I wanted to blog about Pinterest, but kept on forgetting! It is a tool for collecting and organizing things we love, from interior design, to recipes, to travel, you name it, they have it, and just pin it! So easy…LOL!
Facebook is another thing I wanted to blog too! It is a social utility that connects people with friends and others who work , study and live around them. It was founded in February 2004 by Mark Zuckerberg with his college roommates and fellow Harvard University students Eduardo Saverin, Andrew McCollum, Dustin Moskovitz and Chris Hughes.
People need these two things to ‘survive’! They wake up in the morning, the first thing they will do, is to check facebook for latest updates!
Introducing Hermit by Teacher Jo, did you guys see the frog in his class? So cute!!!
Made me feel like rearing one too…
Wow…one hour nap is so so so different! Hey, check this out, guys! I simply love this Coursera!!!
It was recommended by Bing, thanks to her! So many things I can learn from this website!
Choose from 300+ courses in over 20 categories created by 62 Universities from 16 countries.
Watch short video lectures, take interactive quizzes, complete peer graded assessments, and interact live with your new classmates and teachers.
Finish your class, receive recognition for a job well done, and achieve your goals, whether they be career, personal, or educational.
Hey, maybe I should go back to the previous few blogs and type in more words, just in case, to make sure that they’re more than 100 words instead of EXACTLY 100 words!
Sigh…2 more posts to go after this post!
I accidentally saw my friend, Katrina‘s blog…she posted two online resources to share with everyone!
Let me show you…Turtle Diary, I excluded the other online resource is because I think one should be enough! This website has educational kids games, computer games, printable worksheets and learning games online. I’ll try this website one day.
Great!!! Now it’s only 9pm and I’m feeling so sleepy!!!
Now only I realize something I have missed!!!
ClassDojo is a classroom tool that helps teachers improve behavior in their classrooms quickly and easily. It also captures and generates data on behavior that teachers can share with parents and administrators. Better learning behaviors, smoother lessons and hassle-free data – and its free!
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Instantly reinforce good behavior.
Easily award feedback points for behavior in class in real-time, with just one click of your smartphone or laptop. This actually improves behavior.
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ClassDojo provides instant notifications for your students (‘Well done Josh! +1 for teamwork!’). All fully customizable for your classroom.
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ClassDojo gives you behavior-tracking analytics and reports that can be shared with parents and administrators, all with just one click. No data entry needed, ever.
I would rather poke my eyes with sharp pointy objects than write another blog post…I am going to get this supid assignment done tonight when the state of origin is on so I never have to look at this subject ever again.
By someone, in Australia, definitely not from Malaysia. I saw her post on EDC3100 ICT and Pedagogy on facebook. Blogging is not a fun thing to do if you’re NOT into it!
At the very least, compared to the whole EDE4012 Cross-cultural Communication in Early Childhood, and the rest of the other 3 parts for EDC3100 ICT and Pedagogy, blogging should be the easiest one! Don’t you think?
Frankly speaking, I seriously don’t like Twitter at all. So messy, that’s what I feel…LOL! Needless to say, I don’t want to own one account!
But today, I saw my friends, Michael and Mandy (I couldn’t find her blog…arrggghhhh!) started their Twitter accounts for the children to learn, to update their latest news! For example,
Mandy asked, “What do you like to eat?”
A girl answered, “I like to eat mayonnaise!”
That’s awesome!!! I heard a lot, but this is the only one I am able to remember! Why?
Because I like mayonnaise too! Hahahahaha…
Mandy let them typed the words in and posted!
Ahhh…today is the day!!! I can blog about my practicum now, how I feel, bla bla bla…
Hmmm…not bad at all, no comment actually, so far so good! Nothing happened…
First day which was yesterday, the Manager explained to us about everything.
And today, my friends, Neena and Naxu started a Kidblog account with the children. I didn’t know that there is a blog for kids! Wonderful, isn’t it?
Great!!! I’m dozing off while writing this particular blog!!! My goodness!!!
The worst part is, I still have 6 more posts to go…
Just now, I was telling Kay Yi about top scorers in our class don’t simply blog like me!
Now only I notice it, so many friends blogged about Project Noah, including Swee Peng! I think this is the first time I mention about this friend! Once again, I have forgotten about her and she is going to tell me that I am always on her mind! Hahahahaha…
I’m going to Vietnam end of the month from 25th to 30th!
Impressive!!! I simply blog about everything which I like to blog…
Making sure that I have these:
- 3 or more blog posts each week.
- Average length of blog posts at least 100 words.
- 60% or more of the blog posts contain links to online resources
- More than two posts contain links to posts from other EDC3100 students.
- All learning path activities completed
Practicum is going to start very soon!
Another few more days!
I had better type it down quickly before I forget…LOL! I have so many friends’ blogs out there, assisting me directly or indirectly what to blog! Hahahahaha…
WOW…take a look at Wong Kay Yi‘s blog! Marvelous one, I like her blog, it is so colorful! For the first time, I think I am in love with orange color!
She blogged about Project Noah, it is a tool to explore and document wildlife and a platform to harness the power of citizen scientists everywhere. No time to browse the whole website! I know it can be used after the farm visit!
I’ve been browsing through Australian Curriculum website since March 2011, and have been telling my friends to utilize it for our assignments. None of them listened, they prefer to utilize Kurikulum Standard Prasekolah Kebangsaan (KSPK) – Malaysian Curriculum.
Obviously, I have nothing to blog about. Vicky‘s blog does help a bit!
Hmmm…who else other than Vicky? Yikes…I forgot!
Wait a minute…all of a sudden, I have an idea for my next lesson! Hahahahaha…
I’ll bring my digital camera and let them snap some farm animals in Farm In The City 城の农场. Then I’ll demonstrate, let them try to upload onto YouTube!
I’m very sleepy right now…
No more typing…