Ariella Epstein
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John Carroll University
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I am a grad student at JCU, working on my degree in Middle Childhood Education, concentrating in Language Arts and Social Studies. I am also working on my Reading Endorsement.

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Design Project Proposal

Posted on April 18, 2009 at 11:51am 0 Comments

Project Proposal

Ariella Epstein

April 20, 2009

I am planning to create a WebQuest for use in a seventh grade Social Studies class for my Design Project. The topic of the WebQuest will be a comparison of direct and representative democracy using example from ancient Athens, the Roman Republic and the United States. My vision for this project is that it will be carried out in a classroom of about 20 students of varying abilities with access to five classroom computers.… Continue

Design Project

Posted on April 17, 2009 at 10:46pm 0 Comments

After speaking with Dr. Shutkin I have decided to do my Design Project in the form of a WebQuest. I envision presenting this WebQuest to a classroom of 20 seventh grade Social Studies students, who have 5 classroom computers available to them. THey will be researching direct and representative democracy through examining Athens, Rome and the United States, as per the Standards. I will be incorporating Wagner's survival skills into the lesson and plan to capitalize on this year's election. I'm… Continue

My Fabulous Five

Posted on March 20, 2009 at 11:00pm 0 Comments

The five websites that I've chosen for my webpage are:


I included this websote for two of my students, who spend half of their day learning in a foreign language. I find that their parents are often not available to help them with their homework in this area, for a number of reasons. On days that I am not at their house I have a feeling their homework does not get done. This site gives them access to two-way translations and the option to submit… Continue

What They Want

Posted on March 13, 2009 at 4:35pm 0 Comments

I have only been able to ask one parent and one student what they would be looking for if I were to create a website for the students I tutor. The student, who was not feeling well, simply said, "I don't know". Even if she were feeling well, I'm not sure she would have given me much more input. Her mother, on the other hand gave me LOTS of input. To begin with, she told me that she would like to see pictures and tidbits about the other students I tutor. She said it would be interesting to see… Continue

Web 2.0 Apps?

Posted on March 6, 2009 at 11:29pm 0 Comments

The questions we are supposed to be answering are posed to us as though we are all teachers with classrooms full of students with similar assignments and needs (maybe not really needs, but for my purposes, just go with it). However, I am not yet a teacher with a classroom of my own, and therefore do not have classes in which students could be collaborating with one another on assignments I give, or anything of the like really. Instead I am a tutor to six individual students in different schools… Continue

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At 3:05pm on January 25, 2009, SHELDON SMITH said…

I look forward to being in class and learning and listening about your thoughts and the classroom's thoughts on technology.


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