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October 11th, 2008 · 3 Comments · CyberEnglish, Technology and Education, Web design
In this seventh iteration of CyberEnglish at Sheboygan Falls High School, it is again the students themselves who remind me why it is so important to keep insisting that we maintain our commitment to the concept of CyberEnglish itself. In addition, each year, teachers from all over the country write to me to ask me [...]
March 18th, 2008 · 4 Comments · Web design
It’s spring, well nearly so, and in Wisconsin where we are stretched to the limits of our endurance with cold, snow, and dull, grey skies, we are giddy when spring arrives, almost insanely so. And because we are of hard-working European ancestry, we make productive use of our new daylight hours by cleaning, refreshing, and [...]
September 16th, 2007 · 4 Comments · CyberEnglish, Web design
One of the first things we do in CyberEnglish9 is create Websites. Right now, my 86 9th graders are beginning to imagine themselves as Web designers. More than that, they’ve begun to understand that the content they create for the Web and the way they present that content will have a potentially larger audience than [...]
June 28th, 2007 · No Comments · Web design
Probably, no. I liked the other, the orange. But I wanted something more customizable–especially the header picture, which is of outer space right now ( I kind of like it, but don’t expect it to stay like that forever). I also like the small type and the rollover links. And, I have to say, the [...]
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July 20th, 2006 · 2 Comments · Web design
I recently finished moving my school sites to my new domain–www.mshogue.com. Moving websites is somewhat easier on the back than moving boxes to a new house, but it is still exhausting. All of my school sites are now in one meta site that is hopefully easy to navigate. There will be problems ahead no doubt, [...]
December 31st, 2005 · No Comments · Web design
I am an English teacher, but one who integrates web technology into her 9th grade classes. What does that mean? It means my students use the web pages they create to publish their work, primarily. But it means so much more than that, and I could write a book to talk about it. But this [...]