Monday, May 21, 2012

May 21

JOURNAL TOPIC: [today's tunes: "It Never Entered My Mind" by Miles Davis; "I Shall Be Released" by Bob Dylan]

This week the topic is you. When you began this course of study you became the heroic protagonist of your own story, and now the story is what you're doing. Tell it.

1. Journal
2. Progress reports
3. Assessment/evaluation
4. Next steps

1. Log onto the project infinity site HERE and join the leaderboard here (get the idea? You can't win if you don't play! [ugh, how lottery-ish]).
 2. Read this and post a question for Howard and/or Roy.


  1. What do you think is the best way to grab people's attention online? For example, when trying to get people to view your college blog.

    Marie Alvarado
    Period 3

  2. What is the best way to integrate old, and new technology? How can we make online learning more user friendly to those who resist 2.0 resources?

  3. Do you believe in the next ten to twenty years that this 2.0 version of learning will be the base for all classrooms and become a complete phenomenon in the educational world?

    -Kelly Brickey, Period 3

  4. Why do you think what we're doing is so important? And how is it going to affect the here and now as well as the future?

    Savanah Lyon
    Period 2

  5. Seems there is a movement for better education. But what is good about the system we have now? Is it just a formal thing we all do to get it out of the way?

  6. How will the future generations incorporate this type of education and learning into the classrooms? Where can we go from here? and what can we do today to further our experience?

    Lizzie Level

  7. How can we our ideas spread and talked about throughout the Internet

  8. What steps do you think we can take to getthis 2.0 version of learning and teaching integrated in other classes and other schools?

    Kelli Carrillo

  9. How ready do you think the world is to embrace the 2.0 way of learning and teaching?

    Marissa Tajalle

  10. What are you hoping other people can learn from what we're doing? What do you expect/hope to find in classrooms in the next 5-10 years? (As far as learning and technology goes)

  11. Howard has had his own 'uniform' for sure to ask to look at his shoes