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Making learning personal and social

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Powerpoint to accompany presentation at SLAV Conference November 2010

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Making learning personal and social

  1. 1. About me
  2. 2. How did I start blogging?
  3. 3. My blog ‘Brave new world’
  4. 4. A different way to talk about books and reading
  5. 5. Reading and writing prompts blog
  6. 6. Global connections project blog
  7. 7. How much have students changed?
  8. 8. What does social learning look like?
  9. 9. Have schools changed?
  10. 10. Teacher as ‘Sage on the stage’
  11. 11. How do you promote books?
  12. 12. The art of assisting discovery
  13. 13. A teacher librarian’s blog
  14. 14. Book covers
  15. 15. Author photos
  16. 16. Slideshows of freshly shelved books
  17. 17. Book to film trailers
  18. 18. Film to book trailers
  19. 19. Graphic novels
  20. 20. New reading technologies
  21. 21. Award-winning books
  22. 22. What’s happening?
  23. 23. Any information to encourage reading
  24. 24. Skim and browse, stop when you find something interesting
  25. 25. John Green’s brother, Hank, is a funny guy
  26. 26. Blog ownership
  27. 27. Not only librarians read!
  28. 28. What authors are reading
  29. 29. Interview: James Roy
  30. 30. Student reviews
  31. 31. Great book blog links
  32. 32. Blog links for everybody
  33. 33. Creative genres
  34. 34. Student authors
  35. 35. Feedback
  36. 36. Authors page
  37. 37. Who reads our blog?
  38. 38. Writing blog
  39. 39. Play a writing game
  40. 40. Provoke discussion by being provocative
  41. 41. Issues that get you going
  42. 42. What’s your angle?
  43. 43. Poetry can be amazing
  44. 44. Think about art
  45. 45. Writing with emoticons
  46. 46. Global project blog
  47. 47. Flattening the world
  48. 48. Sharing culture
  49. 49. Observing learning
  50. 50. Capturing music
  51. 51. Caf Envy
  52. 52. Thinking deeper
  53. 53. Getting personal
  54. 54. Why this project was a success
  55. 55. How to behave online
  56. 56. It’s all about the learning
  57. 57. Tania Sheko Brave New World http://tsheko.wordpress.com http://taniasheko.wikispaces.com/ Twitter: @taniatorikova

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