This is a very interesting way that the student chose to link his Google doc and quite inventive. He created an HTML page and embedded it in the page instead of making the Google Doc public. What a great way to do this.
Another excellent efolio project from my student — take a look at the Doodle For Google at the bottom and how she related the opportunity to speaking out for the crisis in Darfur. This is amazing work!
Seeing my students blog like this one on cyber security makes me realize that effective online communication and writing is important. I’m proud of my student bloggers and glad that we’ve made time to blog this year!
I really am enjoying this student’s blog about NASCAR — she’s one of mine and has done a great job — look at the widgets on the right of this!
The page made by the digiteen students on digital etiquette. Although this page does not have the hyperlinks that it should have, it does have other great information.
The course planning wiki for the digiteen action project from my ninth graders for the middle school. They’ve done a nice job of planning and sharing the materials. I like their google presentation which has evolved significantly over the last three weeks.
Great post from Sue Waters on how to use a personalized start page. Nice post.
I love this blog post by parent Vicky Hennigan over at remarkable parents. She’s done a great job talking about how kids adjust their expectations because they don’t want to fail.
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