Me Around the Web AKA My Digital Footprint

Twitter:

This is a great way to learn about others, build a PLN, find great articles, and grow professionally.

I tweet from two different accounts. I use one exclusively as an instructional technology coach where I tweet what is happening in classrooms, articles for parents, and after school events.

My other account that I have linked on this website is the one I use for my PLN and personal use. Not everyone does it this way, but this is what works for me for now.

You Tube:

This has some of my favorite educational videos from the web; this has amazing resources for educators.

Tumblr:

This is another simpler blogging site. I use this when I want to do less writing and just have fun. I post videos, quotes, and pictures that express my feelings. Take a look. It’s a great first step if you’re not sure how you feel about jumping into blogging whole-heartedly….and it’s fun!

Flickr photo by Scott Beale  Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 2.0 Generic (CC BY-NC-ND 2.0)
Flickr photo by Scott Beale Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 2.0 Generic (CC BY-NC-ND 2.0)

Weebly:

This is the website that I use to share resources for teachers and parents. Its simple and clean-looking drag-and-drop system makes it ideal!

weebly

Symbaloo:

This site I use to curate materials. I share them with teachers, students, or in workshops. I find it to be one of the easiest ways to pull together websites for materials. It can be embedded onto a website or shared through email.

symbaloo

S’more:

This site I use to create weekly flyers to communicate information with my staff. It makes for an easy read as I can pull together graphics, text, and videos. I also embed each week’s S’more onto my school website once I’ve sent it out for easy reference for teachers after-the-fact.

smore

Diigo:

When I talk to people it seems that so many don’t know about this site; it allows for bookmarking across devices–computers, phones, tablets. You can highlight and it holds the highlight; you can follow others. This has so many possibilities that I have only just scratched the surface.

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