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Project Development-Final Book Survey

Even though the challenges were somewhat challenging, this was a great learning experience. I do look forward to helping my students achieve success in the future by exposing them to some of things that I have learned this semester.In my personal learning pathway for global collaboration I have access to twitter, personal learning network, two blog spots, skype, voice thread, wikis, RSS feed, and social media. Through this study, which could be sometimes difficult at times, I have found that…See More
Apr 14, 2013
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Challenge 14 Challenged Based Professional Development

E-Learning – course delivery and online conferencesOnline course delivery is a practical, convenient, and affordable way to deliver Professional Development (PD) opportunities. This PD method also offers flexible time to finish course and no classroom attendance.  Teacher can start anywhere, at anytime, and from anyplace.  They may also learn independently and at their own pace. Some courses offer expert authors and world renowned authorities on teaching and learning.  Collaboration can be…See More
Apr 8, 2013
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Designing and Managing a Global Collaborative Project-Working with Wonderful People!

 I have just finished working with the most wonderful people! They are all pitched in and worked together to get this project off the ground and up and running.  Simply fantastic-hope to work with them all in the future! Thanks to all of you!  At the beginning of this project one of the main questions that I had was what kind of project do we want to design and implement. I also wanted to know what I needed to do in order to contribute or be a resource for the project. Another question would be…See More
Mar 31, 2013
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"Would love to have someone to work with on the next Challenge. Challenge 13. Please let me know."
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Christina Huff commented on Lori Ann Gibson's blog post Love this assessment site for technology!
"I love that Kathy Schrock shares so many ideas, especially, when relating it to meet the Common Core Standards for digital storytelling. In addition, ideas/assessments with project based learning (my favorite type)."
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Danje' Morris commented on Lori Ann Gibson's blog post Learning from our youth - A positive experience
"Even though I'm savvy with technology, I still find myself asking students for help!  I have an Android tablet at home, but working with iPads with the students at Kilby, I have trouble working them!  (It's something about Apple…"
Feb 19, 2013
Lori Thomas commented on Lori Ann Gibson's blog post Learning from our youth - A positive experience
"I teach 1st grade and have three teenage children of my own.  It amazes me how much my 1st graders know about Facebook, twitter, and other online chat groups.  My children have been able to help me tremendously with computer/technical…"
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Project Development-Final Book Survey

Posted on April 14, 2013 at 1:07pm 0 Comments

Even though the challenges were somewhat challenging, this was a great learning experience. I do look forward to helping my students achieve success in the future by exposing them to some of things that I have learned this semester.

In my personal learning pathway for global collaboration I have access to twitter, personal learning network, two blog spots, skype, voice thread, wikis, RSS feed, and social media. Through this study, which could be sometimes difficult at times, I have…

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Challenge 14 Challenged Based Professional Development

Posted on April 8, 2013 at 5:07pm 0 Comments

E-Learning – course delivery and online conferences

Online course delivery is a practical, convenient, and affordable way to deliver Professional Development (PD) opportunities. This PD method also offers flexible time to finish course and no classroom attendance.  Teacher can start anywhere, at anytime, and from anyplace.  They may also learn independently and at their own pace. Some courses offer expert authors and world renowned authorities on teaching and learning.  Collaboration…

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Designing and Managing a Global Collaborative Project-Working with Wonderful People!

Posted on March 31, 2013 at 8:47pm 0 Comments

 I have just finished working with the most wonderful people! They are all pitched in and worked together to get this project off the ground and up and running.  Simply fantastic-hope to work with them all in the future! Thanks to all of you!

  At the beginning of this project one of the main questions that I had was what kind of project do we want to design and implement. I also wanted to know what I needed to do in order to contribute or be a resource for the project. Another…

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Kaizen?

Posted on March 18, 2013 at 1:29pm 0 Comments

Kaizen refers to improvement of both processes and people. For schools, the philosophy of Kaizen aims at improving all aspects for all time. Thus, is it is never good enough and never ending. Kaizen seeks ongoing improvement and change for the better. Schools and teachers should think about how to do it, not why it cannot be accomplished. In implementing Kaizen, schools will have to question current beliefs and practices, and draw upon the knowledge of many not just one. Administrators,…

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