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Blogging with Students in 5 Tips

Much has been said, written and commented about blogging for pedagogical purposes. However, never has it been enough. There’s always more reading, more experimenting that can take blogging with students to another level. That’s exactly what a group of new educator-bloggers has been discussing in an online session, Webtools4Educators. So, if I were to give […]

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The Kind of Needed Digital Literacy

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Cool Tool of the Week – My Studiyo – Creating Online Activities

Just tested My Studyio because a tweet from @GrahamStanley and @NikPeachey. What a great surprise as tomorrow I´ll be presenting about cool tools for the classroom for a group of Brazilian educators. I liked My Studyio because it´s user-friendly and very easy to register. You can have multiple choice questions with an attractive layout adding […]

The Google Wave

I’m here watching Google’s Wave demo to be released at the end of the year. WOW. As an educator, I couldn’t help but see the applications it could have in our classrooms. It’s just like having a single platform to perform many many digital tasks we do in different online spaces. Of course we’ll have […]

Informal Learning in Future Lab

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Walls Talking

“ Flickr: Walls Talking via kwout “ This is a totally simple and engaging project started by a dear Webhead friend, Sasha Sirk. Graffiti is all over, in some cases art, others vandalism. So, this project has the basic purpose of making a digital wall of graffiti around the globe, but from the beginning, I […]

My Valentine Webheads

Originally uploaded by carlaarena Everybody knows how thankful I am, WE all are to be part of the Webheads, a group of generous educators who are always there for you. We are in close contact. We meet, we share, we dare. Here’s all my love to my beloved group, the Webheads! Happy Valentine’s! Love, com […]

Twitter Mosaic

Many of us in Twitter keep praising the advantages of being connected through microblogging. Thanks to Bill Graziadei, I can now make a Twitter Mosaic. It’s clear to me that everyone in this human mosaic adds value to my professional and personal life in such meaningful ways that are beyond words.