In The Daily Beast I’m still debating on whether or not to purchase an iPad.
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I’m running Google Analytics on this blog and discovered 2 vistis from France and 1 from the Netherlands. The Picasa Web Album I use for the school web album is getting more interesting data – 1 visit from Pakistan. Not only does it tell you from which country, but also which city.
Children\’s International Day on SchoolTube A.C. Flora hosts a Children’s International Day where elementary school children come to activities and events that are planned by our high school students since many Flora students are a variety of nationalities. This event is a tradition for the high school. Here is a four minute video I took [...]
Digital Poetry I’ve been collaborating with a 9th grade English teacher on a digital poetry project for the past two weeks. Students are creating found poems from To Kill a Mockingbird then coverting their poems into a video using PhotoStory. The videos will be uploaded to Schooltube where students at Mauldin High School (teacher has [...]
On Friday I was able to use a few web 2.0 tools and wanted to share. Flora had a Club Fair Friday during lunch. I went out and took pictures and uploaded them to Picasa, but I also copied them to a file on my desktop to use for PhotoStory, where I created the video. Getting [...]
hannahridesbike Click on link to see the video. I attended a district half-day information session/workshop on Adobe Visual Communicator 3 to which we received a 30-day trail. It is up to individual schools in my district to purchase the software. Afterwards I went home and used existing pictures and video to try it out. It is fairly [...]
This week we are celebrating technology. February 18-22 is named Technology Fair week in Richland One. We are celebrating students who have used technology in innovative ways. I was most impressed with our student presenters today. The Broadcast Journalism and Newspaper showcased the behind-the-scenes work they do producing the morning news show and newspaper. A [...]
A German teacher at my school introduced me to a program within Microsoft Office called NetMeeting. She uses this for her students to have guided conversations in German but with an instant messaging/texting/conference call feel. To find this on your computer go to the Run command and type conf.exe. This will load the program. Set your [...]