Compiled by Mary Thompson Price – East Texas Baptist University
Audience ResponseWould you like to easily find some       new teaching ideas?
Audience ResponseWhat grade level bands are represented?                a. PK-2                 b. 3-5                 c. ...
Audience ResponseWhat content area do you teach? a. English/Language Arts/Reading             b. Math            c. Scienc...
Audience ResponseDo you currently read blogs?
Audience ResponseHave you ever commented on a blog      or emailed a blog author?
Compiled by Mary Thompson Price – East Texas Baptist University
ontexts or applications without being changed much from the original. Many computer programmers often use the term boilerp...
By teachers forteachersThese teachers not onlyspend all day in theclassroom but they sharetheir ideas, challenges, andrefl...
ComplainingThese blogs don’t focus onthe bad days, the nastyparents, or the ineffectiveadmins…these are aboutwhat is GREAT...
Realistic and Do-able                                     Current!                                           “I can do tha...
Personal Learning    Network                                Why not work together?                                        ...
Her students write their                                                   own blogs!                      Mrs. Cassidy’s ...
EC Ideas for Technology Integration!              A Primary Blog for the 21st Century“I am a Grade 1 teacher that enjoys b...
Ed.Tech“There is plenty to explore here on my blog and I hope you find something interesting and                          ...
5th grade Science                               activities!              The Braman Bunch“Welcome to the world of Mr. Bram...
technology + some!             Speaking of HistoryEric Langhorst is an 8th grade history teacher in Missouri. http://speak...
Movies, cartoons, current                                 events – with activities and                                    ...
P.E. ideas +                                                      Tech!                                   The P.E. Geek“My...
Honest discussion about                                 the challenges of authentic                                       ...
Reflecting on                                                                 the best way to                             ...
Don’t miss his                                          TEDxNYED talk!                                               (clic...
US History Teachers Blog“This site is made by high school US History teachers and will have links to useful         classr...
Resources & Strategies                                                    for teaching students                           ...
Audience ResponseDo you think you will read classroom             blogs now?        a. Definitely, yes!            b. Mayb...
Audience ResponseBut are you worried about keeping track          of your blog reading?             a. Not at all         ...
RSS                          It’s Really Simple!Don’t just take my word for it…watch the CommonCraft video below! http://w...
Questions for me?
Special Thanks to     for providing theaudience response system
Thank you!   Mary Thompson PriceEast Texas Baptist Universitymthompsonprice@etbu.edu
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  1. 1. Compiled by Mary Thompson Price – East Texas Baptist University
  2. 2. Audience ResponseWould you like to easily find some new teaching ideas?
  3. 3. Audience ResponseWhat grade level bands are represented? a. PK-2 b. 3-5 c. 6-8 d. 9-12 e. College f. Other
  4. 4. Audience ResponseWhat content area do you teach? a. English/Language Arts/Reading b. Math c. Science d. Social Studies e. Fine Arts and/or P.E. f. Other/All Subjects
  5. 5. Audience ResponseDo you currently read blogs?
  6. 6. Audience ResponseHave you ever commented on a blog or emailed a blog author?
  7. 7. Compiled by Mary Thompson Price – East Texas Baptist University
  8. 8. ontexts or applications without being changed much from the original. Many computer programmers often use the term boilerplate code. A legal boilerplate is a standard provisioct. The term can also be used to describe text that is unnecessary due to its repetitiveness. Boilerplate is any text that is or can be reused in new contexts or applications withoued much from the original. Many computer programmers often use the term boilerplate code. A legal boilerplate is a standard provision in a contract. The term can also be used to deat is unnecessary due to its repetitiveness. Boilerplate is any text that is or can be reused in new contexts or applications without being changed much from the original. Many commers often use the term boilerplate code. A legal boilerplate is a standard provision in a contract. The term can also be used to describe text that is unnecessary due to its repetitivplate is any text that is or can be reused in new contexts or applications without being changed much from the original. Many computer programmers often use the term boilerplate c oilerplate is a standard provision in a contract. The term can also be used to describe text that is unnecessary due to its repetitiveness. Boilerplate is any text that is or can be reuontexts or applications without being changed much from the original. Many computer programmers often use the term boilerplate code. A legal boilerplate is a standard provisioct. The term can also be used to describe text that is unnecessary due to its repetitiveness. Boilerplate is any text that is or can be reused in new contexts or applications withoued much from the original. Many Boilerplate is any text that is or can be reused in new contexts or applications without being changed much from the original. Many computer progra se the term boilerplate code. A legal boilerplate is a standard provision in a contract. The term can also be used to describe text that is unnecessary due to its repetitiveness. Boilerpxt that is or can be reused in new contexts or applications without being changed much from the original. Many computer programmers often use the term boilerplate code. A legal boilandard provision in a contract. The term can also be used to describe text that is unnecessary due to its repetitiveness. Boilerplate is any text that is or can be reused in new cont tions without being changed much from the original. Many computer programmers often use the term boilerplate code. A legal boilerplate is a standard provision in a contract. The tee used to describe text that is unnecessary due to its repetitiveness. Boilerplate is any text that is or can be reused in new contexts or applications without