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07 Jan 14

Interesting comments on Tom Whitby's post about the need to be learning with technology - and not without.

07 Jan 14

This regular blog, for the ECIS IT committee by John Mikton, currently at International School Prague, always includes news and updates and interesting IT-related artifacts that are worth reading/viewing and sharing forward.

12 Aug 13

A wonderful example of a teacher blog - rich with stories from in and beyond the classroom!

04 Jul 13

Australian teacher Bronwyn Joyce writes this classroom blog for her Grade 5/6 students. She has taken this pic from my presentation here at iEARN 2013 and challenged her students with finding answers! Wonderful work!

18 Jun 13

I always love reading Jason Graham's blog - it is rich with shared learning experiences, and about students (he teaches 6 year olds!) connecting, collaborating and co-creating.

01 Dec 12

An outstanding post from Jodi Amri from Stafford Primary School as she shares her end of project reflection via this teacher blog for the A Week in the Life project, a Flat Classroom Project for Grades 3-5 (8-10 year old). Her last paragraph:
"We are teachers and students who want to make a difference in our world. We know we can do this when we reach out to others around the globe to share our common interests and concerns and build bridges of understanding between us. The Week in the Life project has given us this opportunity. It has also shown us what technology integration should look like. In this season when we give special focus to the things we are grateful for, we want to acknowledge the opportunity we have each day to learn with and from each other, as well as to be inspired by the learning all around us."

24 Aug 12

A wonderful blog from a Grade 4 teacher, my friend and Flat Classroom educator in Beijing, Shannon O'Dwyer. This style of writing really brings the classroom out to the world and invites interaction from a global audience!

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