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February 20th, 2012

Talkin’ Cyberbullying and Makin’ Comics flpbd.it/UF7Yf via @dogtrax

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Google’s Master Plan Behind the Chromebook flpbd.it/hsjOk

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Nicholas Negroponte Talks About Learning by Yourselves flpbd.it/pWnmX via @olpcnews

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Connecticut superintendents propose a radically different approach to education flpbd.it/jj77Y

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Building Mobile Apps for iOS and Android flpbd.it/HRRjn

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[Interview] Don’t Break Search: Q&A with Google Lead Designer Jon Wiflpbd.it/hrJSzWpPh

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@MBarnesGV I am not familiar with @Schoology - are you using it as your primary LMS instead of Moodle or Edmodo?

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@MBarnesGV I wonder if it would be helpful to create a site specifically for sharing OK student eBooks? Where are you planning to publish?

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@MBarnesGV that sounds like a great plan! eBooks make a great “aggregated product” to use with student media work

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Best Zig Ziglar quotation from our am session with John Nail: What the mind pictures, the body carries out wfryer.me/ee

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New post: Changing the Pictures of the Classroom in Students’ Heads by John Nail go.wfryer.me/wHbN3u

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@TatePublishing John Nail is giving us a GREAT presentation in this morning - really looking forward to his book you’re publishing!

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book recc: What To Say When You Talk To Your Self by Shad Helmstetter wfryer.me/ed via John Nail

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“The self-talk you create helps manage the choices you make” by Shad Helmstetter via John Nail wfryer.me/ec

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@MBarnesGV GREAT! Please keep me posted on your progress! Did you see this example of 2nd grade ePUB eBooks? wfryer.me/eb

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@nctplarry Please let me know when you get that list put together & tweet me the link! :-)

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@nctplarry Yes, definitely do! I’d recommend creating that list with @goodreads - I’ve done that for my fav books wfryer.me/ea

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@MBarnesGV If u have iPads, I’d try using the eBook Creator app wfryer.me/e9 students can do all their planning & art 1st on paper

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@MBarnesGV I DEFINITELY recommend you use something other than MSWord for making eBooks. No export to ePUB in Words

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@nctplarry outstanding! Thanks for the recc for the book instead of the audio… I was going to opt for the audio but won’t now…

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@ERozycki certainly not in a standardized way. Potentials are unique & individual. Yet another reason why learning opps must be customized.

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Book recc from John Nail: The Magic of Thinking Big” by David Schwartz wfryer.me/e8

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@edtechedgar thanks for that enthusiastic RT :-)

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what the mind pictures, the body carries out - Zig Ziglar via John Nail

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I believe all students are at risk for not achieving their full potential via John Nail

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Hearing the inspirational story of Wilma Rudolph, Olympic champion wfryer.me/e7

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