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也许是老师和家长太多地强制了香港六合彩的不喜欢和太多地剥夺了香港六合彩的喜欢,才因地制宜的忙里偷闲地玩起男生喜欢女生、女生喜欢男生的情感游戏。如果哪天小学里也盛行这种游戏,一定是校长发扬光大了教委的决定,然后是班主任发扬光大了校长的决定。决定缘自态度,态度缘自喜欢,喜欢缘自性别,性别缘自基因,基因缘自爱情,爱情缘自决定。子允这般胡思乱想地来到教室,香港六合彩昨天就下定决心从今天起再也不迟到。马老师已抱着双臂站在门口准备恭候迟来的学生,因见子允来得较之上学期而言要早些,便一反表扬上的吝啬,又是一番说酸不酸、说甜不甜的赞扬,难得你不是踩着铃声进教室的,至少比昨天大有进步,好,很好,有进步就好。坐满教室的同学见又有子允的乐子哪肯放过,有人竟鼓起掌,伺机而动的大家立即呼应,霎时,掌声好比巴掌打在屁股上,比昨天校长发完言后的动静还要大。马老师只用冷若冰霜的眼神就平息了乘虚而入的动乱。掌声停了,但子允依然应着继续萦绕在耳膜上的掌声节奏走向座位,忽然余光里出现两团火热,正而视之,是周晨晨一双透彻清亮的眸子盯着自己移动。子允的两颊立刻飞红,同学以为香港六合彩被掌声鼓得不好意思,又有复燃之意。马老师有先见之明,指着对门的班级,小孩似的把食指放在嘴边示意安静。被周晨晨勾着的子允也看见了马老师这个可爱动作,说明香港六合彩今天脸红得不比昨天,也不像昨天那样晕头昏脑。也就这时,子允继续向座位走的步子忽然出现不灵便的动作。同学只顾仰头大乐,没注意这一细节,只有周晨晨细细地看在眼里。子允庆幸自己反应快,心里却慌得不知该装还是不该装,昨天那样骗人家,这下难为自己了。《Y滋味》关怀自己下了早自习,子允以为周晨晨会来关怀自己,几个同学邀香港六合彩一起上厕所都没去。坐了一会,等来神情鬼怪的王峰,哥们,昨天回家还好吧?子允有些失望

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  • eXtension May 4, 2005 National Videoconference
  • intranet.extension.org
  • Questions Phone: (800) 755-7765 FAX: (402) 472-9724 Email: questions@extension.org
  • Agenda
    • Institutional Teams
    • FAQ Initiative
    • Community of Practice:
    • Call for Engagement
  • Institutional Teams
    • Facilitate institutional participation
    • Provide input for building eXtension
  • Institutional Teams
    • Help institutionalize eXtension
    • Assist faculty & staff with joining CoPs
  • Institutional Teams
    • Support eXtension as a primary vehicle for access to local information & programs
  • Institutional Teams
    • Members
      • Organizational management
      • Communications/Marketing
      • Content development
  • Institutional Teams
    • Members
      • IT infrastructure
      • Faculty
      • County representative
  • Institutional Teams
    • Due from Director:
      • May 20, 2004
  • Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) Initiative
  • FAQ Initiative
    • Provide Extension faculty & staff an opportunity to participate in eXtension
  • FAQ Initiative
    • Identify Communities of Interest (CoI)
    • Identify national content leaders
  • FAQ Initiative
    • Build a national FAQ model
  • FAQ Initiative
    • Collect FAQ and answers (Summer)
    • Analyze data, identify CoI (Fall)
  • FAQ Initiative
    • Publish FAQ to Wiki
    • Call to participate in answering FAQ
  • Questions Phone: (800) 755-7765 FAX: (402) 472-9724 Email: questions@extension.org
  • Content Development Carla Craycraft Craig Wood Associate Directors
  • Communities of Practice
    • Virtual Teams
      • Multidisciplinary, multi-institutional, faculty, professional and paraprofessional staff…
  • Communities of Practice
    • Virtual Teams
      • County educators, industry experts, clientele and/or government agency representatives
  • Communities of Practice
    • Virtual Teams
    • Interact daily w/ CoI
    • Fluid & Flexible
    • Timely & Responsive
  • Communities of Practice
    • Form in response to user market analyses from a Community of Interest (CoI)
  • Communities of Practice
    • 2. Expressed needs for emerging content areas.
