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Keri-Lee's-Favourite-Blogs

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Educational Blogs

 

ICT in my Classroom

Tom Barrett produces a wonderfully practical blog which contains many ideas on how to integrate technology into the classroom. A great place to start for someone looking to take technology one step further. He teaches upper-primary kids.

 

 

Sharing the Addiction

Suzie Vesper, and ICT facilitator in NZ, writes this blog on 'Sharing the addiction' . I find it useful to get new ideas and information on the latest tools available.

 

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The Thinking Stick

Jeff Utecht is the Elementary Technology & Learning Coordinator at ISB. He is very much in demand as a presenter and facilitator of professional development in ICT.
 

 

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Blogs that amuse me

 

Blog Idle

To quote her byline, "Moata Tamaira is the winner of Stuff.co.nz's Blog Idol competition. She's also a librarian with a black-belt in sarcasm who's been meaning to get one in procrastination too but always ends up watching TV instead. Her blog is an unholy mash-up of whimsy, cynicism and wry observation."

 

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Savage Chickens

Cartoons on sticky notes featuring chickens (mostly).

 

http://www.savagechickens.com/

Savage Chickens - Cartoons on Sticky Notes by Doug Savage

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The Generator Blog

This blog has links to more generators on the web than I've had hot dinners.

 

http://generatorblog.blogspot.com/

The Generator Blog

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Blogs for classroom teachers

 

Room 9

Michael Fawcett is a NZ teacher who has a lovely class blog. What I like about it is that there is a lot of input from the kids (see his blogging template for details), and you regularly see the work the students produce in class.

Room 9 via kwout

 

Little Voices, Little Scholars

This is Jenny She's class blog with kids aged 5 and 6. This is a good example to show how ICT is being integrated with the little guys.

 

 

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