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  • Growing Posts Another journey into 21st Century Learning
  • If you have Scribe Posts a student usually blogs once every 30 classes.
  • As a subject area teacher I wanted them to post more often.
  • Enter the Growing Post
  • Good for multi-subject teacher Original image: 'Focus' www.flickr.com/photos/26406919@N00/793748095 by: Nic McPhee
  • Why Growing Posts? All work is in 1 Blog Post instead of many posts.
  • Blog provides a canvas for the learners to create.
  • Teach Class Subject Content
  • While teaching how to integrate 2.0 technologies.
  • Connection between students
  • Creating an audience
  • These are Growing Posts
  • Using a Growing post like a Math Notebook
  • Growing Post Instructions
  • Using images to convey meaning
  • This post was created 2 years ago.
  • Building Connections
  • Fraction Growing Posts
  • Students leaving comments on other Growing Posts
  • Second Generation Growing Posts Percent Growing Post 2006
  • Time Period You can assign a question a day.
  • You can assign the entire Growing Post as one assignment.
  • Students prefer to do the work at home. Their computers are often better than those at school.
  • Types of Applications one could use/teach in Growing Posts
  • How to embed videos
  • How to add sound
  • How to use bubbleshare
  • How to use voicethread
  • or anything at studentblogwikitools.wikispaces.com
  • Alan Levine’s 50 tools to tell a story.
  • Assessment
  • Student self-evaluation http://flickr.com/photos/njhdiver/445254121/
  • Peer Evaluation
  • Teacher Evaluation
  • Sample Marking Rubric
  • More information on Growing posts can be found At Release the Hounds