Tuesday, July 11, 2017

ISTE Ed Tech Coaches Blogging Buddies

I am happy to share that I have joined up with the ISTE Ed Tech Coaches Network Blogging Buddies project to encourage blogging related to Ed Tech and to share a few blogs that I think you will benefit from reading.

Here are the blogs in my blogging buddies group, please take a look at them!

Daisy Dee's Tech Stuff- This blog is hosted by two classroom teachers that have decided to share some great tech tips with the world.

Nicole Carter's Musings page is a wealth of useful information. Nicole is a Teacher on Special Assignment Innovation Strategist (what a great title!) and is a PBS Digital Innovator (2015). Her current series on Sketchnoting already has me pulled in especially since that is something I really wish I had the talent to do effectively.

Investing to Learn is the blog of Lori Dickerson, the Director of Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment for Muncie City Schools (Indiana). Her blog is just getting started but her background leads me to believe that it will be a very interesting collection of posts.  What Lori doesn't know is that I was born and raised about 30 miles down the road in Anderson, IN. That means I have a certain level of expectations from my fellow Hoosier blogger.

Noa Lahav's blog on Medium has already intrigued me. Several great, quick reads on her use of various EdTech Tools and a wonderful series on Paying for EdTech. I have seen Noa on Twitter in several EdTech chats that I follow and cannot wait to follow her work even more closely.

4 comments :

  1. Keith, so happy that you have joined us for Blogging Buddies! Looking forward to continuing to learn and grow with you.

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  2. Hi Keith,
    I think it's a good thing educators worldwide connect. We can only learn from one another!

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  3. Excited to learn from each other! Thanks for the kind words, I had no idea the background info on educlipper and participate. Thanks for sharing that!

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  4. I'm so excited for this opportunity to learn from one another!

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