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I've updated my page to PBWiki 2.0! You've probalby noticed it looks a little different, but if you've been here before and you start to explore you'll realize everything is still here - it just looks a little different. The sidebar is still the best way to navigate through the document. If you want to get back to the home page, click on "front page" link located in the upper right corner of your screen. If you're interested in editing a page, please click on the "contact the owner" link at the bottom of the page. This will send me an e-mail and I'll add you to the wiki. Editing is encouraged!

 

This is a wiki created and started by Jennifer McDaniel, an Instructional Technology Specialist at Region 16 Education Service Center in Amarillo, TX.

 

I'm involved in the PBWiki Back to School Challenge! Wahoo!! If you're interested, click here to get involved.


PB Wiki has a great space for Educator Resources. I encourage you to visit and get ideas!

 

Have fun sharing ideas!

 

Visit my blog: http://teacherofthe21stcentury.blogspot.com to read my posts concering teaching in the 21st century. Hopefully you will find things you can use, whether in your classroom or to encourage other teachers to integrate technology in their classroom! I plan to post at least once a week with various things/ideas of being a teacher in the 21st century to better facilitate learning in the 21st century. :) 

My latest post shares a great example of how students are using technology and 21st century skills in Kentucky: Good 'Ol Days of Wheelwright, Kentucky.

 

Are you new to Wikis? You may want to watch the video from leelefever of Common Craft.

 

 

 

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You can subscribe to this wiki to be notified of any updates/changes made. If you're interested, please click on the RSS link that is located in the middle of your screen next to "contact the owner". :) If you're wondering "What is an RSS feed and why would I be interested in subscribing?" read the article below.

 

Cut Through the Web Noise

Written by Geoff Butterfield

July/August 2007 Edutopia Magazine Article

"RSS feeds helps sort out the new from the mold"


 

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