October 2012 Blog Posts (119)

Entrada nº7: Hugo Chávez

Este articulo discurso la elección en Venezuela entre Hugo Chávez y Henrique Capriles para la posición de presidente en Venezuela.   Mucho de la gente y los expertos creen que la elección era amañado y el solamente persona que tenia la oportunidad para ganar la elección era Hugo Chávez.  El gano los votos a 55%, que es un grande por ciento para ganar una elección.   En la elección pasado, Chávez gano la vota para 63%, y mucha de la gente y la oposición creía que la elección era espurio. …


Added by Greg Osif on October 28, 2012 at 8:22pm — No Comments

Parent Letter

Dear Parent or Guardian,

It is my first year at Winona Elementary so I wanted to take some time to introduce myself and let you know how excited I am to work with your child this semester. I graduated from Missouri State University in 2015 with a degree in Elementary Education. I am currently on Winona Park Board and love to help out the community and the children.

I am excited to teach…


Added by Tabitha Clabaugh on October 28, 2012 at 7:44pm — No Comments

Mid-Term Grades

I would like to inform parents about the ways they can access their child's grades through email, classroom 2.0, and through contacting me personally.

my email is history1@mtngrove.edu

Classroom 2.0- Anthony White



Added by Anthony Casey Alan White on October 28, 2012 at 7:41pm — No Comments

Entrada nº 7: Altos ejecutivos le pidió que regresara de bonos

           Cuarto mayor banco de España, Bankia pagar bonos a sus ejecutivos el año pasado y Y les ha pedido que devolver sus bonificaciones a la empresa. La razón de esta audaz actuar es porque Bankia tuvo una pérdida de 7 billones de euros este año. La Comisión Europea está obligando a Bankia para volver los bonos porque pidieron un rescate de 23 millones de. El caso está todavía en los primeros procesos así que no saben si alguno de los ejecutivos se negará a pagar su bono. Si el estado…


Added by McKenzie Meyer on October 28, 2012 at 7:33pm — 1 Comment

Hello Parents!

I believe this blog would be a great way to keep in contact with students, and more importantly parents. I believe, especially with younger students, that a lot of information gets "lost" to and from school. This is a great way for parents to keep up with what is going on in the classroom, and a great way to keep in touch and ask questions.

Added by Tyler Bonds on October 28, 2012 at 5:29pm — No Comments

Wonderful PDF on Leadership in the 21st Century: The New Visionary Administrator


A must read for all teachers and students who seek an evolved view of technology and education.


According to Marc Prensky (2001b), “… today’s students think and process information…


Added by Bobby Wood on October 28, 2012 at 5:16pm — No Comments


Welcome,Welcome, Welcome!

Welcome children, I'm glad you're here.

We're all going to have a wonderful year!

We'll draw and we'll write,

We'll sing and we'll play,

We'll paint and we'll build,

And learn new things each day!


Hey class! I will be using blogs to either post assignments, activities, and even events. It will be a good thing to always check and see what I have posted.

I just wanted to start off with welcoming…


Added by Krista Poole on October 28, 2012 at 3:30pm — No Comments

Entrada nº7: Indices de Criminalidad

La tasa de criminalidad ha cambiado drásticamente en el último año en Caracas Venezuela. La cantidad de asesinatos ha aumentado mucho. Este cambio asesinato id más grande de América del Sur, el año…


Added by Reece Glenn III on October 28, 2012 at 2:48pm — 2 Comments

Entrada nº7: Las luchas políticas de Venezuela

   Hubo un artículo reciente en las noticias sobre las elecciones presidenciales de Venezuela el mes pasado. Los candidatos de la elección fueron Henrique Capriles Radonski y Presidente Hugo Chávez. Esta elección fue una batalla, pero el ganador fue el Presidente Hugo Chávez. Muchos de los miembros de la oposición del partido teniendo dificultad para aceptar que su partido no ganó. Debido a esta furia, la contraparte no está uniendo juntos para las próximas elecciones…


Added by Rachel Weaver on October 28, 2012 at 1:59pm — No Comments

Entrada n°7: La economía socialista de Chávez

Hugo Chávez ha ganado las elecciones en Venezuela, y espera continuar implementando su modelo de socialismo. Chávez derrotó a Henrique Capriles, quien quería dejar de expropiar las empresas venezolanas. En los últimos años, Chávez ha nacionalizado muchos sectores de la economía, incluyendo el petrolero, de cuyos ingresos Venezuela ha sacado provecho. Estos ingresos muchas veces están asociados con el modelo de socialismo, y por eso, Chávez disfruta de bastante apoyo. Sin embargo, mientras…


Added by Emma McGregor on October 28, 2012 at 11:38am — No Comments

edu 265

i would most likely use my blog to keep my parents updated on what was going on in my class and at school in general. My blog would cover what we would be working on in class, homework assignments, and school events.

