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Hometown:
Camilla, GA
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Westwood Schools, USA
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teacher
About Me:
I am a teacher who loves teaching and I think I have incredibly intelligent, hard working students. They are great and teach me so much!
Website:
http://www.westwoodschools.org
Blog:
http://coolcatteacher.blogspot.com

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NetGen Final Post Assignment

Posted on April 29, 2013 at 11:00pm 0 Comments

Reflection on NetGenEd project

Embed your student summit slide here. (MAKE SURE IT IS UPLOADED TO THE NING AS A PHOTO)

1) Overview of your technology - In at least 100 words and 3 hyperlinks, explain your technology.

2) Overview of…
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Welcome to NetGen! Here's your handshake blog post assignment

Posted on March 14, 2013 at 3:28am 0 Comments

In your pre project blog post for NetGenEd make sure you cover the following:

Introduce yourself. (Who are you? What do you like to do in you spare time? What are your hobbies / interests?)

What is your topic you'll be studying? (Explain in simple terms, include 2 hyperlinks and embed at least 1 video.)

Plan. Since you have participated in the Flat Classroom before, how will you apply what you…

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2012 WHSB Reflective Blog Post Assignment

Posted on December 4, 2012 at 11:55pm 2 Comments

In this post, you will reflect upon the experience of the Flat Classroom Project. 

Instructions: Copy and paste this post into your blog post and answer the questions appropriately. Delete everything in italics. 

 

Section I: Your Flat Classroom Video

All of these questions pertain to the video YOU made for this project.

 

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NetGen Final Blog Post

Posted on May 1, 2012 at 1:59am 0 Comments

1) Overview of your technology - In at least 100 words and 3 hyperlinks, explain your technology. What was most interesting about what you learned?
2) Overview of your NetGen Norm - In at least 100 words, 2 hyperlinks…
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Pre Project Blog Post

Posted on March 28, 2012 at 1:37am 0 Comments

In your pre project blog post for NetGenEd make sure you cover the following:

What is your topic? (explain in simple terms and include 3 hyperlinks)

What is your netgen Norm? (explain in simple terms and include 2+ hyperlinks)

Since you have participated in the Flat Classroom before, how will you apply what you learned previously to this project? What will you do differently?

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At 4:28am on January 3, 2013,
Teachers
Brian McLaughlin
said…

Happy New Year to you too! Christa will be happy to hear your hello! Thanks.

At 1:11am on December 12, 2012, Terry Smith said…

Thank you, Vicki. Meaningful,  specific feedback is something I reinforce constantly with my pre-service teachers to help them support  the engagement loop that keeps kids going: feedback-motivation-action-feedback.... I bookmarked several of the presentations to use as examples with my students - excellent sources/ideas for alternative assessment.

At 4:33am on March 27, 2012, AllyN-Masco said…

Thank you very much. I appreciate you letting me know.

At 3:42am on March 23, 2012,
@netgened
tj-whsb
said…

Mobile apps allow people to use their smartphones on the go. People can play games such as Temple Run and Angry Birds, get onto the internet, and check the local weather. The creation of mobile apps was an good idea. I like to play games on my phone by using the mobile apps. The Facebook app allows me to go to the sign in page instantly.

At 3:41am on March 23, 2012,
@netgened
Tristan S-WHSB
said…

Tablet Computing is about tablets being used more and more. Tablets are much more easier to carry around then a computer, and they can be just as good as them. Some people do not like the fact that tablets do not have a keyboard or a mouse, but if they did, then they wouldn't be so easy to carry around. Tablets can be useful to all kinds of people. Teachers can use them to teach, architects can use them to build, and doctors can use them instead of clipboards. Tablets can be so useful.

At 3:32am on March 23, 2012,
@netgened
Dylon S- WHSB
said…

Game based learning is a great way to help kids learn. Game based learning is used in 3-D and other cool graphics to catch the viewers attention. Game based learning gives you a visual of what the person is trying to teach you. Game based learning has improved the way kids and other people learn everyday. Learning with visual has been proven that 90% of the people who see an image learn more than regular teaching. People will learn more if teachers use game based learning because kids like to pay attention to something that excites them not something that makes them bored. I also have learned that regular teaching doesn't catch my attention but something with pictures keeps me interested. Dylon- WHSB

At 4:48am on November 16, 2011,
@netgened
Matthew H-WHSB
said…
At 11:57pm on November 1, 2011,
@netgened
Dylon S- WHSB
said…
At 1:57am on October 27, 2011, CydneyG_SVHS said…
Thank you!
At 12:04am on October 27, 2011,
@netgened
rachel H-WHSB
said…
 
 
 

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