Clay Burell has started an informal meme which I thought looked like a lot of fun. I saw Cathy Nelson's tweet cloud on her blog and was intrigued to have a go at making one myself. (It is interesting as an aside that Cathy's personal interpretation and commentary on her tweet cloud seems to have stirred up a pot of bother over on David Jake's blog!)
So to the meme, Clay did some interesting interpretation of his tweet cloud to turn random strings of words into poetry (that Clay sure does have a way with words!) So I thought I would have a look at what my tweet cloud had to say.By far my favourite is:
Away bad bed, better blog!
Followed closely by:
Feeds feel finally finished!
It is interesting what your tweet cloud can reveal about your (could I call it obsession?) conversations -
Thinking time today tomorrow
World writing year
What I have found the most interesting is that of the tweet clouds I have seen so far, (Allanah, Clay, Cathy and mine) all have one prominent word in common "Thanks".
Join in the fun, what does your tweet cloud reveal?
Tuesday, April 22, 2008
Monday, April 21, 2008
With all the current technology available for teachers, they often struggle as to where the taxonomy of Bloom fits with the various digital developments. OpenEducation.net recently summarized the work of fellow kiwi, Andrew Churches and his concept of ‘Bloom’s Digital Taxonomy’. Check it out at:
Posted by Jane Nicholls at 7:01 PM