1. @belwood303

    Week 7 Reading Response

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    My second video, better and much faster than the first :)

    Still room for improvement (a bit choppy) ;)

    Getting into the final weeks of this course and what do I want to share in this space I have been creating? I am reminded of a lot of things as …

  2. @sarachenlan

    Week 7 Visual Assignment

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    For my  Assignment of the week, I decided to completeSplash The ColorI thought I would really enjoy this assignment because I enjoy this kind of photo editing and can be associated with my focal theme. Here is my creation! Color splash is a technique to emphasize details- you…
  3. @sarachenlan

    Week 7 Visual Assignment

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    For my  Assignment of the week, I decided to completeSplash The ColorI thought I would really enjoy this assignment because I enjoy this kind of photo editing and can be associated with my focal theme. Here is my creation! Color splash is a technique to emphasize details- you…
  4. @sarachenlan

    Week 6 Reflective Summary

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    This week was rough for my family. Apparently, stomach flu hit each of us one by one. My husband, my daughter and I were taking turns throwing up and occupying bathrooms. It was terrible. Glad that we all felt better towards end of this week and I managed get my…
  5. @sarachenlan

    Week 6 Reflective Summary

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    This week was rough for my family. Apparently, stomach flu hit each of us one by one. My husband, my daughter and I were taking turns throwing up and occupying bathrooms. It was terrible. Glad that we all felt better towards end of this week and I managed get my…
  6. @sarachenlan

    Week 6 Reading Reflective

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    This week I readLankshear and Knobel (2011) Ch7: Social Learning, “Push” and “Pull,” and Building Platforms for Collaborative Learning. Itexplored in depth of social learning, ‘push’ and ‘pull’ paradigms, and building platform for social learning. I feel most related with two themes in this chapter: First the "push" and "pull"…
  7. @sarachenlan

    Week 6 Reading Reflective

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    This week I readLankshear and Knobel (2011) Ch7: Social Learning, “Push” and “Pull,” and Building Platforms for Collaborative Learning. Itexplored in depth of social learning, ‘push’ and ‘pull’ paradigms, and building platform for social learning. I feel most related with two themes in this chapter: First the "push" and "pull"…
  8. @belwood303

    Week 6 Reading Response

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    The remarkable thing about experience is that you rarely realize it at the moment what you will carry with you for life. I had no idea when I first saw Fredrick Douglass that he would be a driving force in my education, that his words (which I wouldn’t study or …

  9. @belwood303

    This is not what you think

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    My in-laws have a state of the art, fancy coffee machine that grinds the beans and makes frothy, foamy little espressos. This is not coffee. To me. I’ve got a Mr. Coffee that makes a post of some Fogers type coffee for me every morning. Now, that’s coffee.…

  10. @sarachenlan

    Week 5 Reflective Summary

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    This week was probably my favorite week so far at ILT5430 class. I’ve enjoyed reading Henry Jenkins’s . This week was our final week. We completed our final project and other projects. Everything went smoothly thankfully. The only difficulty I had was trying to think of what I should do…
  11. @sarachenlan

    Week 5 Reflective Summary

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    This week was probably my favorite week so far at ILT5430 class. I’ve enjoyed reading Henry Jenkins’s . This week was our final week. We completed our final project and other projects. Everything went smoothly thankfully. The only difficulty I had was trying to think of what I should do…
  12. @belwood303

    Fantastic Shadow Art

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     The daily create today was to document your shadow, so if you should ever become seperated you could identify it. (Hey, ask that guy Peter Pan how often that can happen to a fella…)…

  13. @belwood303

    Week 5 Reading Response

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    Communities of Readers, Clusters of Practices by Henry Jenkins

    The Afterword provided by Jenkins speaks very highly of creating an environment in education more in line with the participatory culture students are encountering online. One of the main issues public education is dealing with is the Transmission model of pedagogy …

  14. @sarachenlan

    Week 5 Digital Storytelling Critique

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    Since my  vegetable garden was destroyed by deer last week, I started to search for information about deer repellent. I found a video from Youtube called Best Deer Repellent Ever Invented. It has 76,833 views since it was published at 2009. So I gave it a try.

    What types of…
  15. @sarachenlan

    Week 5 Digital Storytelling Critique

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    Since my  vegetable garden was destroyed by deer last week, I started to search for information about deer repellent. I found a video from Youtube called Best Deer Repellent Ever Invented. It has 76,833 views since it was published at 2009. So I gave it a try.

    What types of…
  16. @sarachenlan

    Week 5 Mashup Assignment

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    This week we were given a mashup project to complete from the DS106 assignment bank. While I was scanning the bank, I found a task called"Consumer mashup". The requirement is to think of anyplace you spend money, and what you most often buy at that place. Then redesign…
  17. @sarachenlan

    Week 5 Mashup Assignment

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    This week we were given a mashup project to complete from the DS106 assignment bank. While I was scanning the bank, I found a task called"Consumer mashup". The requirement is to think of anyplace you spend money, and what you most often buy at that place. Then redesign…
  18. @roundhousejz

    Barcelona Mash-Up: The remixed mash-up

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    For this week’s DS106 Assignment, I totally embraced the idea of remix.  We were tasked with completing a “Mash-Up” Assignment, but I didn’t just pick a mash up and do it exactly like the description said.  I remixed it and made it my own.

    The original assignment was to take …

  19. @belwood303

    Summer Block Buster Hit

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    The Assignment: Take a dramatic closeup of anyone’s face – an actor’s, a friend’s, your own – and superimpose a landscape or scene over the face. Since this is a mashup, get crazy with it. Take two completely unrelated images and put them together, then try to make a story out …

  20. @belwood303

    Still like those Carrots

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    I’m really pleased with getting the shadow of the tree in the background. There are a lot of clever recreations on the website. Ze Frank’s Project. Opening up twenty tabs so I can look more into it later.…

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