The Evolution of a 2.0 Teacher: Part 3
When I first signed up for Diigo, I joined a group called “Diigo in Education.” Joining this group is what turned my teaching on its head.
When you sign up for a Diigo group, you have the option of getting email notifications of what other group members have shared. I initially signed up for once-a-day emails, but you can choose weekly, immediately, or none. Each morning I would open my email, and there would be a message from my “Diigo in Education” group with links to websites and pages that other teachers found useful. A quick glance Read the rest of this entry »