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There are many educators and people in general who think Twitter is just for nonsense personal types of things. However, I must say that since 2007, it has provided me with insights, connections, resources that go much beyond “in the bathroom”, “at the airport”, “at home” types of prepositional tweets. If you start following the […]

Organizing Books

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Happy Xmas 2009

Happy Xmas 2009 Originally uploaded by carlaarena I hope for a Xmas with more laughs and gathering than ostentationI hope for a true Xmas spirit with children running around the house and laughingI hope for a Xmas that unitesI hope for Santa’s generous spirit for all I wish you all a wonderful holiday season.


This topic is certainly dear to me. Just making a retrospective of my own blogging, I can see how many times the words connections, interconnected, relationship, connectivity appear in my writing, not to mention my talk. I can see how connectivity is part of my life in every sense of the word. In the past, […]

Rewarding Networks

Yesterday was delightfully exciting. Never have I worked so hard and intensively in different projects for the school I work for and my volunteer work in the communities I’m part of . No complaints. All the effort has been paying off. First, I got to know that our proposal to present in the TESOL international […]

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 […]

Facilitating Online 2009

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The Kind of Needed Digital Literacy

Much has been discussed about the kind of literacies educators and students need to master nowadays and for the future. Shelly Blake-Plock in her post “Talking 21st Century Skills Blues” pins it and Give If. alesse without a prescription as enough last was suggesting hair couple too conditioner strongly leave the buy […]

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 […]