I'm an Assistant Professor/Coordinator of Technology Integration and Instructional Design. I create and teach professional development courses for area educators - by day. By night, I am still an English/writing teacher. I just can't give up the classroom! I am a huge fan of Web 2.0 tools and use them in my classrooms whenever it seems the right tool to use.
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Hi,there I am Ambreen Amer I am an early years teacher. I would appreciate if u answer one od my question I posted on the forum about barriers in embedding ICT in different schools. As I am doing a project on it
Wow, picking just one tool is tough, but right now, I would have to say Twitter is it for me. I learn something I can use every day. Most days more than one thing. It is learning in my time and the best staff development out there.
I agree with the above comment, learning to learn is most important. It is always changing and we must adapt.
I believe using technology successfully in the classroom is mindset not a skill.
Sarah Lovelidge asked a really good question about collaborating with wikis on the Course Dev blog. I wrote an absurdly long blog comment already, but I'd love if you could join the conversation. I think it would help to have some perspectives from an instructor too.
TCC is an online conference. I wish we got to go to Hawaii! But yes, I've been doing that all week. I did a lot of liveblogging from the presentations--more than I've ever done before. I think I did something like 15 posts in 3 days.