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  • Thanks Graham, you have inspired me and given me focus for my new challenge in Qatar.
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  • Great show Graham. This is be very useful for educators. We all need to move quickly to utilise social networking applications for learning.
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  • Thanks for sharing this Graham.
    My principal has asked me to put together something on blogging for fellow staff members at school. This very nicely represents the professional development side of blogging.

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  • Wonderfully done! I wish you the best in your presentation!
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  • Nice Job Graham. Any chance you will add some audio to this at some point? Wish I could be there in the room but this is the next best thing.

    Good Luck and present well!!

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Melbblogging Melbblogging Presentation Transcript

  • blogging as professional learning Graham Wegner 2007
  • professional dialogue opportunities conferences staffroom learning teams www.flickr.com/photos/33917177@N00/93877390
  • recurring problems lack of time limited choice locked into traditional delivery modes www.flickr.com/photos/33917177@N00/93877390 www.flickr.com/photos/33917177@N00/93877390
  • what if? www.flickr.com/photos/42788859@N00/318947873
  • you could access other people’s classroom practices have other educators suggest resources and offer advice network with educators worldwide http://www.mrmeyer.com/blog/
  • you could notice new and emerging trends hold exploratory discussions of ideas without the constraints of time and cost http://www.mrmeyer.com/blog/
  • create your own blogging network 21 st century professional learning http://www.flickr.com/photos/35468148654@N01/291537716
  • heard of this stuff? Web 2.0 (read/write web) the “Flat World” “ Digital Natives” and “Digital Immigrants.” lifelong learning exponential change http://www.flickr.com/photos/bmh4you/84179796/
  • some people think blogging is this but it's not http://www.flickr.com/photos/35468141938@N01/10404265
  • A blog based presentation by Alan Levine , 2005. More Than Just Cat Diaries
  • let's start with a personal story August, 2005
  • discovering edublogging Steve Dembo David Warlick Will Richardson
  • growing my own edublogging network reading posts following links and blogrolls public Bloglines accounts
  • blogging starts as a solo activity be patient http://www.flickr.com/photos/leighblackall/180284466/
  • writing on my blog my work ideas about education notes from T&D sessions & conferences initiatives and projects responding to other bloggers
  • commenting on other people's blogs offer insight build on their ideas share your experience challenge with tact point to useful resources
  • meanwhile back at the blog comments slowly add to the conversation
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  • commenting tips add to the conversation feel free to disagree (politely) learn some basic HTML to add links encourage newcomers with comments don’t be afraid to comment on your comments!
  • which leads to this Christian Long think:lab
  • connect to classroom teachers education experts administrators and policy makers visionaries and radicals
  • potential grassroots influence sharing resources and ideas open educators just-in-time Professional Learning www.flickr.com/photos/51035690764@N01/13471256
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