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Portraits of an Institute Three

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Comments (11)

Jerry Janes said

at 3:27 am on Jul 17, 2009

Thanks for all the useful information. This will come in handy as I return to Language Arts this year with English IV - will be techno-heavy and project based.

Joyce said

at 3:29 am on Jul 17, 2009

Thank you Mike and Jesse. You gave us a plethora of information to use in the field. You did a great job and were very patient with all participants.
We will get you dancing on video and stop blocking my computer. :D
Thanks guys!

huck.karalee@usd443.org said

at 3:29 am on Jul 17, 2009

I learned lots of neat stuff. I hope to implement it this fall. I'm also excited about the connections made, both in this room and on the web.

lachele.greathouse@gcccks.edu said

at 3:30 am on Jul 17, 2009

Thanks for the technology overload. I have really learned a lot. This was great!!!

DeAnn Gaddis said

at 3:30 am on Jul 17, 2009

What a great LOT of information! I am excited about using it. I think my students will really enjoy using these tools, and of course, LEARN! Thanks!

Stacy Cognasi said

at 3:32 am on Jul 17, 2009

A mountain of extremely useful, necessary, much needed information. The Summer Institute of Technology is so necessary. Thank you so much. I'm glad I'm in the same school as the instructors.

Steve Thompson said

at 3:32 am on Jul 17, 2009

This was a very useful inservice and I got a lot of good information here. now comes the time-consuming stage -- exploration of all the tools introduced to us .

On the Web 2.0 front, another good and relevant MWesch video is "A vision of students today", a collaborative effort by one of his introductory anthropology classes (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dGCJ46vyR9o). And yet another good resource is youtube's new edu site (http://www.youtube.com/edu) which has grown by leaps and bounds just in the last two months. You all probably know about these already, but just in case....

lindyduree@cox.net said

at 3:33 am on Jul 17, 2009

This was a great opportunity to learn about technology tools I can use in my classroom. I have a great begining for the 2009-2010 school year. All the participants were willing to help and share. I want to do a part two next summer.

Debbie said

at 3:33 am on Jul 17, 2009

What a whirlwind of amazing technical information! Am looking forward to applying newly learned skills in the science classroom this next year. Thank you, thank you for an eye opener 3 days of digital learning and fun!!!

beachklb@yahoo.com said

at 3:34 am on Jul 17, 2009

I really enjoyed this. I hope my brain is not too fried to use this in class.

Michelle Reid said

at 3:35 am on Jul 17, 2009

I thought your inservice was great. You did a wonderful job of showing how to use the individual programs and tying the programs together to make a greater product. You moved quickly through the programs, but you also gave us enough time to "play" to allow us to become familiar enough w/ the programs to return to them. This is the best inservice I've attended in a long time - very useful and fun! Are you going to do a Part 2?
Thank you so very much!

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