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Create Twitter Lists

Posted by Paige on April 9, 2019 in Best Practices, Technology, Tips & Tricks |

I have a wonderful colleague, @NemetzMark (please follow him), who is working on building up his social media presence and asked me about filtering in Twitter. As he starts following more and more people he feels like the most important Tweets are getting buried (don’t we all?). So how can he just see the top people he follows? If you have this same burning question take a look at the screencast I created. Hope this helps!… Continue┬áreading

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How To Grow Digital Citizens Infographic

Posted by Paige on August 12, 2018 in Best Practices, ISTE Cert, Teaching, Technology |

How To Grow Your Digital Self by Paige Lahaise

Digital Agent Source

Digital Interactor Source

Digital Self Source

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Student Blogging

Posted by Paige on September 20, 2009 in Best Practices, Technology |

blogsAh, it’s been far too long since I’ve been able to sit down and devote my time to a really good post. Well, better late than never. ­čÖé

So what’s been keeping me so busy? I now have 145 student blogs up and running. Whew! I can tell you that many times over the past couple of weeks I kept asking myself if I was out of my mind! When I came up with the idea of setting my students up with blogs I figured I would start with two… Continue┬áreading

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OneNote Files

Posted by Paige on August 22, 2009 in Best Practices |

As my mind now turns toward the upcoming school year I am diligently working on transferring all my files into OneNote folders. (If you missed my post about OneNote, it’s worth a look.) So this is just a quick post to let you know the folders are being updated and you can access them here.

BTW, if you don’t have OneNote in your MS Office suite. You can download a trial copy. It’s good for 60 days, and if you find that you don’t want to purchase it… Continue┬áreading

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Truly Using Technology In The Classroom

Posted by Paige on August 18, 2009 in Best Practices, iPhone, Technology |

Yes, this does seem like an ad for Apple products, but get past that and think about what is really happening here. The ultimate engagement experience for students. My mind swims with the thought of having students who are excited about being in class. Instead of us just talking at them, they are partners in their own learning. This is how technology benefits us! This is truly my ideal, what I hope to experience as an educator before I retire. Hey, I have 20+ years to go, so maybe there’s hope!… Continue┬áreading

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