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    Community Engagement via Learning2 and Twitter

    A highlight of last month (other than spring break) was the Learning2Europe conference at the American School of Warsaw. I especially enjoyed the collaborative structure and informal atmosphere of Learning2. There were the traditional presentations
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    From chalkboards to TPACK: How did we get here?

    I began teaching in a Philadelphia charter school with little access to technology. Integration was not a high priority goal, so as a new teacher I focused on improving my content knowledge and pedagogical knowledge. There certainly was plenty to lea
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    Birth of a Visual Résumé

    I’ve never liked my résumé (I mean the document; the actual skills and experience are not so bad). There’s something about a traditional black-and-white list of job titles that fails to excite me. Ever since I attended a data visualization work
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    Just Storytelling. Full Stop.

    For years I’d seen references to the practice of “digital storytelling,” and this may seem silly, but I often avoided reading about it because I found the term so awkward. Time to catch up now. Turns out there’s an entire Wikipedia article o
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    The New Face of the Class: Moodle vs Google Classroom

    “We have history next. I love history.” When students say this, they don't usually mean History in general but their particular history class. That’s right, we are the face of our subject matter, embodying its knowledge and principles in our st