Some activities to support poetry teaching with Thinkfinity, a remarkable archive of lessons and other resources.
Miquel Guhlin shares poetry resources using the slide share capability of diigo a social bookmarking service. He creates an effective stand alone learning object, a slide show of poetry pages from Thinkfinity. Many librarians would call a 'path finder'. Each page screened by the slide show can be searched, clicked, or simply read. I'm sure the readers of this blog will find Miquel's work useful!
Guhlin is one to watch on the educational uses of diigo... he's digging deep into diigo. 8-)