being changed much fr l. Many computer programmers often use the term boilerplate code. A legal boilerplate is a standard provision in a contract. The term can also be used to Boilerplate is any text th reused in new contexts or applications without being changed much from the original. Many computer programmers often use the term boilerplate code. A legal boilerplate is a ston in a contract. The term can also be used to describe text that is unnecessary due to its repetitiveness. Boilerplate is any text that is or can be reused in new contexts or appli being changed much from the original. Many computer programmers often use the term boilerplate code. A legal boilerplate is a standard provision in a contract. The term can also bcribe text that is unnecessary due to its repetitiveness. Boilerplate is any text that is or can be reused in new contexts or applications without being changed much from the original ter programmers often use the term boilerplate code. A legal boilerplate is a standard provision in a contract. The term can also be used to describe text that is unnecessary du veness. Boilerplate is any text that is or can be reused in new contexts or applications without being changed much from the original. Many computer programmers often use th late code. A legal boilerplate is a standard provision in a contract. The term can also be used to describe text that is unnecessary due to its repetitiveness. Boilerplate is any text th reused in new contexts or applications without being changed much from the original. Many computer programmers often use the term boilerplate code. A legal boilerplate is a ston in a contract. The term can also be used to describe text that is unnecessary due to its repetitiveness. Boilerplate is any text that is or can be reused in new contexts or appli being changed much from the original. Many computer programmers often use the term boilerplate code. A legal boilerplate is a standard provision in a contract. The term can also bcribe text that is unnecessary due to its repetitiveness. Boilerplate is any text that is or can be reused in new contexts or applications without being changed much from the originalplate is any text that is or can be reused in new contexts or applications without being changed much from the original. Many computer programmers often use the term boilerplate c oilerplate is a standard provision in a contract. The term can also be used to describe text that is unnecessary due to its repetitiveness. Boilerplate is any text that is or can be reuontexts or applications without being changed much from the original. Many computer programmers often use the term Boilerplate is any text that is or can be reused in new cont tions without being changed much from the original. Many computer programmers often use the term boilerplate code. A legal boilerplate is a standard provision in a contract. The tee used to describe text that is unnecessary due to its repetitiveness. Boilerplate is any text that is or can be reused in new contexts or applications without being changed much fr l. Many computer programmers often use the term boilerplate code. A legal boilerplate is a standard provision in a contract. The term can also be used to describe text that is unnec its repetitiveness. Boilerplate is any text that is or can be reused in new contexts or applications without being changed much from the original. Many computer programmers often uoilerplate code. A legal boilerplate is a standard provision in a contract. The term can also be used to describe text that is unnecessary due to its repetitiveness. Boilerplate is any text be reused in new contexts or applications without being changed much from the original. Many computer programmers often use the term boilerplate code. A legal boilerplate is a ston in a contract. The term can also be used to describe text that is unnecessary due to its repetitiveness. Boilerplate is any text that is or can be reused in new contexts or appli being changed much from the original. Many computer programmers often use the term boilerplate code. A legal boilerplate is a standard provision in a contract. The term can also bcribe text that is unnecessary due to its repetitiveness. Boilerplate is any text that is or can be reused in new contexts or applications without being changed much from the original ter programmers often use the term boilerplate code. A legal boilerplate is a standard provision in a contract. The term can also be used to describe text that is unnecessary du veness. Boilerplate is any text that is or can be reused in new contexts or applications without being changed much from the original. Many Boilerplate is any text that is or can be contexts or applications without being changed much from the original. Many computer programmers often use the term boilerplate code. A legal boilerplate is a standard provisict. The term can also be used to describe text that is unnecessary due to its repetitiveness. Boilerplate is any text that is or can be reused in new contexts or applications withoued much from the original. Many computer programmers often use the term Boilerplate is any text that is or can be reused in new contexts or applications without being changed mucginal. Many computer programmers often use the term boilerplate code. A legal boilerplate is a standard provision in a contract. The term can also be used to describe textessary due to its repetitiveness. Boilerplate is any text that is or can be reused in new contexts or applications without being changed much from the original. Many computer progra se the term boilerplate code. A legal boilerplate is a standard provision in a contract. The term can also be used to describe text that is unnecessary due to its repetitiveness. Boilerpxt that is or can be reused in new contexts or applications without being changed much from the original. Many computer programmers often use the term boilerplate code. A legal boilandard provision in a contract. The term can also be used to describe text that is unnecessary due to its repetitiveness. Boilerplate is any text that is or can be reused in new cont tions without being changed much from the original. Many computer programmers often use the term boilerplate code. A legal boilerplate is a standard provision in a contract. The te
  9. 9. By teachers forteachersThese teachers not onlyspend all day in theclassroom but they sharetheir ideas, challenges, andreflections with others…
  10. 10. ComplainingThese blogs don’t focus onthe bad days, the nastyparents, or the ineffectiveadmins…these are aboutwhat is GREAT in EDUCATIONand what these TEACHERS doto make it BETTER!
