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Re: Nancy's Fingerpainting
a quick reply, john, as i have to go to karate class with my kids..
i wish to address your second paragraph:
yes, we have ideas about implementation. you and everyone may find
practical theory at http://www.tnellen.com/cybereng/
i hope you plan on being at C&W this year, john.
On Tue, 27 Mar 2001, John Bush wrote:
> Hello all,
> I'm going to try to shift the discussion in another direction. So far
> most of the posts I've read have been rather philosophical in nature,
> dealing more with the whys of integrating computer technology into the
> classroom than the hows. As interested as I am in the whys, I'm usually
> at a loss for the hows. For example, in my district we've had a number
> of workshops in using the hyperstudio program and just about a million
> demonstrations of experts building stacks. One thing I've been
> frustrated by, though, is that for the time input in takes to make a
> well-developed stack, the output in terms of classroom usage seems
> disproportionately small. I've thought of having my studnets go with
> it, but I'm not sure I would feel comfortable as a teacher or a
> troubleshooter of the program.
> Any ideas for practical implementation that you'd recommend? By the
> way, I thought the hypertext haiku activity was great, but I myself have
> no idea how to make hypertext links except in the hyperstudio program.
> Things like that, though, are what I'm looking for.
> John Bush
> Brentwood HS
> Brentwood, TN
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