This will most likely be the last post of 2010 as my wife and I are expecting our second child this week and I will be taking a leave of absence from blogging for a while to concentrate on family. Please enjoy a look back down The Pursuit of Technology Integration Happiness memory lane!
From oldest to newest:
1.) Do You Tweet? As An Educator...You Should - This was my first real post on my use of Twitter as an educator and how it truly has improved my own professional development.
2.) Friday Focus #4 - Blogs You Should Focus Your Attention On - Another beginning phase of my own professional development was my Google Reader and reading blogs. Here is where I share several of my favorites.
3.) The Power of T.W.I.T.T.E.R. - This was a post where I shared my acronym for Twitter that I created when I woke up one morning and everyone was sharing there own. Mine received a lot of praise, so I shared it here.
4.) Think Twice Thursday #4 - Cartoons and Comic Creation - A great list of the several web 2.0 sites for creating comics and cartoons and ways to use them in the classroom.
5.) Web 2.0 Teacher Tools Glog - I created this glog to share with teachers in a professional development and shared it in a post for my readers.
6.) Must See Monday - Tools for the 21st Century Teacher - My first digital publication.
7.) Common Misconceptions of Educational Technology Integration Recap - My 8 posts about the misconceptions that educators and people have about integrating technology in the classroom.
8.) 7 Technology Alternatives to the Standard Homework Assignment - I created this list on a whim one day and then proceeded to make it a presentation for TeachMeet Kentucky.
9.) Doing a Flip Across the Curriculum - 10 Ways to use a FLIP Camera in the classroom for various subject matter.
10.) 10 Ways to Use iTunes/Podcast in the Classroom - iTunes is probably the most powerful software that teachers could utilize but do not know how.
And in case you missed it, a recap of my 10 Tips/Ways Series.
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