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Jun 8, 2016
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The Buffet Table #GAFESummit

photo credit: shoot-first via photopinOne of the great things about the buffet table is that it offers so many tasty choices. We all have our own approach when wandering through the line. Some folks graze and nibble. Others…See More
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Oscar Marin commented on Jennie Snyder's blog post Growing a culture of innovation
"Rightly said Jennie. Cultivating a culture of innovation has to be emphasized upon. I really loved your experience that you have shared here. Thoughts become things is what I believe on and if we start to think in an innovative manner then we are…"
Dec 28, 2013
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Growing a culture of innovation

Last week I had the opportunity to participate in a round table discussion with George Couros, the Division Principal of Innovative Teaching and Learning for Parkland School Division, at the Marin County Office of Education (@MCOEPD). George has been inspirational to me. He's challenged me to take…See More
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Getting Started: Connected Educator Month #CE13

"Meaningful change ain’t gonna happen for our kids if we’re not willing to invest in it for ourselves first. At the heart, it’s not about schools…it’s about us." -- Will RichardsonMany educators see Twitter, in particular, and social media, in general, as frivolous wastes of time. I mean, who really cares what Honey Boo Boo is up to? Who cares what J.T. had for breakfast? Or any other celebrity…See More
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Back to the Future?

photo credit: AMERICANVIRUS via photopin ccThis morning I read a thought-provoking blog post by John Bernia, "…See More
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Angela Lee Duckworth: The key to success? Grit | Video on TED.com

TED Talks Leaving a high-flying job in consulting, Angela Lee Duckworth took a job teaching math to seventh graders in a New York public school. She quickly realized that IQ wasn’t the only thing separating the successful students from those who…
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Into the Stratosphere

I just finished reading Michael Fullan's, Stratosphere.  In this book,  he outlines how: "the ideas embedded in the new technology, the new pedagogy, and the new change knowledge are converging to transform education for all" (p. 3).  Fullan's book resonates with a driving question I have grappled with in my own…See More
Apr 28, 2013
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Mar 13, 2013
sarah gardner commented on Jennie Snyder's blog post Why Twitter is the hub of my personal learning network
"Dr. Snyder, I love your post. As a graduate student I am learning about PLNs, currently, so I've joined Twitter and some other sites. But I really like this site: The Educator's PLN because of full-text comments I can peruse in blogs. Your…"
Mar 13, 2013

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The Buffet Table #GAFESummit

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One of the great things about the buffet table is that it…

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Growing a culture of innovation

Posted on December 23, 2013 at 9:17pm 1 Comment

Last week I had the opportunity to participate in a round table discussion with George Couros, the Division Principal of Innovative Teaching and Learning for Parkland School Division, at the Marin County Office of Education (@MCOEPD). George has been inspirational to me. He's challenged me to take…

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Getting Started: Connected Educator Month #CE13

Posted on September 29, 2013 at 10:40pm 0 Comments

"Meaningful change ain’t gonna happen for our kids if we’re not willing to invest in it for ourselves first. At the heart, it’s not about schools…it’s about us." -- Will Richardson

Many educators see Twitter, in particular, and social media, in general, as frivolous wastes of time. I mean, who really cares what Honey Boo Boo is up to? Who cares what J.T. had for breakfast? Or any other…

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Back to the Future?

Posted on July 26, 2013 at 12:44am 0 Comments

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At 10:36pm on July 5, 2011, Mista Chocka said…

Hi Jennie,

Oh, hey, thanks!  You're my first friend on the Educator's PLN.  I sure do appreciate you reaching out.  Thanks so much!

Adam Chiocca

ELL Teacher, grades 6-12

At 11:12am on July 5, 2011, Sara Getting said…

Jennie,

I'm so glad that it helped you!  If you have any questions about the deployment or management for "little learners" please don't hesitate to ask!  We definitely had some unintended issues and "aha moments" along the way.  Actually, we are working on submitting an article to ISTE's magazine about advice for colleagues.  Take care!

 
 
 

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     Plagiarism is a theft. It means that you stole someone's identity, someone's thoughts. It's horrible. We should teach our young generation not to be thieves and avoid plagiarism.             But theft it's not the biggest problem. As educator and psychologist I did a range of anonymous tests and I found that the most common reason of plagiarizing is fear.Yes, fear.Fear of being incorrect.Fear of being not accepted in college or university.Fear to show their own feelings and personal…See More
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Essay about How Critical Can Pediatric Emergencies Get? Pediatric emergencies are related to health emergencies suffered by children. Like health emergencies faced by adults, even children are prone to suffering sudden attacks and arrests that can cause dramatic mental and physical trauma in them. Not many people believe that children as young as 4 to 5 years can face cardiac attests or, depression in their central…See More
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Among all the certification courses that are available in the market, Microsoft 70 693 is one of the best options for you to consider in this regard. Microsoft 70 693 certification examination is an excellent course because it can add some…See More
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