The project reflected upon in this Ning Post provided a multidisciplinary learning opportunity for my students to collaborate with students in another country via short videos that each student produced and edited in my classroom. Our hopes are that the children in Darién, Panamá will be able to learn about the students in Connecticut and create a dialogue between the two Dariens using web 2.0 technologies.…
Posted on May 6, 2009 at 8:00pm — 2 Comments
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Thank you for writing to me about MakeBeliefsComix.com. I am wondering if you did indeed try the site with your students and, if so, how it worked out. I'd be happy to hear any suggestions you or your students might have on how we can make the site more fun and useful to you.
Sorry that wasn't me doing the post it project...I'm curious as well to know what it was all about. I think the person who was doing that was Elizabeth So....however, I could be wrong. =)