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Create your own clip art (posted on adaptivelearnin.com)


I just wrote a step by step post on how to create your own clip art using Pixlr and a photo.  It’s posted on my new self-hosted site adaptivelearnin.com.  Creating your own clip art in this fashion is relatively simple.  Why not try?! Advertisements

Two Step Authentication: Warning with Problems Logging in


Warning!  With Two Step Authentication…you can lose serious access to your accounts for large extended times with no way in! Update since first drafted: So, yesterday I said I was only posting new content to my new self-hosted .org site.  Well, this is a post here on WordPress.com I have been working on for a … Continue reading

Adaptivelearnin.com- ESL through Information & Communication Technologies


As I indicated in a previous post, I have started adaptivelearnin.com.  I have huge plans for this website, but it will take time to build.  This WordPress.com blog for now will remain active.  Currently, I am starting to post some on the new adaptivelearnin.com website. Today I posted about ESL through Information & Communication Technologies … Continue reading

My Nominations for the 2012 Edublog Awards


It’s the time of year for the Edublog Awards.  I remember this event like a whirlwind last year.  I was new to blogging, new to Twitter, and new to using social media as a professional.  I remember seeing massive volumes of Tweets generating in my Twitter stream about the Edublog Award Nominations.  I remember reading … Continue reading

Call for Organizers: EdcampVA95 Unconference in VA


  EdcampVA95 is looking for volunteer organizers.  Organizers can be any educator from any grade level and background who would like to help with organizing and planning this unconference.  Please check out the EdcampVA95 Wiki for details on how you can help or participate.  You can sign up to help on this Signup sheet on … Continue reading

The Significance of Gaming in Education


Education is forever changing. As students are exposed to new technologies and trends, they adapt their learning styles accordingly, and educators must modify their instructional techniques in order to keep up. One of the technological developments affecting education in the last several decades is the video game. Gaming has not only changed the way students … Continue reading

The Honest Truth About Spell Check…Sincerely, Teacher


Dear Students: Spell check is notorious for being viewed as dumbing down your spelling abilities.  Throughout my years in the teaching profession I have heard rants from many teachers about the evils of spell check and how it makes students lazy and unable to learn how to spell correctly.  The naysayers who view this way … Continue reading

Give Students a Voice Through Blogging


Writing is one of the key skills that students, particularly those in high school, need to put effort into developing. Rather than assigning boring reports or essays, one of the best ways to help students write is to give them a chance to write about the things they are genuinely interested in. As students head … Continue reading

Use Pinterest to Find Public Domain Images to Rock Your Glogs


Originally posted on Glogster Blog:
Finding websites that have public domain images to use in your Glogs can be a time-consuming task. Searching for hours on Google or other search engines for websites that have images that are public domain and royalty free can be daunting. I have found that a quicker way to find…

Glog for Presentations for Why Teachers Should Join Twitter


Update:  This post was originally posted as a Glog screenshot with a link to the Glog.  I now have the ability to upload my Glogs to WordPress so I am updating and re-posting this.  About a month ago I wrote a post called, “Why Teachers Should Join Twitter…What I Have Learned as a Twitter Newbie“.  Due to … Continue reading

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