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New York Online Learning Update



Check out my most recent blog posts on the transformation of education in New York. The new tech plan clearly sees NY in a new direction. The RTTT application integrated virtual education in many areas. As one of the last states to embrace online learning, the transformation is interesting.


See http://www.hybridhighschool.com for links and…
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Added by Sue Palmer on February 13, 2010 at 9:43am — No Comments

Are you ready for a virtual high school?

Please see my recent blog posts on a site I have created to discuss this important topic...



Go to www.hybridhighschool.com, read, comment, share your views and ideas. We need to talk about this! Unless you are retiring very soon, you will not retire in a profession that resembles this one. Is that ok? How can we do this correctly?



Please get informed and share your views.… Continue

Added by Sue Palmer on December 6, 2009 at 12:00pm — No Comments

Hybrid High School? k12 Online Learning Apps

Hello Everyone!



I wanted to share this video I created and posted on youTube this week. I created it to express my views and summarize the training I gave this week in Ellicottville, New York. I am a high school social studies teacher of at risk students and am using Moodle to turn my classroom into a hybrid course. I still see my kids the same number of days and my classroom really looks just as it did before. I have added an online component in Moodle and have basically extended… Continue

Added by Sue Palmer on July 18, 2009 at 6:00am — No Comments

Podcasting Reflections..

Our first school year in the Maze is coming to a close, and we wanted to take a few minutes to reflect on how it has changed the way we learn. We have seen our students really benefit from the use of podcasts as an additional review tool. What have they told us? First, they like the ability to listen at times convenient to their schedule, and as frequently as they need to understand or remember the information. They also have found the podcasts to be… Continue

Added by Sue Palmer on June 15, 2008 at 9:31am — No Comments

How are you using your iPod?



How are you using your iPod?



As I write this blog post, I am listening to one of my favorite podcasts, TWIT, with Leo LaPorte! I am a major user of iPods personally and in the classroom, however, until I listened to a new podcast called Learning in Hand: iPod, by Tony Vincent, I did not realize the many other possibilities it affords. Personally, I use it for music, podcasts, videos and for my review masterycasts. My students… Continue

Added by Sue Palmer on March 3, 2008 at 8:00pm — No Comments

How to create a simple podcast, part 1!

This is a cross post of my blog article discussing the way I create the "masterycasts" on MasteryMaze.com. It is the first part in a series designed for the teacher who has NO background in this!

You can find it in the blog at MasteryMaze.com.

Added by Sue Palmer on March 1, 2008 at 6:30am — No Comments

The Pale Blue Dot

I believe that education is one of the most, if not the most important profession; we truly impact the world every day through the lives of our students. In my blog on www.masterymaze.com, one of my posts is "The Pale Blue Dot" which discusses the importance of collaboration, sharing and mutual responsibility. As a preface I offer a view of one of my favorite YouTube videos entitled "The Pale Blue Dot", which offers an interesting reflection on the…

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Added by Sue Palmer on November 19, 2007 at 11:30am — No Comments

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