Posted by: Paula Lenox | June 23, 2010

My take on Project 365

I came across the project 365 idea just today and it started the wheels turning.  I know that as an Instructional Technology Specialist in the K-12 environment and a Doctoral Candidate in IT, I am constantly bombarded by the latest technologies.  The more I learn, the more I realize I have a whole lot to learn about a whole lot of things.  I am embarking on a journey to find 365 web 2.0 tools or APPS to explore and share with the world.

So the real challenge is what to start with?  Decisions, decisions, decisions.  Perhaps I should give this question to my twitter feed?  I have been a twitter follower for over a year now.  I am not a true participant per say, I enjoy the view from the river bank, watching and learning from those who I am certain know so much more than I.  I am hesitant to participate, because I am certain I am far behind the norm when it comes to technology integration and web 2.0 tools.  I wonder how many others feel it is better to watch and collect the thoughts of others rather than contribute?

I think I just found my first tool!  Consider this DAY 1.  My first recommendation to teachers new to this high tech world will be TWITTER.  So here is a photo of my twitter page:

Now, that was easy!  See you tomorrow.



  1. You should include a link to your twitter, too!
    PS- I will be presenting with my team to the Florida Reading Conference in Sept ’10 all about Twitter for Teachers- be sure to come by our site afterwards for a PDF of the presentation notes 🙂
    Good luck with your blog, I’ll be following it!

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