Learning With Lucie Archive 2006-2013

November 25, 2007

Thanksgiving 2007

Filed under: Personal — Learning with Lucie @ 5:02 pm

I took my first trip to the desert this Thanksgiving.  I few to Tucson; visited the Sonora Desert, then drove through Sedona on my way to the Grand Canyon.  The way back brought us back through Sedona.  It was wonderful to have a host who had much experience with the Canyon and the desert.  Knowing that Craig had hiked down and back when he was 16 with his Dad, and once again with his daughter when she was 16 was part of the experience. 

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November 5, 2007

Podcasting Workshop at ANESU

Filed under: Education — Learning with Lucie @ 3:09 pm

Welcome to a series of 3 podcasting workshops for Addison NorthEast Supervisory Union.  This workshop will take on a constructivist learning approach and be shaped by participants using this wiki.

November 1, 2007

Redesign Research with Social Bookmarking

Filed under: Uncategorized — Learning with Lucie @ 6:34 am

Redesigning Research With Social Bookmarking Tools
for Vermontfest 2007
Thursday – 9:40 – 10:40 Northstar 2
Presentation Link

Social bookmarking sites such as __del.icio.us__ and Furl are replacing ‘favorites’ and ‘bookmarks’ amongst fans of Web 2.0. Understanding the power of these tools will increase your productivity as a teacher; it can also help you redesign assignments in ways that increases and assesses critical thinking skills in your students. Alan November encourages educators to fight increased plagiarism by redesigning the assignment. Social bookmarking tools allow you to do just that.
Based on this blog entry which I posted at InfiniteThinking Machine—-