Monthly Archives: September 2011

SO WHAT? Meaningful and thoughtful uses of technological tools.

Thanks to my colleague and metacognitive mentor Tasha Cowdy who drove me to question everything. Before I use a technological tool I ask… SO WHAT? What is the added value of using technology? Ask this question every time you go … Continue reading

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Now I get it! 6 clicks of seperation-sharing electronically

Slow as a snail, not fast as a Tweet… but getting there! 1 year on from beginning to share electronically.  Create Twitter account… no don’t get it.  Oh that was an interesting idea shared on Twitter. Oh that presenter is … Continue reading

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E-learning in Kindergarten, a typhoon doesn’t stop learning.

TYPHOON DAY! Paraphrasing the the COETAIL week 3 NET standards… There is no better way to design and  adapt relevant learning experiences that incorporate digital tools and resources to promote student learning and creativity than a typhoon day. This is … Continue reading

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What do you see? Well informed facilitation of technology in Early Years.

What do you see, box, volcano..? I think the quote below refers to people who see a computer box. The United States has spent more than $60 billion equipping schools with computers during the last two decades, but as countless … Continue reading

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