Cohort 21 - Blogging Badges
Log into your Cohort 21 Blog and change your password. Make is something you will remember.
Writing and publishing your first post; Click HERE. A post first face to face reflection is a great place to start.
Embed a video into your post
Upload a profile picture and update your profile with your school and other relevant professional contact info
Commenting on another cohort member blog. Use the “@” symbol to bring another member into the conversation.
Writing and publishing 3 posts
Bookmark your blog dashboard for easy access.
Tag a post: Click HERE
Commenting on 3 or more posts
Apply a category to a post
Embedded linking to past blogs of your own, or to those of others
Adding a featured image and in-line image to a post: Click HERE
Cohort 21 - Twitter Badge
Sending your first tweet into the universe
Mention another Cohort 21 member in a tweet using @ symbol
Create a Twitter list of your own, and add it to your Tweetdeck column
Tweeting an educational, inspirational image
Taking part in a Cohort 21 scheduled Twitter Chat
Take part in a twitter chat that is not #Cohort21, archive this chat, and share it with Cohort 21 participants
Subscribe to Cohort 21 2016-2017 list, and Follow every member of this year’s Cohort - Click here for list
Retweeting a Cohort 21 member’s tweet
Experiment with using Twitter in the classroom and blog about the experience
Open and use Tweetdeck as a way to filter Twitter. Add the #cohort21 column, plus 1 other educational column (eg: #educhat)
Contribute to the #Cohort21 conversation
Follow all the Cohort 21 facilitators and coaches. Click here for list.
Cohort 21 Google+ Badge
Join another Google + Community that is related to your subject area or edu-interests
Sharing your action plan in a Project Tuning Protocol hangout.
Take an active role in a Hangout by being on screen and speaking
Creating a Google+ community for your school or PLN in an area you are an expert / specialist in
Share thought provoking content with the Cohort 21 gang through a post in the Google+ community that generates a discussion with 3 or more members
Hosting a Google Hangout on Air
Join the Cohort 21 Diigo Community
Create an Outliner associated with your action plan
Launch a Diigo group at your own school
Add an annotated resource
Add 3 annotated resources directly linked to your action plan, and share with the Cohort 21 community
Have at least 3 other teachers join your group and contribute annotated articles
Use tags effectively
Comment on 2 other resources recently posted on your action plan topic or something of interest
Have all members comment on 1 (only one) resource as an asynchronous conversation
Share an annotated article with the Cohort 21 community
Join 1 or more Diigo groups
Add resources; from one of your groups to your library, and then to your school group.
Like & comment on one other resource posted
Add sticky notes to pose questions to readers
Share your Outliner list on Twitter & Google+