Monthly Archives: October 2010

Teaching inquiry skills

I have thought a lot about “how we teach.” What message are we giving students? Without a doubt I want them to have inquiring minds on what matters to them. So how do you teach it and when do you … Continue reading

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Assistive Technology Changes the Classroom

As part of my workday I assist a third grade child who uses assistive technologies. Today I realized something new. This child is breaking new ground, she along with her parents who advocate on her behalf have disrupted the way … Continue reading

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Digital Citizenship

I believe that digital citizenship should be part of classroom curriculum. We need to be teaching ethical use of social media because of the importance today of the social web. The idea that with the growing importance of the social web, students should … Continue reading

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Social Media Connection

 I was curious what Twitter was all about so over the summer I tried Twitter. I created an account @cjgermano and it did not take very long, I was hooked.  It was the summer after I finished grad school and I wanted … Continue reading

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