Added by Greg Rackley on October 28, 2012 at 6:14am — No Comments


The idea of creating your own social media site is intriguing.  This would be a neat idea for certain interest groups. For instance, I kind of liked when "The Facebook" was only for college students.  All members had that common link, and it was easy to find and make friends with similar interests.  I think it's nice that my family members and coworkers can now have a Facebook page as well, yet, it does limit what you can share because there is a wider range of audience.  Having a Ning site…


Added by Laura Shell on October 27, 2012 at 11:35pm — No Comments

Getting to know social networking

This is the first time I have joined a professional social network. My previous experience is limited to Facebook, and I use it mostly to keep track of family and friends: being far away from home pushes me to use it more frequently. Some of my fellow teachers use Linkedin, but I have never tried it.

My personal impression is that educational tools, apps and sites are evolving really fast. New ones or improvements to those that are successful, appear each week with the intention to…


Added by Javier Casaseca on October 27, 2012 at 8:10pm — No Comments

no7: El Petróleo

El producto muy importante en la economía Venezuela es el petróleo.  Las reservas de petróleo proporcionan mucho del petróleo en el mercado mundial.  Yo creo que es bueno que el país tiene una exporta imperativa al mercado mundial, sin embargo, yo tengo miedo que en el futuro el país tendrá unos problemas.  Como más y más de la gente del mundo da se cuenta que hay opciones mejores que el petróleo. Las opciones mejores que el petróleo incluye los combustibles alternativas.  Hay científicos…


Added by Natalie Jo Senn on October 27, 2012 at 7:12pm — No Comments

Entrada nº7: Venezuela y la política

    Ramón Guillermo Aveledo ha sido el jefe para la oposición política de Venezuela. El y muchos otros han formado la organización para  intentar de evitar que Hugo Chávez sea reelegido. La única a problema es que su trabajo no se va a poner más fácil. Golpeados por la reelección del Presidente Hugo Chávez este mes, oposición contra el esta teniendo dificultades mantenerse unidos. Reunir a sus seguidores para las elecciones cruciales que son en diciembre, se ha…


Added by Leonardo Velasco on October 27, 2012 at 5:34pm — 2 Comments

Web 2.0

I am looking forward to being apart of this community. I think this site is going to offer me some great connections and ideas.

One question that comes to mind, is there any easy way to add colleagues all at once rather than individually? I'd love advice if anyone out there can help. Thank you.

Added by Elizabeth Broadbent on October 27, 2012 at 5:29pm — No Comments

Disciline in the classroom

I had to discipline a student for the first time in the clss on Friday.  I was working with a third grade special ed. student on a book report covering the first 5 chapters she had read.  This student had coclear inplants within the lasst three years and has learned to talk and is hearing.  she is a very small child and before this past year she was extremely shy and would cry easily whenever something happened in the class, even when it did not directly effect her.  This was during  the…


Added by Kennth T. Taylor on October 27, 2012 at 2:42pm — No Comments

Entrada nº7: Mujeres al Poder

Durante muchas decadas las mujeres no podian trabajar en cualquier trabajo. Si trabajaban tenían que trabajar en cosas como: amas de casa, enfermeras, etc. No era hasta recientemente que las mujeres han entrando al mundo de los trabajadores. Cuando las mujeres comenzaron a hacer los trabajos de los hombres la gente no le tenían nada de respeto. Como muchos países Venezuela acepta las mujeres trabajadora y le dan respeto. Siempre hay…


Added by Thays on October 27, 2012 at 2:10pm — 1 Comment

Plant Growth

I'm a student studying elementary education and this post is for an assignment. This would be an example blog post to keep parents informed of a 1st grade class science project about how conditions affect the growth of plants.

Hello parents!

I would like to give you an update on our current science project "Plants: What Makes Them Grow?" Today, we planted our seeds and put them in a variety of conditions. Plant 1 has no sunlight and lots of water. Plant 2 has lots of… Continue

Added by Jaime McGee on October 27, 2012 at 12:40pm — No Comments

Entrada nº7: Antiguo presidente, los mismos problemas

El presidente Hugo Chávez fue recientemente reelegido para un cuarto mandato, pero con su reelección llega a los mismos problemas que los venezolanos han estado luchando hasta el final. Venezuela tiene las mayores reservas de petróleo del mundo, que es donde viene el dinero de sus proyectos sociales. El país depende del petróleo, sin embargo, con la recesión, las empresas están en deuda. El gasto público…


Added by Shelby Peek on October 27, 2012 at 11:00am — No Comments

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