Week 4 Response to John Hutchinson’s Post

Click here to view Hutch’s Original Post I tried to have fun this week and tie some different media into my recap of each chapter. Chapter 9: (“Miss Claire Remembers” by Enya)At one point this song came on my iPod while I was reading this chapter.  Simplistic as it is, it was an auditory metaphorContinue reading “Week 4 Response to John Hutchinson’s Post”

Week 4 – Response to Jessica Kellogg’s Post

Click here to view Jessica’s original post. I know that I have said this a million times, along with others in this class, but I can’t help feeling it again. Chapter 9 starts out with lighting a spark and all I can think about is being a Christian. Being an example to others and sparkingContinue reading “Week 4 – Response to Jessica Kellogg’s Post”

Week 3 Response to Drew Fulton’s Post

Click here to view Drew’s Original Post Wk3: Art of Possibility Part 2 My favorite part of this week’s reading from The Art of Possibility was the 8th practice, “Giving Way to Passion.”  My life is dominated by my passions and I strive to follow those passions.  It is my passion for photography and the naturalContinue reading “Week 3 Response to Drew Fulton’s Post”

Week 3 – Response to Jessica Kellogg’s Post

Click on this link to view Jessica’s original post Week 3 Reading: Chapters 5 – 8 This week’s reading talked about leading from any chair. I really enjoyed this chapter because I think that as a teacher it is important to understand where a student is coming from also. It is vital that we getContinue reading “Week 3 – Response to Jessica Kellogg’s Post”

Week 4 – Leadership – Where Do I Publish

  Creative Cow http://www.creativecow.net/ Plan A – I would like to publish to Creative Cow to show the collaboration happening in our county with our local community to help our local educational access channel to show that we are still surviving because of everyone’s efforts. This is especially interesting since the conference is about collaboration.Continue reading “Week 4 – Leadership – Where Do I Publish”

Week 4 Reading – The Art of Possibility 9-12

This is the largest hurdle for me, how to light a spark in others.  I have the administrators behind me to revive the educational access channel.  That was the part that I thought would be the most difficult, but unfortunately it is the instructors. I was surprised to see the remarks had to do withContinue reading “Week 4 Reading – The Art of Possibility 9-12”

Week 3 – Leadership Post – Where Do I Present?

  Alliance for Community Media’s 2012 ACM Annual Conference (PEG)Theme Collaboration, July 31  – August 2, 2012Chicago, Illinioshttp://www.allcommunitymedia.org/events/2012-acm-annual-conference Plan A – I would like to present the collaboration happening in our county with our local community to help our local educational access channel to show that we are still surviving because of everyone’s efforts. ThisContinue reading “Week 3 – Leadership Post – Where Do I Present?”

Week 3 Reading – The Art of Possibility 5-8

Joan Brink Young Children Services is always willing to try something new without any other reward than to have a video to show her students. Everyone is responsible for the team; one person does not lead it. This is not what I am use to. I have in the past been given a direction andContinue reading “Week 3 Reading – The Art of Possibility 5-8”

Week 2 Wimba – Copyright and Leadership Project

Copyright Below are my notes from the copyright lessons and this week’s Wimba.It was nice to see instructors learning this material and making it a priority. I wish all instructors in my district could hear this or at least have to view a presentation just as they have to view the blood born pathogens video.Continue reading “Week 2 Wimba – Copyright and Leadership Project”

Week 2 – Reponse to John Hutchinson

Click here to view Hutch’s original post. “You’re probably wondering what this photo has to do with the book?  No, I’m not designing a motivational poster.  I started reading this book on a very brief 4 day getaway at a friend’s cabin in Maine.  As much as reading something by Stephen King seemed fitting IContinue reading “Week 2 – Reponse to John Hutchinson”