Improving Twitter Education Chats

Someone should have warned me: Twitter education chats (EdChats) can become addictive. I never knew how fast two or three hours could go by as some evenings I participated in chat after chat - and some weeks I chatted every single day. But if you want to grow your PLN and check in with your loyal colleagues … Continue reading Improving Twitter Education Chats

Putting the Social in Social Media- Guest Post by Peg Grafwallner

I am a novice at social media. It’s not that I’m opposed to it—quite the contrary—social media, even for all of its perceived negatives, can open up an exciting world to our students and provide them with experiences that some of them only dream of. As educators, we are encouraged to use social media in … Continue reading Putting the Social in Social Media- Guest Post by Peg Grafwallner

Nurturing Responsible Global Citizens

Every parent naturally strives to raise children who are respectful and responsible—as much for their child’s sake as for their own peace of mind. Yet in this interconnected global village in which we all now live, character traits like courtesy and cooperation are only a first step. To truly be a world citizen, confidence and … Continue reading Nurturing Responsible Global Citizens