1. @roundhousejz

    Week 4 Reflections

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    Before my reflection, I’d like to share the two videos I created for my Mobile Learning class because I feel like I’m slowly, but surely, becoming a novice video editor!

    The first video is called the History of Buffalo Wings.  I created it with GoAnimate as well as my …

  2. @sarachenlan

    Week 4 Reflective Summary

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    Yah, my head is still spinning from all the reading and writing of this week.But hey, I made into week 4. This week was fast-paced with the summer camps and July 4th party over the weekend. I thought I am going to have difficulty to get things done in the…
  3. @sarachenlan

    Week 4 Reflective Summary

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    Yah, my head is still spinning from all the reading and writing of this week.But hey, I made into week 4. This week was fast-paced with the summer camps and July 4th party over the weekend. I thought I am going to have difficulty to get things done in the …

  4. @sarachenlan

    Week 4 Reading Reflection

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    This week we read Chapter 8 of A new literacies sampler:Looking from the Inside Out: Academic Blogging as New Literacy by Julia Davies and Guy Merchant. This chapter is mainly focused on exploring how and why blogging becomes one of the important forms of new literacy. What makes this paper …

  5. @sarachenlan

    Week 4 DS106 Design – Got Deer?

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    Monday morning I went to the backyard to water my vegetable garden and I found all the cucumber leaves were gone from the cucumber plants. Only bare stems and some flowers were left on the trellis. A couple of green tomatoes were scattered on the ground. There were some bite…
  6. @sarachenlan

    Week 4 DS106 Design – Got Deer?

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    Monday morning I went to the backyard to water my vegetable garden and I found all the cucumber leaves were gone from the cucumber plants. Only bare stems and some flowers were left on the trellis. A couple of green tomatoes were scattered on the ground. There were some bite …

  7. @sarachenlan

    Week 4 Digital Story Critique- Rise of the Monstera deliciosa

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    A couple days ago while I was looking for information about "Trendy house plants", I can’t help but be attracted by the split-leaf philodendron (Monstera Deliciosa). Its striking heart-shaped foliage reminds me of the snowflakes we all made in elementary school by folding the paper and cutting. Immediately, I found…
  8. @sarachenlan

    Week 4 Digital Story Critique- Rise of the Monstera deliciosa

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    A couple days ago while I was looking for information about “Trendy house plants”, I can’t help but be attracted by the split-leaf philodendron (Monstera Deliciosa). Its striking heart-shaped foliage reminds me of the snowflakes we all made in elementary school by folding the paper and cutting. Immediately, I found …

  9. @roundhousejz

    Carpe Diem: In Other Words

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    This week’s Design Assignment led me to creating this beauty.  I was tasked with taking a shot from a favorite movie and overlaying a favorite quote from said movie.  Before anyone can argue my true passion for Gone With the Wind, I do, in fact, know that this wasn’t actually …

  10. @belwood303

    Getting my Post On…

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    I have just had a hard time getting on a computer these last few days, but I have been busy, busy, busy. The thing is that MY GOAL this summer had originally been to organize my lesson plans and piles of papers. And since getting back from San Francisco I’ve…
  11. @sarachenlan

    Week 3 Reflective Summary

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    This week there was an abrupt assignment switch from audio to video. Even though Lisa has “warned” us in her blog that making a video could be hair-pulling and stressful, I did not expect it would actually taken a good couple hours to complete the task. Before my video assignment’s …

  12. @sarachenlan

    Week 3 Reflective Summary

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    This week there was an abrupt assignment switch from audio to video. Even though Lisa has "warned" us in her blog that making a video could be hair-pulling and stressful, I did not expect it would actually taken a good couple hours to complete the task. Before my video assignment’s…
  13. @roundhousejz

    Week Four Reflection: So many connections!

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    How well do you feel you completed the requirements of the week’s assignments?

    I continue to feel proud of my involvement and completion assignments for this week.  I’m starting to feel confident in my struggle and the process.  I love that everything I’m learning in this class, I’m learning by …

  14. @roundhousejz

    Digital Story Critique 3: My Write to Draw

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    So, this critique was a little late, but I have to say that was less due to planning and more due to the fact that I had to prepare for/travel to/begin this amazing experience called ISTE.  As luck would have it, I had a delayed second flight and then quite …

  15. @belwood303

    A Very Busy Week

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    When I got back to the hotel yesterday after the close of the conference I fell asleep sitting up in front of the laptop. I just needed to reset. So much info packed into five days, so much extroverted energy and my little introverted self was done, ready to shut …

  16. @sarachenlan

    Week 3 Reading Response

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    This week’s I read Lankshear and Knobel (2008) Ch1:DIY Media: A Contextual Background and Some Contemporary Themes. In this chapter Lankshear & Knobel discussed  the topic of the history of DIY and its current applications. The authors has also addressed thoroughly on the four aspects that the DIY media has …

  17. @roundhousejz

    Week 3 Responses: Learning by Doing

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    This week, my life is following the theme of the readings.  I’m throwing myself into my practice and joining thousands tens of thousands of people at the ISTE Conference in Denver, CO.  Thankfully I’ve joined a super supportive group through an *affinity space* (more on that later) that I’ve found …

  18. @jdf2160

    OM GOSH

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    The U$A educational system has MUCH to correct. Those of us in the trenches feel as though our hands are tied, like we’ve taken an oath to seed out creativity and allow mundane to surface, spilling over into all content areas. If you are unfortunately reading below grade level then…
  19. @roundhousejz

    What do we do? We swim!

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    This week’s video assignment asked: What do you do?  I was tasked with creating an at least 8 second video about something I do on a daily basis.  So, I decided to be a typical Floridian and make a video about going to the pool!

    Some of you might be …

  20. @belwood303

    Sylvia Plath’s Opening Line

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    The opening line of The Bell Jar reads it was a hot, sulty summer, the summer they killed the Rosenbergs, and I have no idea what I was doing in New York.

    1953 was also the year Eisenhower took office and Charlie Chaplin left the United States, never to return.…

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