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    Participant Pages (Summer 2011)
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    Below are several examples of completed session reflections/responses. These are models for the type of responses you will create. Your completed course page will look similar to this page, except your responses will each address a different conference session, and you are only required to use a total of 2 (or 3) different media formats. Your finished page will contain either 5 1 PLU) or 10 (2 PLU) session responses. To increase the challenge, novelty and richness of your course experience, you are encouraged to use as many different response formats as possible.
    Participant Name: Ima Sample, Third Grade Teacher
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    with the reflection content for
    Example 1: Web-based Voice Recording - Vocaroo
    Name of Session: Connecting Classrooms Across Continents: Planning and Implementing Globally Collaborative Projects
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    Conference Year and Strand: 2008, Kicking It Up a Notch
    Session URL: http://k12onlineconference.org/?p=335
    Example 2: Podcast by PhoneConcept Map - Gabcast (Free account provides five minutes of phone recording)Gliffy
    Name of Session: Connecting Classrooms Across Continents: Planning and Implementing Globally Collaborative Projects
    Conference Year and Strand: 2008, Kicking It Up a Notch
    Session URL: http://k12onlineconference.org/?p=335
    Example 3: Concept MapAnimated Movie - GliffyXtranormal
    Name of Session: Connecting Classrooms Across Continents: Planning and Implementing Globally Collaborative Projects
    Conference Year and Strand: 2008, Kicking It Up a Notch
    Session URL: http://k12onlineconference.org/?p=335
    Example 4: Animated MovieDigital Collage/Poster - XtranormalGlogster
    Name of Session: Connecting Classrooms Across Continents: Planning and Implementing Globally Collaborative Projects
    Conference Year and Strand: 2008, Kicking It Up a Notch
    Session URL: http://k12onlineconference.org/?p=335
    Example 5: Digital Collage/Poster - Glogster
    Name of Session: Connecting Classrooms Across Continents: Planning and Implementing Globally Collaborative Projects
    Conference Year and Strand: 2008, Kicking It Up a Notch
    Session URL: http://k12onlineconference.org/?p=335
    Example 6:
    Digital Slideshow
    (All images located using Flickr Creative Commons)
    Name of Session: Connecting Classrooms Across Continents: Planning and Implementing Globally Collaborative Projects
    Conference Year and Strand: 2008, Kicking It Up a Notch
    Session URL: http://k12onlineconference.org/?p=335
    Example 7:6: Web-Based Presentation
    Name of Session: Connecting Classrooms Across Continents: Planning and Implementing Globally Collaborative Projects
    Conference Year and Strand: 2008, Kicking It Up a Notch
    Session URL: http://k12onlineconference.org/?p=335
    Video - Flip Camera & YouTube
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    Course ID: B3AFF1-C447
    Course Instructor: Shelley Paul
    Cost:
    $30
    This course is free for Woodward Academy teachers.
    Others: $45
    for 1 PLU, $45$60 for 2
    Please make checks payable to Woodward Academy
    (This course is free to Woodward Academy teachers).
    Once your registration has been confirmed, please send payment to:
    Woodward Academy
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    1662 Rugby Avenue
    College Park, GA 30337
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    by June 25,24, 2010.
    Dates of the Course:
    The nextSummer 2011 course session
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    follows:
    June 16 - July 30, 201029, 2011 (Registration Deadline: Wednesday, May 26)25)
    To register for the course:
    Join this wiki (you will need a Wikispaces account). Instructions here.
    Complete this online form. I will send you a confirmation email within 48 hours of your registration.
    Send payment (the course is free to Woodward Academy teachers).
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    30 participants.
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    I will contact
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    email on April 1, 2010June 3, 2011 with further
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    check frequently. If
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    Details of the K12 Online Conference:
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    attendees. The 20092010 theme is Bridgingwas Cultivating the Divide.Future.
    Each year,
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    from all fourfive years as
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    explore the 2008 and 20092008-2010 sessions, as
    How the Course Works:
    Participants seeking PLU credit are required to respond to a specific series of reflection items/questions (listed below) related to what they have learned from each session and how they will utilize or apply what they have learned in their individual work setting.
    Responses may be submitted in a variety of "beyond text" formats including audio, graphics, concept maps, photos and multimedia (details below).
    Participants who engage in 5 conference sessions and fulfill the response requirements perform 10 clock hours of work, earning 1 PLU. Participants may "repeat" the course and respond to 10 sessions for a total of 20 clock hours to earn 2 PLU.
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    their responses. ( ALL(ALL 5 or
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    contact Shelley or Nneka in IT, or their building tech specialist for assistance.
    responseReflection/Response Questions:
    Please address ALL OF the following elements in EACH OF your 5 (or 10) session reflections. Other than the session name, strand and URL/location (items 1-3), you do not need to literally address each item as a discrete, numbered response – please be as creative and engaging as you wish, as long as you clearly respond to each area. You may wish to simply type the information for items 1-3 on the wiki page adjacent to your media-based response (see Reflection Format Options below as well as Example Participant Page).
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    An embedded as a Vocaroo recording. Or Gabcast free phone podcast.
    A concept map embedded in the wiki page using a site such as Gliffy or Bubbl.us
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    board using Glogster, WallwisherGlogster or Stixy.
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    such as Prezi or Google Presentations,
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    "movie" using Xtranormal.
    test page
    Xtranormal.or GoAnimate.

