Tuesday, May 9

Fetish 01 - Feedback

Please take a moment to comment on todays workshop - highs, lows, suggested themes...
Take Care
Rocky

13 comments:

Tess said...

You rock, you have now inspired me to sort out my delicious website and rss feed etc

Lisa Hargreaves said...

Hey Rocky
Thanks for the opportunity today to network with other ICT teachers and to hear about the Web 2 Softwares. I can see the benefits of Blogs and Podcasts now.
Would really like to have an opportunity this year to network with other Secondary Teachers who teach Unit Standards etc. as this is new to me and would appreciate hearing about what others are teaching and have a "sharing of resources" time.
Thanks again.
Please keep me posted for other workshops you are having this year. Tuesdays is a good day as I have Non Contacts Tuesday pm.
Lisa Hargreaves
Whangamata Area School

Diana Strange said...

Thanks for today, the mind is blogged up!!! Next time may we have access to computers to work through each programme...
Tessa had some fab. ideas but went too fast for me, I wish I could have had a play!!

Anonymous said...

Had to go home and have a play, would have been good to have a play at the time
Squashed better space next time
Huge variation in the ammt of knowhow participants had, hard to pitch to, maybe you could split it up next time
Can see lots of classroom applications

Sandy said...

Yeh baby! it was a great "teaser" session. You have given teachers a taste and now its up to them to follow up in what they are interested in. Your blog and delicious bookmarks provide great support for those teachers interested in following up.

Matt Thomas said...

Hey Rocky -
Thanks for the afternoon. Certainly a lot of links to plough through and to see what is valuable for our school. Will need to think long and hard about the process of using Social Software in the classroom, and the benefits. Cheers.

David Louwrens said...

Hi Rocky
Thanks for an inspiring afternoon. Such a wide range of knowhow although I've no idea how that can be overcome. Many new ideas and challenges. Just need more time to play. Thanks a million.
David

David Louwrens said...

Hi Rocky
Thanks for an inspiring afternoon. Such a wide range of knowhow although I've no idea how that can be overcome. Many new ideas and challenges. Just need more time to play. Thanks a million.
David

Chris Leonard said...

Hey there Rocky thanks for the opportunity for further training on Web 2.0, it would be great to see some practical examples of how this movement can be used within the classroom.

Ann Townsend said...

Thanks Rocky had a very informative session and have come back to school and had a play with blogging and how I can use it in class.
Have confused everybody else at school though.

Rochelle Williams said...

Thanks Rocky that was a nice little taster and food for thought of things to come. Came back with many thoughts and implemented some small things with small groups of students. Hoping to tempt them enough to empower them to tell me how we could continue to use web 2 and what they think its place in learning is or will be. Will your wee workshops always be on Thursdays? I know your chocca, it is just that most of our staff have appraisals on that evening. May be your workshops could become podcasts?
Cheers Mate

Anonymous said...

Hi, some interesting ideas shared, glad I came although- what happened to the air con???

Anonymous said...

Diana P- Well that was a real crash session as to how to get up to speed. Social engaging is a new step so in our small shoes we will begin some of this. Need more time to engage in small group talk to get mind around ideas.maybe next time in groups pratctise some of these. Huge variation of know how.