A nice blog for teachers who work with literature and reading – Rhondda does a nice job of compiling information and links. Well organized blog.
Glue all of the topics you need in one place. Looks like an interesting take on feedly or a notebook type service. Cool
Mary Ann from Web 2 Tools for the Read / Write / Web shares a new tool I haven't seen, “Yahoo Glue” — it lets you organize things together on one page – nothing to download. Looks fascinating. She shares a sample here as well.
Very nice summary of what TeacherLibrarian is doing to “find her voice.” This includes some great tips on blogging as well. Well done!
2008 awards were so suprising to me. Thank you to those who voted for Cool Cat Teacher for best teacher blog and the Flat Classroom project 2008 for best educational wiki. Thank you so much! So many great award winners here AND great people who were finalists also. There are many new gems among the finalists and I hope you'll take time to look there as well.
Interesting perspective on “retweeting” – actually although it is great to have some people to retweet, I really think the organic effect of many different people retweeting that has the effect and that is very hard to measure.
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