By Jeff / J Utecht
Construction studying groups and networks on-line capability attaining past the partitions of your school room, the partitions of your tuition, or even the partitions of your individual nation, nation, or continent to create connections. when you succeed in out and make connections with different educators, specialist studying such as you have by no means skilled ahead of starts off to stream your means. you'll soon end up in a nation of continuous studying. profiting from the consistent move of data to be had this day on the internet at any given second and utilizing it on your personal expert progress is what it capacity to benefit in ultra-modern electronic international. it's the skill to connect with the data and folks you need to study from. it's actually having the source that's the net at your fingertips if you happen to want it. This publication will stroll you thru tips on how to start in becoming a member of on-line groups and growing studying networks adapted to what you have an interest in studying approximately. tips on how to use Twitter on your personal specialist studying and use fb with scholars to speak and have interaction them in studying past the partitions of your school room. through development a customized studying panorama for your self, you'll turn into extra convinced and aid your scholars do a similar. As you turn into more well-off with utilizing on-line groups and networks on your personal studying, it is possible for you to to cross your new wisdom directly to your scholars and aid them to arrive out and create studying networks in their personal.
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Andy Torris, an administrator, finds time in the back of the car when he’s going from one campus to another in his “Dispatch from the Road” posts. p=98). org/2008/09/22/onreflection/) and the act of reflecting: “But lest we forget, reflection is hard work. Whether we are sorting out our emotions and discerning personal values and attitudes, or discovering the shaky underpinnings of contemporary truths, reflection takes work, and, I would 45 suggest, it takes practice. ” Yes, reflecting is hard work!
She is hoping that she will get enough responses to help the students start asking questions of why the temperature varies in different parts of the world. " After a quick 10 minute discussion, Ms. Hellyer explains the task: "Today we're going to look at high temperature reading from around the world. I've called on some of my friends who live around the world to help us out. We'll read the tweets and then on your map you'll write in the temperatures for the day. I'll place the temperature on the map here on the board and you will have to look where that city is.
Nzchrissy 22c today in Melbourne, Australia @nzchrissy a chilly -3c today in New York, USA @nzchrissy a beautiful 30c today in Bangkok, Thailand @nzchrissy snowing and -1c today in Chicago, USA @nzchrissy windy and chilly 4c today in Paris, France The students start plotting their maps and have a short conversation about what might cause those temperatures in different parts of the world. In the 35 minutes of the lesson, Ms. Hellyer and her class plot 22 cities with temperatures. They'll continue to do this over the next three days adding more cities and more temperatures as they continue to study maps and the weather.
Reach: Building Communities and Networks for Professional Development by Jeff / J Utecht