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Using Twitter to improve your teaching
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What is your connection to education?
Elementary Teacher
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What 5 essential pop culture artifacts (CDs, DVDs, Books, Images, Toys, etc.) would you have on your desert island?
The Bible (transcends pop culture for sure!), any They Might be Giants CD the island gatekeepers would allow, the Harry Potter series, a Lichtenstein print (Brushstroke with Spatter), and a hymnal.

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ACT/SAT prep - Online collaborative ACT/SAT prep groups. Might be of interest to some of your students!

Posted on August 4, 2009 at 3:47pm

Homer's Odyssey on Twitter

I'm laughing so hard I can hardly breathe!! Check out this version of The Odyssey done in Tweet format! Some inappropriate comments but would SO be a hit in a HS classroom:

Posted on April 9, 2009 at 8:15am — 1 Comment

Visual Grammar lesson for HS history

This amazing lesson on deconstructing WWII posters is British but would be a great additional to a HS (or advanced MS) history class: . Kids get to look at WWII propaganda posters and decide which emotions are being appealed to (excuse the passive voice!!) by each one.

Posted on March 5, 2009 at 3:31pm — 5 Comments

Gcast - instant podcast from your classroom!

Have your students give a daily recap of what they learned, podcast directly from a field trip, or say pretty much anything on an insta-podcast! All you need is a cell phone. Check it out at I plan to use this w/ my first-grade gifted and talented program; at the end of each session, one lucky kid will get to give the daily diary of what we did, plus one other shout-out they feel like doing!

Posted on March 4, 2009 at 7:08pm — 3 Comments

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At 8:03am on January 23, 2024, Kristalina Georgieva said…

Good day,
I have something very vital to disclose to you,could you please get back to me on ( for full details.
Best regards,
Kristalina Georgieva.

At 9:12pm on August 7, 2012, Ryan Goble said…
At 5:53pm on January 17, 2011, Ryan Goble said…

Yeah you have to click the little "follow this discussion" thing at the bottom of a discussion if you want to keep up with it !




At 4:17pm on January 12, 2011, Ryan Goble said…
Hey Kelly,

I dunno if you were following this one discussion but those folks wrote you back with a ?!!

You rule!

At 6:28pm on November 24, 2010, Peter Gutierrez said…
Hey Kelly, I sent you an email a couple of weeks ago but I'm not sure you're getting any of them from me or that I even have the correct address. Also posted to your FB wall...

Can you confirm that you got the email? Thanks!!
At 8:47pm on November 22, 2010, Ryan Goble said…
Hey Kelly - can you post your street lit links in the A lit discussion forum and maybe copy and paste them in the librarian group. Those resources are too good to get buried on the comment wall! Hope you're cool! RRG:)
At 8:48am on July 9, 2009, Debbie Abilock said…
Let's do it!
At 11:20am on July 8, 2009, Debbie Abilock said…
Hi Kelly,
It looks like we should have a more substantive conversation - I'd love to know more about all of them. I'll be at ALA until July 15th - can I call you after that?
At 7:50pm on July 7, 2009, Debbie Abilock said…
I'm interested in use of media, Web 2.0 for curriculum-related purposes - what kind of projects/activities are you doing related to reading, information literacy...or ?
At 4:56pm on July 7, 2009, Debbie Abilock said…
It sounds like you're a school librarian - I'm looking for stories about use of media by school librarians for a chapter I'm writing...?


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