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The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2012 annual report for this blog, which transitioned from The Wired Classroom to The Connected Classroom last year:
Here’s an excerpt: 4,329 films were submitted to the 2012 Cannes Film Festival. This blog had 14,000 views in 2012. If each view were a film, this blog would power 3 Film Festivals! Click here to see the complete report.
Here are the top five blog posts for the past month on The Wired Classroom — have you read them?
Don Goble is passionate about Media Literacy; he recently wrote a blog post on 21st century skills and Media Literacy (also the topic of his Midwest Education Technology Conference presentation). Today, which also happens to be Digital Learning Day, that post is featured on USA Today‘s Education page, the Teacher Lounge.
Don teaches full-time at Ladue Horton Watkins High School in St. Louis, Missouri. Don serves as the Broadcast Technology Instructor, Co-Director of LHS-TV, and a Ladue School District Video Producer. In 2011, Don was recognized as an Apple Distinguished Educator. He was also named as the 2011 Charles Klotzer Media Literacy Educator of the Year by the Gateway Media Literacy Partners.
Take a moment to check out Don’s post!
#10 Google’s Les Paul Doodle
#9 Students Rebuild Offers Project To Support Japan
#8 about new links
#7 about csd
#6 “Interactive Curriculum Design for K-12 Classrooms”
#5 New Class! Integrating Media Literacy Across the Curriculum
#4 about the vlc
#3 SMART Classes Coming Up!
#2 The Effects of Media on Gender Identity Videoconference
#1 To Establish Justice coming up
Those are the highest read of blog posts from The Wired Classroom for this year (well, we cheated a little by jumping the gun on December 22nd). It’s quite an interesting assortment of topics! Happy New Year and we can’t wait to see what you read in 2012…