Monthly Archives: August 2011

Are Twitter, YouTube, and Blogging for Educators?

In the last month I’ve spend a lot of time discussing the relevance of webtools in learning. Tim Smith and I have been presenting on 21st Century Learning Skills and Tools throughout the Charlotte Mecklenburg School District. We’ve spent a … Continue reading

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Social Media Pressure? Don’t be a Zombie

As educators, we are finding the pressure to be part of many different social media products. “You should be on Twitter”.  “Not on Google +?  I’ll send you an invite.” Administrators look at the current mandates for Technology in the … Continue reading

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via thinketg.com In the last several months, Technology_Tim and I have explored services that will give us analytics about traffic to our wikis (Google Analytics) and involvement in Twitter (Buffer, Twopcharts, etc.). There has been a lot of data to … Continue reading

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