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Building a Learning Network

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Sarah Kresberg

on 20 January 2015

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Transcript of Building a Learning Network

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Build a local network
Meet regularly with a group of like-minded NYC teachers and use a listserv to help each other on a daily basis
Join a NYSAIS committee
Specific Projects
Reaching Beyond our Four Walls with the Boys (Online!)
Out of Eden Walk
Global Read Aloud
http://bit.ly/1rYymo0
Thank you for
coming to my presentation!
Twitter Again!
Create a class account and get the boys tweeting
Skype
Building a Learning Network
Nourishing our teaching involves;
engaging in discussions about ideas
giving and getting good practical tips
Follow
Blogs
Teaching Like
it's 2999
A Fuse 8
Production
Websites
Mind/shift
to save articles to
read offline later
Use Pocket
Instructions for building the perfect
educational Twitter account
Pointers
Keep your twitter account for educational use only
Find interesting people and organizations to follow; then follow who they follow (follow at least 50 people for it to be effective)
Give back by tweeting yourself
Take part in Twitter chats such as
#nt2t, #tlap or #edchat
...and comment!
Social Networks Specifically for Teachers
Regular webinars
Ongoing discussions within specific communities that you select
http://www.edweb.net/SarahKresberg_1665529
Hosted by Common Sense Media
http://blogs.kqed.org/mindshift/about/
http://bit.ly/1BB1O3f
Edutopia
http://www.edutopia.org/
http://bit.ly/1uEnnkC
http://bit.ly/1xxRdXG
Twitter Handbook for Teachers
A good resource for people completely new to Twitter
http://bit.ly/1Dql1X7
http://bit.ly/1DqqxsL
Visit an author whose book you are reading
http://bit.ly/1uFscGf
Ask an expert a question e.g. Skype with a ranger from the a national park
http://1.usa.gov/1Dbnx64
"Mystery Skype" with a class in another state or country.
http://linkis.com/bit.ly/8kFau
More ideas: Use #Skypetolearn on Twitter or visit
http://bit.ly/1ApmxaW
I think when exposed to the details of other's lives,
you start noticing your own...
Annie 10th grade student, Massachusetts, USA
(Out of Eden Walk)
http://learn.outofedenwalk.com/
Pinterest
Curate and share bookmarks in a highly visual format
Add your own comments to your pins
Follow boards that are on topics of interest to you
Pins that may be of interest are e-mailed to you
Collaborate with others to create boards (you are all invited to collaborate on the A-S library boards on the library website)
http://bit.ly/1xLy17I
EdWeb
Edmodo
Join a community
and/or
Form a smaller hand-picked community through 'connections'
http://ubm.io/1ApPdyh
Skype Celebrates Literacy
Six week program starting
February 16th
featuring guest speakers, lesson plans and other resources
Full transcript