his subject better??Continue

eLearning Interview Questions

Started by Cheska Robinson in Introductions. Last reply by Cassandra Davenport on Monday. 1 Reply

Hello everyone!After five years of middle-school teaching in an urban setting, I have decided to pursue my love for educational technology and have applied for an eLearning Technology Specialist position. My background is that of a science teacher…Continue

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A great resource for ESL / EFL students

Started by Vicky Meszaros in Philosophy / Pedagogy. Last reply by Cassandra Davenport on Monday. 1 Reply

Hi!I've noticed that there aren't that many new posts to help and inspire English language learners. I'm an ESL teacher, currently living and teaching in Hungary. In my experience the fastest, best way to improve your English is by practising (as…Continue

Tags: speaking, language, practice, learn, ESL

Personal Learning Networks Pain Points

Started by Jim Roberts in Reviews of Software Tools and Services. Last reply by Carol Askin on Monday. 6 Replies

Hi All,,,,    I was curious what others felt was the biggest problem/pain point to personal Learning Networks...Continue

Wordle Problem

Started by Mel J. Janousek in Help or Feedback Needed. Last reply by Cassandra Davenport on Monday. 1 Reply

I have used Wordle a lot in the past, but I cannot currently use the website with Google Chrome.  It says that there is a plugin problem.  Has anyone had the same problem with Wordle recently?  Any help would be appreciated.Continue

Tips and Tricks for Classroom Discipline

Started by margaretsales in Introductions Jul 23. 0 Replies

If you’re a teacher you can understand how difficult it can be to …Continue

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Carol Askin replied to Ruchita Parat's discussion Mobile apps
"Mobile apps can definitely add to and extend the curriculum. The driving focus of the lesson still needs to focus on the instructional content. The curriculum is the driver, with technology the support. There are many apps that would support…"
Cassandra Davenport replied to Cheska Robinson's discussion eLearning Interview Questions
"I would offer to prepare a 10-15 demo staff PD (on a tool/strategy) that you could deliver for the panel. Prepare some responses to how you deal with a teacher caseload, if you will be coaching individual teachers. I would also prepare to talk about…"
Cassandra Davenport replied to Vicky Meszaros's discussion A great resource for ESL / EFL students
"I have really enjoyed learning from Larry and his ESL learners blog. Students I have worked with enjoy Duolingo as a centers app, there is even a teacher connection piece now so that you can view student…"
Carol Askin replied to Jim Roberts's discussion Personal Learning Networks Pain Points
"Hi Jim, I think the biggest problems in creating and maintaining a PLE is balance as you are trying to keep up with new network resources while maintaining current networks. As has been previously mentioned, time management becomes a critical…"
Cassandra Davenport replied to Mel J. Janousek's discussion Wordle Problem
"I found this Wordle thread. It seems there is a lot going on. A applet was developed, but also it is possible you can't us Wordle with Chrome at all now. Sorry for the bad news. Cassie"
Cassandra Davenport replied to Jim Roberts's discussion Personal Learning Networks Pain Points
"Hello Jim, I would agree with most of the responses already. My struggles would be not enough time and overload. It is easy to get lost in my PLN and read for hours. I think it is important to have a time set to participate in your own learning and…"

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