Here's one for me from Jenny at Lucacept:
Am I “network literate”? I strive to be.
Am I “Googled well”? Yes. This gets better every year, and I love finding myself on other people's blogs and presentation wikis.
Am I learning with others “out there”? Canada, Australia, and all over the US - YES
Am I a “mobile learner”? No, I don't own a cell phone (maybe that will change soon)
Am I reading and writing differently? As an English teacher, I think NO. Although I try to skim online, it's very difficult for me. I go to catch up on my reader and get stuck on the first two posts I come across. There is SO much great info out there; I just can't skip over it. I'm fascinated by it all.
Am I collaborating, co-constructing and collectively acting with others? My collaborations have improved this year, but I want to do much more with this whole area.
Am I a learner first, teacher second? I don't know that I can put it in this kind of hierarchy. I feel that learning in a continual process running over everything that I do, and teaching is a framework underneath that - the structure and prior knowledge that I need to progress and help my students progress more efficiently.