I had a couple more thoughts on the forum that I meant to go back and add, but now I can't remember what they were.

 

I would like to say that one really healthy thing that I've sort of learned from the class is to take some time regularly (daily?) and do some professonal reading.  I plan to do my final bookmarking tomorrow, and actually don't mind putting off this "work" unti Sunday--the day of rest, because I find this reading to be very enjoyable and relaxing.  Unfortunatly, I can't really say it has become a daily habit.  I'd like it to be..but, there is always the tyranny of the urgent.

However, I do now have some rss feeds, I've also added Google Reader, and I have some resources such as Classroom 2.0 bookmarked, which I CAN turn to and quickly find interesting reading that pertains to my job. --not to mention eschool news--which I get regular emails from.  I'd like to keep this reading and bookmarking up between capstone one and capstone two so that I can have documentation and can honestly say that I do that sort of thing.  I had planned to keep it up after the Intro course,.....so, I'll have to make a real effort to be better this time.

One of the big benefits of this class has been teaching the actual project plan lesson--that was definately a worthwhile experience.  I really learned the ins and outs of kidblog.org and feel so much more cnfident in showing others how to use it.

Have a nice Christmas break.  Thanks again for all your help.

 

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Comment by Nadyne Hick on December 12, 2011 at 6:32am

I love hearing how the course has changed how you manage information and work with students. 

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