  • Communities of Practice
    • 3. Self-forming because of interests and needs of multiple states.
  • Communities of Practice
    • 4. Regional or state subject matter teams-nucleus to form national or regional CoP.
  • CoP Function
    • National in scope
      • Develop material, national, regional, state or county
    • Interact with CoI
  • CoP Function
    • User needs analysis - internal evaluation
      • Evaluation of existing content to determine the best-of-the-best material.
  • CoP Function
    • Reviewing best-of-the-best material to transform for delivery through eXtension
  • CoP Function
    • User assessments determine the production and material developed.
  • CoP Function
    • Open environment so others may join
  • Guiding Principles & Philosophy of CoP
    • Believe in “openly shared” educational product development.
    • Content authors will retain development recognition for P & T.
    Guiding Principles & Philosophy of CoP
    • Educational products developed belong to the system and not any one institution or entity.
    Guiding Principles & Philosophy of CoP
    • Individual members leave content developed with the community.
    Guiding Principles & Philosophy of CoP
    • Believe others in your field can make contributions, decisions about content.
    Guiding Principles & Philosophy of CoP
    • Believe in unselfish joint ownership and peer-reviewed development of content.
    Guiding Principles & Philosophy of CoP
    • Believe change is constant in content areas.
    Guiding Principles & Philosophy of CoP
    • Believe some content is unique to local, state, or multistate - while some may be national.
    Guiding Principles & Philosophy of CoP
    • Believe we can no longer afford duplication of effort in the system.
    Guiding Principles & Philosophy of CoP
  • CoP Action Plan
    • Boundary conditions
      • Mission, vision & operating guidelines
      • Customer-centered focus
  • CoP Action Plan
    • Boundary conditions
      • Active involvement with CoI
      • National, regional and local expertise
  • CoP Action Plan
    • Boundary conditions
      • Educational product development
      • Entrepreneurial
  • CoP Action Plan
    • Boundary conditions
      • CoP Leadership
  • CoP Action Plan
    • Identify CoI and develop a plan for continual interaction.
  • CoP Action Plan
    • Develop a plan for user assessment and evaluation.
  • CoP Action Plan
    • Analysis and interpret user assessment data.
  • CoP Action Plan
    • Develop strategy to inventory existing content.
  • CoP Action Plan
    • Develop Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ).
  • CoP Action Plan
    • Develop Ask the Expert.
  • CoP Action Plan
    • Construct content teams.
    • Plan for continual update of content.
  • CoP Action Plan
    • Identify quick response members.
    • Plan for evaluating the CoP over time.
  • Evolution of CoP Identify Leaders Evaluate Content Prioritize Content
  • Evolution of CoP Establish CDT Transform/Create Content Evaluate Content
  • Evolution of CoP Evolution of team Maintenance of Content Identify New Content
  • eXtension Support
    • Virtual collaborative work space
    • Technological infrastructure to facilitate work
  • eXtension Support
    • Team development opportunities
    • Communications, marketing, business, development resources
  • eXtension Support
    • Training for entry and maintenance of content
    • Content design standards for production
  • eXtension Support
    • Technical production assistance
    • Online evaluation & assessment tools
  • eXtension Support
    • General and overall marketing strategies for CoPs
    • Assessment mechanisms to define audiences
  • Call for Engagement
    • Pre-application
    • Full Application
    • Planning Grants
  • Call for Engagement
    • Pre-application July 8
    • Finalists invited July 29
    • Full Applications Sept. 9
    • Awards Oct. 7
  • Call for Engagement
    • Online submission process
  • Questions Phone: (800) 755-7765 FAX: (402) 472-9724 Email: questions@extension.org