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Thinking about 2014, reflecting on 2013 taking time to catch some time zones in our day.
1. Google hang outs
Jerry Blumengarten on 2 guys and an iPad and his twiiterhandle is @cybraryman1 so many resources, an unreal website. Best thing is that Jerry has the authenticity and credability as he’s been a teacher in schools.
#eduVue Educational Manifesto’s – interesting discussion and starring @techyturner from Phoenix.
#tlap – Teach Like a Pirate by Dave Burgess inspired chats
- Ask and Analyze
#edwebchat. Webinars chat – Susan Wells Mobiles and Makers, recording will be here
#ladygeeks hangouts and chat! Make sure you’re in a fun mood as these gals like to joke around.
Tony Vincent tweeted out a list of edchats telling when they are on. This is a great list to find your interests and a time you can fit in.
3. The Fluency21 planners have a huge range of currics linked to select. Check them out at
- Solution Fluency
- Information Fluency
- Creativity Fluency
- Media Fluency
- Collaboration Fluency
- Global Digital Citizen
4. Big ideas series iBooks in the iTunes store
Challenge Based Learning “Big Ideas” Series Power – iBooks by Wonga Park PS, Ringwood North PS and Ringwood Secondary Challenge
5. The World Maker Faire is in New York in September. Nice! from #edwebchat
http://makerfaire.com/new-york-2013/ Sep 21st 2014
6. Discussion anout the age resitriction on websites -age 13+ opening a can of worms? For example facebook.
Some make exceptions so younger can join somehow.
Common Sense Media site provides guildines.
A fairly full list of social media sites with restictions listed is here http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_social_networking_websites
Cybersmart Parents: Parenting in an online world by Richie Lambert