Wednesday, July 28, 2010


Glogster is a wonderful creativity tool that allows students to demonstrate their knowledge. Glogster allows users to input text, pictures, graphics, video, and audio to create an interactive online poster. Glogs can be hosted by Glogster or you can embed it into a wiki, blog, or class web site.

Teachers must register to use Glogster. It is free, and each student will have a log in. You can have up to 100 students in your account and from the teacher dashboard you can view and control all student activity.

Here are some great examples of glogs that I have come across:


A wonderful tutorial to walk you through setting up your Glogster account can be found here:

I hope you and your students enjoy glogging as much as I do!

Hello World

Well I have finally done it....this is something I have been thinking about doing for a while. I have spent the past 6 months building my PLN. Along the way I have read some amazing blogs and connected with like minded educators on Twitter. The time has come for me to take the next step in my journey with 21st Century technology...reflecting on my successes, my failures, and the attempts that land somewhere in the middle through blogging. So far so good, it was super easy to set up this blog. It took more time for me to decide on my blog title than to create the blog itself. I actually created a blog ona different site, but hated all the advertising that popped up in between my first posts. So far so good here on advertisement free blogger!