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GSU READ-4232

For the students in READ 4232 @ Georgia Southern University!

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Welcome to our group! Write a couple of sentences describing how you visualize yourself implementing Nings in your future classroom.

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Online Lit. Circle 2 6 Replies

You have all been assigned a role.  In your first response make sureyou state you role in the group along with your comment.  Have fun andhappy learning, Bailey, Whitney, and ElizabethContinue

Started by Elizabeth Burns. Last reply by Stevie Marshall Apr 8, 2010.

Online Lit. Circle 1 9 Replies

You have all been assigned a role.  In your first response make sure you state you role in the group allong with your comment.  Have fun and happy learning, Bailey, Whitney, and ElizabethContinue

Started by Elizabeth Burns. Last reply by Alicia Rae Thompson Apr 8, 2010.

Online Lit. Circle 3 5 Replies

You have all been assigned a role.  In your first response make sureyou state you role in the group along with your comment.  Have fun andhappy learning, Bailey, Whitney, and ElizabethContinue

Started by Elizabeth Burns. Last reply by Ashley Coleman Apr 8, 2010.

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Comment by julianna on April 7, 2010 at 1:34pm
I'm surprised you guys didn't place more of an emphasis on the community-building that Nings can bring in your posts (since so many of you mentioned this in your midterms). I think it's fine to use it for practical things like posting homework and checking reading, but I hope you won't lose sight of the more intangible benefits (like community-building)--otherwise, you've just replaced a paper-and-pencil use with a digital one without taking advantage of the additional opportunities these tools bring....
Comment by Wonda Jenkins on April 1, 2010 at 12:58pm
I would use nings and have students create their own. Then I could post comments to students. I could post homework assignments and also communicate with parents via ning. This would be a way for groups of students to communicate withi each other about group projects.
Comment by Angie Reddish on April 1, 2010 at 12:55pm
Nings is a great way to allow students to be aware of what was covered in class, even if they are not able to attend school for a day. Students and parents may check homework assignments.
Comment by Heidi L on April 1, 2010 at 12:55pm
I would set up a ning for my students and they could post questions for each other as well as 'content appropriate' links or videos. This could amount to some very interesting discussion for class!
Comment by crys lee farrow on April 1, 2010 at 12:54pm
We could use Nings within the context of the classroom to communicate with each other outside of the classroom setting. The discussion forum could be used in a manner similiar to our routine discussion posting on Georgia View. We could also use this site within our other courses as well. The social networking site is more appealing.
Comment by Daryl Cowins on April 1, 2010 at 12:54pm
I would implement Ning by using it like a facebook or myspace amongst students in my class. The interaction will have to be appropriate and the only discussion between me and my students would be strictly related to school. The interaction between students could be anything as long as it's not inappropriate
Comment by Corinne Findley on April 1, 2010 at 12:54pm
I think nings are a great resource for teachers to collaborate. They can create their own groups so that teachers can get ideas from each other.
Comment by Julie Bishop on April 1, 2010 at 12:53pm
I would use this as a class website where the students could go on check assignments that are posted along with discuss any on going assignments. It would be a way for the class to keep connected when not in school.
Comment by Stevie Marshall on April 1, 2010 at 12:53pm
I would use this to have my students post comments about the reading. I could post several questions and have the students fill in their answers. the students can even use the Ning as a way of communicating with each other.
Comment by Bailey Osborne on April 1, 2010 at 12:53pm
I would use Nings to get more ideas and information for lessons. Several of the group pages have raps, cartoons and video clips. I think these would be great to get students into the lesson and material, or be supplemental to the lesson.
 

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