Elizabeth Davis
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I am committed to bringing Web 2.0 tools into the classroom in meaningful ways.

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Introducing Three New Teen Bloggers

Posted on September 17, 2008 at 7:44pm 0 Comments

(cross posted from my blog)

The three students in my Web 2.0 Computer Applications course have been blogging since the beginning of September. Over the course of the last three weeks, they have learned about Blogger,… Continue

The Common Principles of 21st Century Schools

Posted on January 28, 2008 at 7:53pm 1 Comment

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My Twitter network came alive this weekend at the Educon 2.0 Conference in Philadelphia, PA. I met so many people that I have known virtually for a long time. We had amazing conversations about learning and technology (in that

order). What was most…


Assumptions of Appreciative Inquiry - Look on the Bright Side

Posted on November 17, 2007 at 6:23pm 0 Comments

(Cross posted from my school blog.)

The Thin Book Of Appreciative Inquiry by Sue Annis Hammond is just that, a very thin book (59 pages) that explains and describes

the process of appreciative inquiry. Hammond describes Appreciative

Inquiry this way,
The major assumption of Appreciative Inquiry is that in every organization…

What Do You Stand For?

Posted on November 1, 2007 at 9:25pm 1 Comment

(Cross Posted from my blog)

According to Robert Evans, the author of The Human Side of School Change, this is an essential question that all leaders must ask themselves. He

also suggests that a motto is much more effective than a lengthy

mission statement or a long list of goals or values. I've been thinking

about this a lot lately, trying to… Continue

Back on Ning

Posted on October 13, 2007 at 11:11am 2 Comments

When I first joined this ning network there were only a few hundred of us. It was so exciting to get feedback on my blog entries, and contribute to and start discussions. I remember those early heady days here. I would check my e-mail constantly to see if anyone had responded to anything I had written. I got to "know" some people. I learned so much from everyone. I experienced a little "fame;" more people started reading my blog and Steve Hargadon even interviewed me about one of my projects.… Continue

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At 8:16pm on January 31, 2009, Jack said…
Hi Elizabeth. I was wondering if you have students or educator friends who would be interested in participating in a nationwide SAT Vocab Video Contest @ MIT university. You can view contest details at BrainyFlix.com Please let me know. Thanks!
At 9:37am on January 6, 2009, Bridgette Odegaard said…
Interested in your Web 2.0 apps class and what you did last semester. I want to do this with my computer class this semester but am lost at where to start. Do you have any information/resources to share? Thanks!

At 5:52pm on December 2, 2008, Rseneta said…
Oh my GOSH! This is perfect. There is so much here I could use and I love the order -I was really struggling with which way to go. THANK YOU! I sent out a form on my state list serve - here are some of the results...I just asked what the 5 most important computer tools for college bound kids would be. Here are my responses: http://spreadsheets.google.com/ccc?key=pm9KASwUSqzyL84Ko0fk3YA
Thanks again....you are going to be a great resource. I have enjoyed your page so much already!
At 1:08pm on December 2, 2008, Rseneta said…
HI Elizabeth,
I just got the go-ahead to design an elective class for our highschool about technology tools for college bound. Did you ever develop any type of consensus about what you might offer? I would love to hear any ideas you came up with-I am just in the planning stages.
At 12:30pm on November 27, 2008, Paige Coker said…
Hi, Elizabeth! I forgot to add a personal message when I sent the colleague request. (Can I blame it on having too much turkey?)

I am an Instructional Technology Coach for 3 elementary schools in a rural system in Georgia. I, too, am interested in bringing Web 2.0 tools to the classroom.

Just wanted to introduce myself... I look forward to working with you!

Paige :)
At 9:43am on November 23, 2008, Steve Hargadon said…
Well, you're right. There does seem to be a problem. I'm going to submit a trouble ticket right now. When I change the main page's forum view to list discussions by "newest discussions" yours is right up there (btw, I deleted the duplicate if you're wondering). But when I change the view to latest activity (meaning, the top discussion was either posted or commented on most recently), many of the discussions seem to disappear.

Thanks for the heads-up.
At 6:45pm on November 22, 2008, Steve Hargadon said…
How are you, btw?! :)
At 6:45pm on November 22, 2008, Steve Hargadon said…
I wonder if there is a problem. No, I'm not doing any approval process. Can you check and try again, and then let me know if it's still a problem?
At 3:23pm on November 2, 2008, Mark Cruthers said…
Hi Elizabeth,

Since your looking for Web 2.0 APPs I recommend you take a look at WiZiQ's virtual classroom and authorSTREAM's Web based power point viewing platform.
At 2:20am on November 1, 2008, andrew bendelow said…
Hi, Liz. how about the book set in New Zealand, The Whale Rider, do you know it? I'd like to get my English students in touch with some kiwis via wiki. Any advice?
Our space: http://wiki-land.wikispaces.com



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