- I’ve seen a 6 year old prepare a better lesson, what were you thinking?
- Your assessment could use a little work, are familiar with rubrics?
- Did you take into account FIPPA rules?
- Wow you must think a lot of yourself to be publishing your work online.
- Oh you just stole that idea from George Couros, I saw the same idea at a conference last month.
Without turning this into a counselling session, I suppose my hesitancy to be more open with my practice stems more from a reaction of self-defence than selfishness. I think I struggle with Twitter for similar reasons, but that’s another story for another time. In any case I would like to share my teacher website, where I have been experimenting with an online inquiry(paperless classes) in two of my high school classes. I am currently running a History 12 and French 9 classes mostly online. Lab time as been an issue, but overall I am very happy with the results and I have received excellent feedback from my students and their parents. I use a Weebly page as my teacher site. I secured permission from my principal and the parents to teach these classes in an open manner and I have been very happy with the results. Here’s a link to my site enjoy!