Tuesday, August 14, 2007

Week 9 #23

  1. What were your favorite discoveries or exercises on this learning journey? Discovering that everything on the Web is moving at warp speed and I need classes like this to stay ahead of the students that visit the library daily. My favorite exercise was learning the world of "del.icio.us". I use it daily!
  2. How has this program assisted or affected your lifelong learning goals? It's provided great tool to use on the internet super highway.

  3. Were there any take-a-ways or unexpected outcomes from this program that surprised you? It's amazing how many free tools were available to me on the web.

  4. What could we do differently to improve upon this program’s format or concept? Everything was easy follow.

  5. If we offered another discovery program like this in the future, would you choose to participate? Yes

  6. How would you describe your learning experience in ONE WORD or in ONE SENTENCE, so we could use your words to promote CSLA learning activities? Covenant and intuitive.

4 comments:

School Library Learning 2.0 Team said...

Congratulations! You have successfully completed School Library Learning 2.0 -- thank you for sharing your 2.0 discoveries during your journey.

You are now an official member of the CSLA 2.0 Team and your blog has been moved to the "Congratulations - 2.0 Team" list.

Keep on learning, keep on cheering on your colleagues. Best wishes.
- JackieS
CSLA 2.0 Team project manager

libladylib said...

Yahooie! Congratulations. We are going to be so dangerous! I love it. Exciting, huh?
SecondLife, here we come. Maybe the district will buy us an island. I proposed it to Greg. I said Nori and Dave could have thier trainings there. We could do the geography thing there. Whoo, this is getting exciting.
Congrats!!!!

IrmaPince said...

Congratulations! You are one tuff rookie for sure. Please stay with us as a member of the 2.0 Team and cheer on others who have yet to make it to the finish line.

libladylib said...

Check out globalclassrooms.us
What can we do with this? Looks cool.
I joined Edtechtalk too.