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New Teachers

This is a group for new teachers with questions, stories, and answers about the profession. Share your experiences and give encouragement. Veterans of course are welcome! We need your help as well!See More
Apr 3, 2010
Debbie Johnson commented on Thomas Whitby's group The PLN Newbie Group
"Twitter is blocked at school but plurk.com is not. Is there someway to see who uses plurk to post to twitter if we have already started a list of teachers to follow without starting over? Am new to plurk, is there an advantage to using one over the…"
Mar 9, 2010
Debbie Johnson replied to Jamie D. Josephson's discussion GoogleDocs vs. Online Drop Box? in the group Edtech
"You can have the students use an alias of your gmail email to link to your account using gmail plus addressing. Directions on how to do this can be found here http://labnol.blogspot.com/2006/09/gmail-easter-eggs-dot-blindess-email.html"
Mar 1, 2010
Debbie Johnson and Jessica Owens are now friends
Feb 21, 2010
Debbie Johnson replied to Alison Bullock's discussion Starter Ideas for student blogs? in the group The PLN Newbie Group
"I have heard great things about http://tweentribune.com/ as a place to get younger students excited about blogging. I have signed about for an account will plan to start student blogging next week. Fingers crossed!"
Feb 6, 2010
Debbie Johnson joined Jessica Owens's group
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Elementary Educators K-8

Welcome Primary Educators! Teaching students from ages 5 to 14 requires loads of subjects to cover and loads of resources to share. Join this group to reflect about your classes and brainstorm ideas for improvement.See More
Jan 28, 2010
Debbie Johnson and Todd Hoffman are now friends
Jan 13, 2010
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Jan 10, 2010
Debbie Johnson joined Thomas Whitby's group
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The PLN Newbie Group

This is a starting place for people who may be overwhelmed at all this information. Join the group ask questions and we will work through it together. When you are comfortable, leave the group or continue to help others.
Dec 30, 2009
Debbie Johnson replied to Sandra Goodrich's discussion Wikis in the group 21st Century Science Educators
"The wiki I use with my students is set to private. I sent you a twitter DM regarding that site. I also started a wiki http://sciencecafe.wikispaces.com based on a discussion thread from the NSTA listserv that is public. It is a collaborative site…"
Dec 30, 2009
Debbie Johnson replied to Sandra Goodrich's discussion Wikis in the group 21st Century Science Educators
"I use wikis for several things. I have a section that I use for students to use as a refection tool since we are not allowed to have blogs. I have another section that I use to post student work/projects such as powerpoints, movies, glogsters, etc.…"
Dec 28, 2009
Debbie Johnson and David Kapuler are now friends
Nov 14, 2009
Debbie Johnson joined David Kapuler's group
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Edtech

A group where educators can learn and identify which Educational Technology tools are appropriate for them.I'm hoping to simplify this process for educators and am open to any feedback (organization, specific sites, beta vs ready, etc etc.)See More
Nov 14, 2009
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Edchat

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Nov 11, 2009
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Educators on Google Wave

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Nov 11, 2009
Debbie Johnson joined Sandra Goodrich's group
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21st Century Science Educators

How can science teachers best use the tools of today, without sacrificing lab experiences or inquiry?
Nov 11, 2009

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OLC Collaborate - Alaska at University of Alaska - Anchorage

August 21, 2017 to August 22, 2017
Join us for this two-day professional development opportunity! OLC is coming to Anchorage to meet with online learning professionals, educators and administrators to engage in collaborative conversations around innovation and digital courseware. The event's program includes keynote speakers to offer insightful views of the changing university through short, focused presentations. Our first day features an eLearning Roadshow theme, with engaging presentations on digital learning, while day 2…See More
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Science Teachers

Connect with other science teachers from around the globe and share innovative ideas or thoughts on science education
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So I accidentally blew up on Twitter last week.

National Teacher Day was May 9th, and I wanted to recognize that in a small way. I had a graphic that I created for a previous Twitter Chat, so I opened it back up, changed the top, and posted it with two small sentences and hash tagged it with #NationalTeachersDay. I tagged my usual tribe in the graphic so they would re-tweet it for me; they’re awesome like that. After that, I went about my day.…See More
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