Students Blog for Change

Wednesday, May 27th, 2009 Posted in multiple literacies | No Comments »

(Original posted in HistoryRemix.com) Students in Matt Z's "Minorities & Prejudice" class have kicked off a blog in an effort to raise awareness about the topics and issues they study in ... Read more..

Twitter to blog…

Tuesday, May 12th, 2009 Posted in social media, web 2.0 tools | No Comments »

Read Adam Singer's thoughts in 19 Reasons You Should Blog And Not Just Tweet, then give some thought to how this translates into the classroom setting.  I am currently collaborating with ... Read more..

Getting Started with Classroom Blogging

Monday, April 27th, 2009 Posted in web 2.0 tools | No Comments »

Educational Consultant, Megan Poore moderates the blog Meg’s Blogagogy. The blog offers educators a tutorial in how to (and why to) use blogs in an educational setting, all the creating a ... Read more..

Pseudo-Learning Community

Sunday, April 26th, 2009 Posted in observations | No Comments »

I read an older post on "Blogging and Originality" put forth by Jennifer Macaulay, a recent grad student responding to Rachel Singer Gordon’s Oroberosity on The Liminal Librarian (a blog ... Read more..

Media, Technology, and Society on the Merge

Wednesday, April 8th, 2009 Posted in social media | No Comments »

Students in our 10th grade level Mass Media classes have been researching the media effects on society.  It's difficult to maintain a repository of up-to-date information and views on emerging, ... Read more..

Birth of a …. blog (or the inadequacy of early efforts in new media)

Monday, January 26th, 2009 Posted in HistoryRemix | No Comments »

If you've ever watched "Birth of a Nation," you have some understanding of the complexity of conforming old ideas about thought and narrative to a new medium. The effect ... Read more..