Monthly Archives: March 2012

Course 1 final project: Current affairs and the media : Making the news

Jeff explained the goal for the course 1 final project is to use a “lesson or unit plan that I’m actually using or have used during the course based on the learning that has happened”; However, my actual final project … Continue reading

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Too many choices

Week 5’s performance task was to “research online collaborative projects that you might be able to use in your classroom” and write a reflective blog post on “how technology is changing the learning landscape and global education”. I found an … Continue reading

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Last reflections on “Living and Learning with New Media”

While I’ve really enjoyed the required reading, “New Media”,  I particularly liked the “Conclusions and Implications” but my thoughts/reflections are sort of all over the place.   I fully agree with the study’s value and support for “allowing plenty of … Continue reading

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Upon first learning of FF, I felt…horror & deep shame. And old.

While I’m still overwhelmed with the requirement of public blogging (yes, still banging that drum and hoping to get over it soon – fingers crossed) what I’m enjoying about COETAIL is the little glimpses of hidden worlds it’s showing me. … Continue reading

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Messing around with the idea of messing around

While reading “Messing Around” from “Living and Learning with New Media”, I couldn’t help but be surprised that it all sounded so official and scientific.  “Hanging out” and “messing around” are now legit terms used by scientists!  My surprise is … Continue reading

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