I just posted on my personal blog about how I use the web, looking at how the various technologies (RSS) and tools (Google Reader, Delicious, Twitter) fit together.
Reading blogs and networking on Twitter seem an obvious part of being a teacher. Yet when I take in to school a shiny new resource that I’ve received through one of these means, I usually get asked “where did you find this?”. The person behind the question is often thinking that I spend copious hours sitting at home in front of a computer “web surfing” or trying endless combinations of search terms in Google.
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Simon Job — eleventh year of teaching maths in a public high school in Western Sydney, Australia.
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Sarah Carter on Twitter: "Spent some time Americanizing this resource from @MathsPadNicola. Already paid off in an awesome way. A student came to get today's work bec… https://t.co/TqzI6sbA8A"
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