Monthly Archives: April 2007

TV Turn Off Week?? Does this mean no news for me?

Tweet This weeks is the newly renamed TV turnoff week.. ahem.. excuse me… “SCREEN AWARENESS WEEK”. I took a few minutes this afternoon and recorded a public service style podcast with a first grader giving a few examples of what … Continue reading

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Design, Story, Symphony, Empathy, Play, Meaning

Tweet If you haven’t read A Whole New Mind, by Daniel Pink, I really think you should. Why you ask? Well, in education circles the words in the title of post will become (I am predicting here) part of our … Continue reading

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What you really need to learn!

Tweet In my wanderings around the web I found a great article titled 10 things that everyone needs to learn by Steven Downes. You have to read this article as it is a nice summary and spin off from another … Continue reading

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Readers of News on the Web: Not Short on Attention

Tweet Here is one for you brought to attention by my friends at U-Tech Tips! : “Web news readers have greater attention span: study says” You have to laugh! Don’t you? I did a workshop last week with rousing crowd … Continue reading

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Web Compliment Day!

Tweet David Warlick called my attention to Jennifer Wagner’s idea for Web Compliment Day, the antithesis of No Cyberbullying day! My compliments to fellow blogger Jennifer at The Technospud. She writes: If last Friday, March 30th, was Stop Cyberbullying Day, … Continue reading

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