Tuesday, June 21, 2011

Tool # 2 Post

Today I visited 5 blogs:
1) Thefischbowl.blogspot.com - I shared a video from this blog on an earlier post!
2) scienceteachingideas.blogspot.com - I commented on this blog with Marcia about the "Geospatial Revolution" - Check out this cool website and learn more - http://geospatialrevolution.psu.edu/episode4/chapter2
3) artofteachingscience.org/blog
4) nstacommunities.org/blog

It can take alot of time to search and find places / people that you would like to build your online community with.  At first I found it a little overwhelming, but as I continued, it became interesting how one place led to another.  I have not found a particular PLN that I want to participate in because I have so many interests and I want to be selective, I will continue to search and hopefully will find some areas that I can plug into. 
I only posted one comment, it was not too in depth, but as I feel more comfortable I suppose that I will become more willing to share more of my thoughts.

I would like to share the URL of this online scrapbook class sight.  http://www.bigpictureclasses.com/teachers.php
This is the teacher page and you can click on just about any of these teachers links and they have a blog that you can follow.  Too much to do today, but I plan to go back and check them out, I also would like to take some of their classes.  I am very interested in scrapbooking and journaling my thoughts as I feel this can be a huge legacy that I can leave for my children and their children.
Tomorrow I will meet with my sister (She is an elementary teacher in SBISD) and we are going to navigate through some more tools.


  1. I agree with your comment about the amount of time it takes to research and find blogs worth sharing.However, it is definitely a worthwhile effort. I am looking forward to working with the icoaches to create a list of useful blogs to support our coaching efforts.

  2. Wow! Your blog is so colorful and sparklelike! Love it! I will check out some of those blogs when I have some time. You have so much..