Here is my NETS-for-Teachers-aligned infographic demonstrating various nodes and networks in my professional life. Easel.ly is a fun and free tool students could use to create infographics aligned to assignment objectives.
This is my me-at-a-glance Personal Learning Environment (who I am, where I am, what I use, favorite tools, etc.) Why not have students do the same? What a great tool to build their digital footprint and eportfolio. By the way, have you discovered the power of Pinterest in Education? Exciting stuff!
In Nepali, didi means older sister and is often used to describe one who works for you, one you respect, one who walks beside you on your journey. I work hard to bring teachers, parents, and students the best educational technology tools out there that educate, engage, and empower. Enjoy!