What is interesting though is the way that I found it. Where do you look for ideas and neat examples? I have places that I generally look, but I wasn't really looking this time, it just kinda found me ...
- So it started with when Marlo Gaddis found and shared EDU Symbalo.
- In EDU Symbaloo, there are collections of links and webmixes. EDU Teachers and EDU Tools are two of the ones automatically in your creation when you start.
- While looking at all the sites linked to those webmixes, I came across another collection called TOOLS4teachers.
- On TOOLS4teachers, one of the boxes has a title of Blooming Questions
- That box took me to a Storybird Creation that uses questions to introduce Bloom's Taxonomy to children
- I look and saw the creator of that Storybird is janeh271
- So I went to twitter and searched to see if I could find janeh271
- When I found that twittername, I saw this tweet: http://7rcs.blogspot.com/ added new revolver map to blog, pls check in so we can add to our map and track in classroom!
- So I clicked visited that blog to show up on the map
- Little did I know what a great blog I would find!! There are all kinds of great web2.0 projects, pictures, and ideas on this blog.
- I tweeted about her blog on twitter (she tweeted back thanking me for nice comments)
- Then I wrote about her Storybird Creation on my blog about Bloom's Taxonomy
- Janeh271 has now added to her blog also: Creativity ... a mixture of Teaching a Photography
- And now I have written a blog post about how I found her great blog ...
You never know what you will find ... even when you aren't looking ...