Sunday, August 19, 2007

Week 9 - Thing 23

As to my favorite moments using SLL 2.0, I'd include the Rollyo on dyslexia as it was so quick to put together having a Special Ed. background. also was exciting since it looks like it could be easily organized and then searched by teachers and students. It was a special joy to be following directions that worked. This gave me courage. Perhaps I will go forward into HTML and setting up web pages.

It was quite a pleasant surprise to locate an old friend while playing with the blogging spots. I am a great believer in serendipitous searching. However, as there is so much on the web, this overview of 2.0 tools sped up what could have taken much longer.

There are probably a couple one-sentence comments to be made about this experience. One is that knowing about the internet can be real power with many young people.

The blog will prove to be helpful as a teaching reflection site. I will remember to include noteworthy yet relevant keywords so blog searches will pick up the ones I wish to share.


IrmaPince said...

Congratulations! Thank you for participating in SLL2.0. We hope you will maintain your blog and add suggestions to the
curriculum wiki.

Anonymous said...

Whoo hoo! Congratulations on completing your 23 things. I'm glad that you were able to find an old friend - what fun! Like Irma Pince says - please do continue blogging and adding new ideas to the curriculum wiki.

Jackie S, 2.0 project manager said...

Congratulations! You have successfully completed School Library Learning 2.0 and are now an official member of the CSLA 2.0 Team. We've moved your blog to the "Congratulations! - 2.0 Team" list.

Thanks for joining us in summer 2.0 fun. We all appreciated your posts and discoveries.

Best wishes.
- JackieS
CSLA 2.0 Team project manager

Terry Lai, SFUSD Teacher Librarian said...

CONGRATULATIONS on finishing all 23 items. I have read through a few of your postings, and I am very impressed. It seems as if you really understand Rollyo. You and I will have to talk about it. Thank you for taking the pictures at Flynn and posting them. It would be great to take pictures at every meeting and have a record of the entire school year. See you on Sept. 18. Terry