I was impressed with the communication this week! Also, loved the risks that I heard about via email and saw on both the wiki and this site too! We are most definitely evolving!
If you have not checked out the Google Doc that has already been started for our class, please take the time to read and respond: https://docs.google.com/document/edit?id=1tnaY4xtoAc4V4CUXyKOKDI_BNpytbbdqKMN9p6UZ0i0&hl=en&authkey=CLfuu4IH
What do you think of Google Docs and how could you use them with your students?
Also, would like you to check out http://www.joepremus.podbean.com - how could you podcast with your students?
Please take the time to review http://www.merciermagic.com - this is one of my grad students and it documents how she integrates technology into her everyday teaching with third graders. She is self-taught and she continues to run into roadblocks about not having the right (or enough) resources.
Does anyone know about a ning? It's much like a wiki and has been used extensively on campus at SJC. Check this out: http://literacyineducation.ning.com/ - this ning is already created and used by one of our professors on campus. I've just signed up and created one for us. Here's the link to the invitation: http://curranevents.ning.com/?xgi=0O1lUqTTvMuQaN