I got one of these way back in January, it’s a super cool site! I actually wrote a blog post about it too. It measures your emotions,and the weather, and any other stuff that could be of interest.
[...] about democracy, engagement, and the synthesis of diverse ideas. In addition to Aman compiling a list of strategies to confront obstacles from shyness to a lack of basic understanding of the topic on the class blog, Jess took to her own [...]
Great synthesis of the conversation, Aman – thanks for collecting what we discussed and sharing it here for ourselves and others to benefit from.
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very good blog. In case it included much more photographs this should be quite possibly better.
All the best -Marcos
Reblogged this on awayfarday.
[...] to see from my music students, and that my TALONS co-teacher/facilitator is looking to see from the class’ In-Depth posts, around a topic of personal passion and [...]
Thanks for the resource Ms. Mulder helps all of us out by finding topics that we are interested in.
What a stellar return to the blog, Q! The new theme and image perfectly suit the tone and vigor of your posts today.
Look forward to seeing where your digital story takes you, and us,
It’s great to see you jumping into the blogosphere with such an ambitious first post about life and learning. I think you’ll find that the nature of blogging – when time allows! – is a powerful means of exploring these types of reflections and a means of creating dialogue around educational (and really, life) beliefs and vision statements.
Everyday Pro-D vs. Pro-D, everyday!
I added you to my shared Google Reader feed for the TALONS blogging, so – depending on whether or not I did so before you posted this – your post(s) should show up in the class’ RSS feed from now on.
Welcome to blogging!