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Friday Funny: Whitman and Twitter

Just had to share this classic from “Pearls Before Swine” by Stephan Pastis. The week this came out about 15 former students emailed it to me. It gives me a giggle every time I look at it. It’s even funnier … Continue reading

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Again: Relevance, why Twitter? SmartBlogs

Again: Relevance, why Twitter? SmartBlogs. Tom Whitby, in the above post, makes a great case for Twitter for educators. The only beef I have with his position is that I am not as sure as he is that educators were … Continue reading

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Are you walking, or just talking?

We just finished up the Colorado Language Arts Society (or find ’em on Facebook) conference in Golden Colorado this afternoon. For me personally, it was a great experience. I heard some stimulating ideas, reconnected with collegues I hadn’t seen in … Continue reading

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