WASHINGTON (AP) — A 5-year-old named Jacob Adams was the first to test the big blue vending machine newly installed at the Salvation Army’s community center in Southeast Washington. Hopping up on a step-stool to…
For the past year or so I have been reading some of the best articles that have been written on the subject of building genuine relationships with influential bloggers and I am sharing those with you today.
In this post, you will learn how to ;
Get influencers to notice you
Get influencers to actually respond to your e-mail and social media messages instead of hitting the "DELETE" button
Use that initial connection to build a genuine, mutually-beneficial relationship
Grow your online presence because of that key relationship...
It's not too late to order for #ISTE2015! Even though I'm gonna be there this year - I'm going to an Ashram w/ my Mom & into a digital detox for 2 weeks..... it's a GREAT thing to have for conferences!
OK, this really IS cool! Though I usually don't have a problem with this because I start with a headline before writing.... sometimes I need to polish it. Starting a blog with a # gets the most RT's but BUT....
it gets tiresome. You don't want to be THAT blogger!
LOVE the idea of getting people out of their seats - you could also add a Sucks - Rocks - Not Sure section.
Gather a list of recent Ed Tech trends - post signs around the room & ask people to choose - Flipping the Classroom - does it Suck? Rock? or Not Sure? Move to vote & let people shout out WHY. Small debate. If you think the term Suck will overtly offend, use Stinks. [grins] You can steal these huge posters (View full size - take to Kinkos)
**The Edvocate is pleased to publish guest posts as way to fuel important conversations surrounding P-20 education in America. The opinions contained within guest posts are those of the authors and do...
It's an honour to be re-published in this fine magazine!
When I was 11 I loved designing web pages and playing Sim City. Adults in my life didn’t recognize these skills as valuable, so neither did I. Actually, I began to feel guilty for using my computer so much. In high school I stopped making web pages altogether to focus on sports. It wasn’t until c
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