Since I haven't yet finished blog post #1 about Constructing Modern Knowledge (CMK), I have skipped to blog post #2, which I suppose has thus become blog post #1, making the original blog post #1 now blog post #2--as soon as I finish it.
As we know, sharing a finished product is a great way to celebrate the hard work of learners. At the end of our week in New Hampshire, I was able to see the unbelievable efforts of my new CMK friends. Here is a fun project I worked on with two colleagues during the week. We wanted to show what today's teachers are doing, creating, caring about. With the help of programs and equipment, such as Scratch, Animation-ish, PicoCrickets, and Flipcameras, CMK participants created amazing projects, and we were able capture some of them using iMovie '09 to show what teachers are doing - and to encourage you to join in the fun! (It is draft-ish because of time constraints, but we are proud of our hard work and accomplishments nevertheless!)
What will you be doing in your classroom in the 2009-2010 school year? How will you show off your great efforts and those of your students?