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Friday, March 18

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Wednesday, March 16

Sunday, November 7

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    Around
    Summary: Around the World
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    Skype.
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    Ideas for Further Exploration:
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    helped me. I plan to explore several of the websites mentioned to find other 4th grade teachers that Skype.
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    Three Ideas:
    #1: I would love for my students to Skype with other students across the United States as we explore and learn about the various regions of the United States in Social Studies. #2: During our rock unit, I would like for the students to Skype and interview a professional geologist. #3: I believe that the students would enjoy interviewing and Skyping with an author whose books we are reding in the classroom.
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    7. Three Ideas:
    Having my own classroom website will allow me to communicate with both my parents and students. #1: I could post my weekly Monday letter (The Grant Gazette) for parents to read. #2: I could post the dates for upcoming projects and classroom assignments. #3: I would list websites (resources) that students could go directly to in order to practice different skills like multiplication facts or grammar.
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Sunday, October 3

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    7. Three Ideas:
    Having my own classroom website will allow me to communicate with both my parents and students. #1: I could post my weekly Monday letter (The Grant Gazette) for parents to read. #2: I could post the dates for upcoming projects and classroom assignments. #3: I would list websites (resources) that students could go directly to in order to practice different skills like multiplication facts or grammar.
    SESSION 5https://docs.google.com/present/edit?id=0AVfiOLjSJeHoZGZ2ano0Y3JfMXJ2Nmt4dmhm&hl=en5
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    7. Three Ideas:
    Having my own classroom website will allow me to communicate with both my parents and students. #1: I could post my weekly Monday letter (The Grant Gazette) for parents to read. #2: I could post the dates for upcoming projects and classroom assignments. #3: I would list websites (resources) that students could go directly to in order to practice different skills like multiplication facts or grammar.
    SESSION 5https://docs.google.com/present/edit?id=0AVfiOLjSJeHoZGZ2ano0Y3JfMXJ2Nmt4dmhm&hl=en
    4. Summary: The Digital Writers’ Workshop session describes how a group of upper elementary gifted students collaboratively went through the Writers’ Workshop to create and publish their own stories. The presenter also tells the different multiple intelligences that are used in each step. Her steps for the digital stories include the following 1. Character Development, 2. Construct a 3D Setting, 3. Plot Development, 4, Storyboarding, 5. Create an Online Book, 6. Produce a Theme Song, 7. Podcast, and 8. Make Shadow Puppets. Her students were also able to Skype with a published author.
    5. Questions and Ideas for Further Exploration: I think it’s important for children to know the writing process and how to create their own stories. The presenter’s overall writing process was okay, but I feel that it was lacking in the end. She suggests that you record the final writing project, but this session did not have one. She said that they ran out of time. This makes me wonder about the time frame of the project and is it feasible to do it in groups like she did or is it better for the students to work independently?
    6. Personal/Professional Development: I liked her plot development idea of having the students write the events of their story on index cards. Then, the students mixed the cards up and exchanged them with another group. That group then, tried to correctly sequence the story and determine if it made sense.
    7. Three Ideas: #1: I would use the plot development idea to assess if students have a beginning, middle, and an end in their story. #2: I like the idea of creating theme songs to go with a story and would possibly try that. #3: As a class, I would let students Skype with a published author and ask questions about the writing process.

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