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November 30th, 2012

iReading: Six Ways to Look at Badging Systems Designed for Learning wfryer.me/22g

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@kmilleridaho I’ll pass that along to Rachel too :-)

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@kmilleridaho I am SO thrilled to learn that sharing Scratch last summer at DENSI helped inspire you to share it with your students this yr!

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iReading: Badges For Learning: An Abridged Recent History wfryer.me/22f

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The new earphones on the iPhone5 still work right gr8 after you accidentally wash them in a jeans pocket

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JPearsonfilm So you want to make some $ through filming; here’s help on what rates to charge. ryanewalters.com/Blog/blog.php?…

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timmaki Hopefully your password is not on this list? These Are the 25 Worst Passwords of 2012 ti.me/VJ9L6o via @Techland

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Typical school computer lab: No Scratch, No Games :-( instagr.am/p/SqNiBiOgD3/

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@BradMatthies yes! The happy ending of this story is definitely gr8. I think it’s a super case study for media literacy wfryer.me/22c

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@hardy101 @danflies I’m helping teachers in @YukonDistrict Oklahoma get their students blogging on @KidblogDotOrg wfryer.me/22e

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@hardy101 @danflies Just wanted to let you know how much I LOVE @KidblogDotOrg ! You guys ROCK!

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6th Graders in @YukonDistrict Oklahoma starting their classroom blog with @KidblogDotOrg instagr.am/p/SqHXsoOgO0/

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@MDiffenbaugh I’d love to swap ideas about sharing Scratch skills, esp encouraging students to share Scratch with other students & teachers

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@MDiffenbaugh wonderful! Yes that would be fun - We are starting a Scratch Club in @YukonDistrict in January for 4th / 5th graders at IES

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@cstanley @infodocket @BradMatthies Yes I agree - it’s a classic study of fair use with media in schools. Sad she had to fight so long…

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@mtmartineau yes, an ISBN you buy from ePubBud will work fine to sell an eBook on Apple’s iBookstore wfryer.me/22b

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@MDiffenbaugh Very cool that 3rd graders are the “Scratch Experts” & sharing/teaching your 5th graders!

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@MDiffenbaugh That is GREAT! I’d love to hear/learn more about how your students are using Scratch & teaching others how to use it!

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