  11. 11. Realistic and Do-able Current! “I can do that too!” Teaching Ideas The focus is on CREATIVE ideas that are illustrated by PICTURES, VIDEOS, and STUDENT WORK SAMPLES to make it easy for you to understand what the students did. Teacher tested…kid-approved
  12. 12. Personal Learning Network Why not work together? TeacherThese bloggers ENCOURAGE Bloggercomments and feedback.They ASK QUESTIONS andhope that their followers willANSWER BACK. They answercomments and emails! Teacher Teacher Blogger Blogger YouConnect to others Ask questions…get answers Teacher Teacher Blogger BloggerThe BlogRoll please…
  13. 13. Her students write their own blogs! Mrs. Cassidy’s Classroom Blog“I teach a class of six year olds in Moose Jaw, Canada who are inviting the world into their classroom to help them learn.” http://classblogmeister.com/blog.php?blogger_id=1337
  14. 14. EC Ideas for Technology Integration! A Primary Blog for the 21st Century“I am a Grade 1 teacher that enjoys blogging about how I use technology in theclassroom. This blog is really a way for me to share my learning journey with you!” http://grade1ad.litcircuits.com/
  15. 15. Ed.Tech“There is plenty to explore here on my blog and I hope you find something interesting and engaging to help.” http://edte.ch/blog/
  16. 16. 5th grade Science activities! The Braman Bunch“Welcome to the world of Mr. Braman’s fifth grade class!” http://mrbraman.edublogs.org/
  17. 17. technology + some! Speaking of HistoryEric Langhorst is an 8th grade history teacher in Missouri. http://speakingofhistory.blogspot.com/
  18. 18. Movies, cartoons, current events – with activities and teaching ideas! Zambobazo – Learn Spanish Through Pop Culture“Una variada oferta de actividades divertidas basadas en productos culturales auténticos (videoclips, canciones, tiras, noticieros, etc.) en las que se pretende aprender por descubrimiento sobre el idioma español y las culturas del mundo hispanohablante” http://zachary-jones.com/zambombazo/
  19. 19. P.E. ideas + Tech! The P.E. Geek“My name is Jarrod Robinson and I am a Physical Education Teacher from country Victoria, Australia. As i am also Information Technology trained I delight in aiming to engagestudents in my classes using web 2.0 tools. The purpose of my blog is to detail the different ways I am trialing these technologies in my classes.” . http://thepegeek.com/
  20. 20. Honest discussion about the challenges of authentic assessment. Always Formative “Assessment is a conversation.”http://alwaysformative.blogspot.com/
  21. 21. Reflecting on the best way to teach HS Math Continuous Everywhere but Differentiable Nowhere“I am a high school math teacher in Brooklyn, New York. I enjoy getting students excited about math by being math’s loudest and most passionate cheerleader.” . http://samjshah.com
  22. 22. Don’t miss his TEDxNYED talk! (click here) dy/dan “Im Dan Meyer. I taught high school math between 2004 and 2010 and I am currently studying at Stanford University on a doctoral fellowship. My hobbies include graphic design, filmmaking, motion graphics, and infographics, most of which have found their way into my practice in some way or another. My specific interests include curriculum design (answering the question, "how we design the ideal learning experience for students?") and teacher education (answering the questions, "how doteachers learn?" and "how do we retain more teachers?" and "how do we teach teachers to teach?").” http://blog.mrmeyer.com/
  23. 23. US History Teachers Blog“This site is made by high school US History teachers and will have links to useful classroom sites, relevant articles, other useful blogs and more.” . http://ushistoryeducatorblog.blogspot.com/
  24. 24. Resources & Strategies for teaching students w/special needs Teaching Learners with Special Needs “My name is Kate Ahern. I am a teacher of learners with multiple or significant special needs…Myprofessional interests are diverse and include the impact of presumed competence, integrating assistive technology in the classroom, alternative and augmentative communication and positive behavior supports as a framework for implementing application of behavior analysis. I tend to think outside the box and I love the creative side of teaching, such as creating curriculum units or finding ways to make breakthroughs with students who are harder to reach.” http://teachinglearnerswithmultipleneeds.blogspot.com/
  25. 25. Audience ResponseDo you think you will read classroom blogs now? a. Definitely, yes! b. Maybe. c. I don’t think so.
  26. 26. Audience ResponseBut are you worried about keeping track of your blog reading? a. Not at all b. A little c. Yes!
  27. 27. RSS It’s Really Simple!Don’t just take my word for it…watch the CommonCraft video below! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0klgLsSxGsU
  28. 28. Questions for me?
  29. 29. Special Thanks to for providing theaudience response system
  30. 30. Thank you! Mary Thompson PriceEast Texas Baptist Universitymthompsonprice@etbu.edu
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