This wordle comes from this old post. I liked how it turned out. I created this for a presentation I’m doing Saturday for IATE, Illinois Association of Teachers of English. More on that later.
Entries Tagged as 'CyberEnglish'
October 21st, 2010 · No Comments · CyberEnglish
February 6th, 2010 · 1 Comment · CyberEnglish, Technology and Education, The Art of Teaching
In his post Practical Theory, Ted Nellen describes what happened to him as he moved from a paper and pen classroom to a computer classroom: Everything had changed from a teacher dominated room to a student dominated room. Differentiated instruction became the rule, not the exception. Lessons became projects not daily lessons. Students were much [...]
October 5th, 2009 · No Comments · Technology and Education, web 2.0 tools
Henry Jenkins from MIT predicts that we are facing a change in culture comparable to the Renaissance, which he says will proceed from a convergence of media. Technological Convergence, says Jenkins, has come from the digitization of all media content. “When words, images and sounds are transformed into digital information, we expand the potential relationships [...]
July 16th, 2008 · 3 Comments · blogging, CyberEnglish, School in general, Technology and Education
Pam sent me this question and I thought it was worthy of public discussion: I read your blog frequently for inspiration to share with our English teachers. Today I went to it to mine for free advice. Since I didn’t see any posts alluding to this question, I thought I would ask you directly. What [...]
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 [...]
September 6th, 2007 · 3 Comments · CyberEnglish
It was the third day with my new CyberEnglish students, and while I recognize that a honeymoon period exists and it is hubris to attribute too much glee to a happy honeymoon, things are going very, very well and I like my new students–a lot! So I was helping them reset their email passwords and [...]