Better Living Through Beowulf: If Jane Austen Used Facebook . . .
Professor Bates describes his students’ construction of Facebook profiles for characters in Sense and Sensibility, an activity that many teachers are trying as an alternative way to analyze literature, history, science, Bible characters, etc.
Favorite blogs this year (besides ones I wrote for
Favorite blogs this year (besides ones I wrote for): @TheHairpin, @io9, @arstechnica, @ftrain, @TheAtlanticTech, & @edyong209’s @discovermag
Dan Bruno discussed “flipping” the classroom and provides a model for what that might look like.
Free Technology for Teachers: Logotype Maker – Quickly Create Neat Logos
I love this thing. I’m a logo making fool with it right now. Logotype Maker – Quickly Create Neat Logos http://t.co/Er6eBvhB
Teaching Ahead: A Roundtable – Education Week Teacher
What should teacher evaluations look like? A host of teachers respond in @EdWeekTeacher’s latest roundtable: http://t.co/HHFVlbFY
Using Google Earth in the classroom | Google Earth Blog
Using Google Earth in the classroom http://t.co/ezfV2bEK @reubenhoffman
will return on Jan. 9th at 7 PM EST w/ writer/teac
#engchat will return on Jan. 9th at 7 PM EST w/ writer/teacher Kelly Gallagher @KellyGToGo – Pls. RT. #nwp
Teachers Publish Their Own Textbooks – Yahoo! News
Teachers publishing (and selling) their own textbooks: http://t.co/tBREyFHZ
Free Technology for Teachers: 11 Places to Find Free eBooks for Yourself and Your Students
New post: 11 Places to Find Free eBooks for You and Your Students http://t.co/dUtrVVu7
Resume Generator – ReadWriteThink
What would Scrooge list on his resume? Use the Resume Generator to create a resume for a favorite character: http://t.co/fwFdEOdZ
Diigo. The rest of my favorite links are here.
Issues, ideas, and discussion in English Education and Technology