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    This is the just beginning...

    Photo Credit: kikemb Flickr via Compfight cc By far, the community engagement aspect of this course has been the most difficult. Before writing this post I was frustrated with myself. I kept thinking, "I didn't make enough connections", "I should
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    PLN: Professional Lurker Now what?

    My venture into developing a professional learning network was tentative to say the least. I joined Twitter first in 2013 and promptly forgot about having an account until I started Coetail and in 2015 I was forced out of my comfort zone and into, w
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    Global Collaboration Causes Disappointment Which Turns to Reinvention

    My class is entering the third week of the Global Read Aloud and I'm disappointed. A more fair way to say it might be that my students feel let down by the classes we initially connected with and that makes me feel a bit blue too. There hasn't been
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    Did I bite off more than I can chew?

    Photo Credit: Neil Tackaberry Flickr via Compfight cc Starting from scratch Have you ever felt like there's not enough time in the day to complete everything you need to do? That is how I have felt since I started at my new school in August. Comi
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    Rethinking Intentions: Should I participate in the Global Read Aloud?

    In How to Determine If Engagement Leads to Learning, a Mindshift post which was an excerpt from the book, “UnCommon Learning: Creating Schools That Work for Kids,” by Eric Sheninger reminds us that... That to truly know if students are lear