Wallwisher

Discovered the Wallwisher page by following the “blogophone trail” of Bright Ideas and then Techology: figuring out how the pieces fit blog.  I set one up called “Motivational Moment of the Week” – check it out and feel free to contribute!  We can inspire each other.

Motivational Moment of the Week – http://www.wallwisher.com/wall/motivationalmoment

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About Paula Montrie

I am a Middle School Librarian at Friends School of Baltimore. I have been a librarian for 11 years, serving 6 years with the Howard County Public School System before arriving at my current school. I teach two classes: SpeechCraft (a combination of information literacy, public speaking and theater), and Media Literacy at the middle school level. I also collaboratively co-teach with a number of teachers at the school, including Music, Geography, and U.S. History. I love it! My professional interests are: information literacy, multiple intelligences and learning styles, teaching through movement, curriculum-writing, technology integration, and bridging the gap between digital natives and digital immigrants. My personal interests are: dancing, singing, knitting, sewing, art, living history, writing and of course - reading!
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6 Responses to Wallwisher

  1. Melissa says:

    Yay for WallWisher! 🙂 Would you mind if I tweeted about your Wall? 🙂 By the way, I added a link to it on my blog post! That is a great idea of one way to use it.

  2. Wallwisher is such a great tool. It is simple, quick, and reaps incredible results. Thank you for creating the motivational Wallwisher, we could all use more of that!

  3. I heard about wallwisher last week and I cannot wait to use it in class. I want students to use it for feedback on presentations students give in class. It should be interesting.

  4. Melissa says:

    I just wanted to let you know that I am in the process of creating a workshop for teachers to show off WallWisher and the wall you created and shared here gave me a great idea to do something like this to start off the workshop!!

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