What is Videoconferencing?
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Monthly Archives: November 2006
Today we are starting two days of ASK sessions with Janie Panagopoulos: 8 sessions, 24 classes. We are focusing on the books Traders in Time (6 sessions) and Little Ship Under Full Sail (2 sessions). I love the questions with … Continue reading
Yes, my blog has been a little quiet lately. Here’s a quick run down of some interesting things happening…. So much to write… so little time! November 15 we did an awesome Operation Montserrat Training with CET Challenger Learning Center. … Continue reading
Tuesday we had our first after school professional development VC about something other than videoconferencing. We’re doing a series as part of the RUS grant. I know you’re wondering, so, sorry, I am only offering this for our county this … Continue reading
On Monday, Marcellus Middle School participated in their first ASK program. Students read Daniel’s Story and prepared questions for Charles Sacavage, a holocaust expert from Intermediate Unit 29 in Pennsylvania. The classes were also studying World War II. Mr. Sacavage … Continue reading
New Read Around the Planet Verification Instructions were posted online at the TWICE website this week. Building Level Coordinators. Please print and follow these Building Verification Instructions. District Level Coordinators. Please print and follow these District Verification Instructions. Regional Level … Continue reading
This week I reviewed a project submitted for my class Kid2Kid Videoconference Connections. Gord Smith is a videoconferencing coordinator for Palliser Regional Schools in southern Alberta, Canada. The district is large and just getting started with VC. So Gord has … Continue reading