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Final Reflection

Final Thoughts about C&I 579 What attitudes, skills, and concept have you gained from participating in the course?  This class more than any I have taken, has made me think and reflect about where education is going and where I fit in as a teacher.  Nine weeks ago I felt I was a progressive teacher …

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Blog Post #4

As I learn to utilize technology in my classroom, I am interested in finding out how other teachers have paved the way. Jan 21, 2012 Social Bookmarks: A Pinteresting Conversation!   A couple months ago a friend asked me if I knew about Pinterest and when I nodded my head “yes” I had thought I …

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Blog Post #3

  Thursday, December 1, 2011 Lifelong Learning   What does “lifelong learning” mean? Many feel lifelong learning is a term which applies to folks that are constantly retooling for that next job. Others say that it is a term which fits those individuals who are trying to learn all they can about their current vocation. …

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Thoughts on Technology C&I 579

What attitudes, skills and concepts have you gained from participating in the course so far?  As I reflect on what we have done so far, I am overwhelmed thinking about how education i going to change in the next 10 years.  To think when I started teaching, I was armed with a state of the …

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Blog Post #2

Monday, January 30, 2012 How are you using data in your classroom?   I use MAP data to help students find books in their appropriate lexile range. I also use the RITs to work on areas of weakness.   Posted by Sue H at 6:45 PM      Denise MitchellFeb 9, 2012 06:54 AM MAP …

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Are You a Tech Pilot? 2012 January 29   by Kim Cofino     I’m always looking for ways to build a sustainable, job-embedded, professional development model for technology. As much as I love running after school sessions for teachers, and even with all of the fantastic opportunities we have at YIS, like COETAIL and the …

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