Monthly Archives: December 2010

Hair of the Dog

Every day I take in more and more information, more than I can process, and often move from feeling tipsy to flat-out overwhelmed. So I’ve decided to try the old “hair of the dog” remedy. If we start asking smaller, simpler questions (just a hair of the dog), and take the time to really process the answers, then we just might nip that headache in the bud. So go ahead and ask me your nagging and embarrassing teaching with technology questions. Send them all this way. Continue reading

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Twitter for Teachers, in 60 Seconds

Sometimes the best supplemental learning content arrives at an opportune time. This item recently showed up in my RSS feed via the eLearning Blog Don’t Waste Your Time. Think of it as a follow-up to Tuesday’s How-To on Twitter for … Continue reading

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