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SAETA 2014

Yesterday I presented a couple of workshops at SAETA’s 2014 State Conference. I promised the participants that I would write a post here with links to resources and answers to questions.  Here goes! Glogster as a Multimodal Tool We experienced a fair few technical difficulties in this session 🙁  So, hopefully you’ve managed to get […]

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What the New Tweachers Think…

  First of all, thank you to all of you who popped in over the course of last Thursday and Friday.  The students learnt so much from having an authentic audience to answer their questions and support them as they started on their journey towards being a connected educator.  I am so grateful to my […]

Tweet! With that Personal Touch….

On CEGSA2012 – Key Learning Number 1 So, #cegsa2012 is over for another year. I have attended many conferences but I have to say this year’s CEGSA conference was Awesome (yes… it deserves that capital A).  Up until recently, I was on the CEGSA committee and it’s my fault that there’s a new website, and […]

QR Codes in Education – Getting Started, Get Inspired!

On Friday 18th of May  I will be running another 1 hour #Edtech showcase session at Flinders University.  This time the focus will be on QR codes and the many ways teachers are using them to engage students and add a  little ‘je ne sais quoi’ to their learning and teaching. I’ve already given one […]

IFTTT – I'm 'Putting the Internet to Work' and Loving it!

If you haven’t found or explored Ifttt (If This Then That) .com yet and you’re the kind of person who uses multiple Social Media sites and enjoys using tools like Evernote then you’re really missing out. This amazingly simple, and yet clever concept, (all the best ideas seem to be those things don’t they!) is […]

Twitter for Education

Nothing has contributed more to the growth of my teaching career than my personal learning network. @mrlisok I’m always searching for new websites, tools, innovations, resources, ideas, view points… anything to make my teaching more creative. Several of the posts I’ve shared here (and in guest posts elsewhere) have come from connections I’ve made through […]