Thursday, February 7, 2008

Teacher-Created Learning Spaces

Share with us the location of your learning space.


tfort said...

This is Brenda Lollis and Trisha Fort's blog site.
Please keep in mind all pages are still under construction.

Thank you.

Pleasantly Plump said...

Varaia Roshon's Here

EAudet said...

Here is the link to my blog. Mrs. Audet's Blog

Jeremy Koziol said...
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Jeremy Koziol said...

Hey, I posted a comment but forgot to link my blog. Whoops. So, here it is. Keep in mind that this is my classroom portal paradigm. Specific info will be posted at per the curriculum/content.

P-Dizzle said...

Here is the link to my edublog! CLICK IT!

Ms.Bioteach said...

Cherie's blog is at

MinHo Joo said...
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MinHo Joo said...

MinHo's blog is at Here

P-Dizzle said...

This is the link to our edublog for our rocket PBL unit. ROCKETS!

Heather's Blog said...

This is Heather Moffeit, Molly Coyne, and Phil Plesek's blog:

Jackie said...

Here are the links to our blogs, as well as our website.


Our project website:

Amy said...

This is Amy Miller and here is my permission to blog letter. A word doc can be downloaded at my blog at

Dear parent or guardian:

In my classroom I am going to have a blog set up for you and your child to go to and look at the newsletter that I put up, you will also be able to look at photos of the students and what we are doing in the classroom, and you will be able to talk to other parents or ask me questions and I will reply to them.

A blog is a special type of web page that can be created and easily updated using a web browser. Each entry has its own date stamp. Each entry has a comments section where visitors to the blog may leave comments for me or the students.

How it works

I will post a newsletter when we change units, which will be about every couple of weeks at the most. I will also post pictures of the students at work in the class or when we take field trips. I encourage you to read the newsletters and look at the photos, or whatever else I post, with your child and they can tell you about the pictures or more about what we are doing in the classroom. It is a good way to get everyone talking and informed.


This blog is designed to minimize risk to your child. The only personally identifying information included in the blog will be their first name. There will be no mention of our school name or our location. The only people that are able to look at the blog will be those who are invited by email.


Before your child may use or look at the blog, I am asking for you and your child to discuss and sign the following form. Please return the form to me. But since this blog is mainly for the parents/guardians the students will not be doing much or at all of any blogging. The students are expected to use the blog appropriately and to make sure that no identifying information is posted.

Blogging Terms and Conditions

1. Students who are using blogs are expected to act safely by keeping personal information out of their posts. You agree to not post or give out your family name, password, user name, e-mail address, home address, school name, city, country or other information that could help someone locate or contact you in person. You may share your interests, ideas, questions and answers and preferences.

2. Students using blogs agree to not share their user name or password with anyone besides their teacher and parents. You agree to never log in as another student.

3. Students or parents using blogs are expected to treat blogspaces as classroom spaces. Speech that is inappropriate for class is not appropriate for the blog. While I encourage you to engage in debate and/or conversation with other bloggers, I also expect that you will conduct yourself in a manner reflective of a representative of this school.

4. This blog is a vehicle for sharing about our classroom and what we are doing. Most visitors to the blog who leave comments should leave respectful, helpful messages. If a comment is inappropriate or rude, you will be blocked from seeing the blog anymore.

5. Parents or students who do not abide by these terms and conditions may lose their opportunity to take part in this blog.

I have read and understood these blogging terms and conditions. I agree to uphold them.

Student signature: ________________________________ Date: ________________

Parent’s signature: ________________________________ Date: _______________

Check here if you do not wish for your child’s picture to be posted to the blog.

Pleasantly Plump said...

Did we compile a list of video games that each person was going to do? And if our game is not currently on a PC platform but has a PC version can we use it? I was just going to bring in my x-box 360 and hook it up to the projector.

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Julie said...

Julie's spot is here. The site is established but not "in use" for the classroom yet. We use a different site that I do not have permission to access away from school.

EAudet said...

FINAL PROJECT: The link below is to my school webpage, where the link to my final project is. :) The survey to evaluate my project is the "Student/Parent Survey" link at the bottom of the page.

Climate Change Homepage

Amanda L. said...

Ok, so i know how to link now, thanks Varia! Here's my blog, from it you can go to a homepage where I have my syllabus and permission to blog letter.
My Blog

Cherie, MinHo said...

Cherie Johnsen's & MinHo Joo's WebQuest titled London's Killer Fogs link is

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Brenda said...

Please visit Brenda and Trisha's Learning Space at

Please visit the Sea creatures page then you will need to take the Parent survey on the right hand side of the home page. Thank you!

Jackie said...

Our official and completed website is:

You will find links to both Amy's and my blog on our website.


Mr. Drewry said...

Here is the blog site/learning environment for Josh D. Keep in mind that this is a role-play design. I am also requiring students to create their own blogs and use tools on their own.

Jeremy Koziol said...

Here is Jeremy Koziol's rocket science project webspace. Click it!

Amanda L. said...

Here is Amanda and Julie's Teacher Created Learning Space. Check out our fantasy baseball project designed for a high school marketing class!

Fantasy Baseball

Mrs. Roshon said...

Varaia Roshon's Physical Science Environment

Jenn Goodin said...
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Jenn Goodin said...

Here is the link to my website, I posted my comment but forgot the link... oops :-)
Please take a look and tell me what you think. There is an evaluation on the last page next to my contact info. Thanks Jenn :-)

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hello, this is Clair and Ivy's site. our homepage:

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