Shoulder-to-Shoulder Instructional Media: My Tagging Screencast at NTEN!

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I hope to share some simple and fun ways to create "shoulder-to-shoulder" instructional media for the panel on Screencasting at NTC I'm doing. I personally want to move away from the metaphor of making movies of the computer screen to more shoulder-to-shoulder instructional media and perhaps something that is more participatory or for lack of a better word, social. Publishing an RSS Feed of Your Bookmarks onto Your Web Site. and follow the instructions.

Experiential Leadership Development

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So, this trip was a gift in terms of getting new ideas for instructional design. As a participant, you can also learn a lot by observing and reverse engineering the instructional design. While the trip was a rich and deep experience, I using this post to reflect on the instructional design of the exercises and small group facilitation techniques.

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Blogging as professional development

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I am spending on reading feeds and writing about them) that I could be. with art teachers on the issue of integrating digital tools into their instruction. I used this technique called the "Wall of Reflection" and put up butcher block paper with the topics. Mark D. Wagner writes the Educational Technology and Life Blog - his tagline "Context-embedded, Inquiry-driven, and Socially-negotiated Learning."

What's Your Content Gathering and Filtering Workflow?

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Anyway, I noticed that Sonny had his "Read/Write" lists as RSS feeds going down the left side of his blog. He was very kind enough to send me the instructions which I am posting for myself in case I need them again. It involves all our ways of analyzing the meaning of the connections we make -- analogy, symbol, story, pun, visualizing, and other techniques for connecting one thing to other things.

Reflections on Mixed Reality Events in Second Life

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The live video feed was being streamed from the Netsquared gathering in San Francisco happening at the same time as the virtual gatherng in Second Life. " What has been going on here is experimentation to understand the possibilities and potential of virtual worlds as an educational , instructional , therapeutic , marketing , and/or collaboration medium. The photo above was taken at last night's TechSoup Mixed Reality Event.

10 Steps to Extension Professional 2.0 Remix

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Personal learning and reflection on and about your instructional topic. Research to incorporate in instructional materials. news or web feeds ???? or software that gathers all the news feeds in one place where you can scan/read them quickly. The news feeds are created by some behind-the-scenes code called ???? Most blog software can generate a RSS feed with the click of a button - you don??????t Consuming Reading Feeds. How to find feeds to read?

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