At least two of the participants had their own web sites
Scott Merrick and Sue Olsen -- prior to Summercore. A few
others registered with
geocities during Summercore.
Here are a few of the projects done in preparation for the carnival. After the carnival
everyone crossed the finish line and we took a digital
graduation picture. at 12:33 PM.
- Bill Wade Webquest Highlights: Religion and Hello
- Lorraine Montgomery Webquest Highlights:
Character Education in Lower School
- Sue Greene Webquest Highlights: Secondary English
- HTML Survey by Brenda Parker, Ernest
Billingy and Sandy Cann
- Powerpoint Presentation on how to use
Powerpoint by Steve Richey and Scott Merrick. Scott also wanted others to have an easy link to
to the Profiler page that could be to used to create a graphical profile of faculty skills.
click on above picture to see the ClarisWorks Publication -- sample of the actual
printed document -- by MerryMurray Meade, Sue Olsen and Fran Stillman; note that
bugs sometimes arise in the HTML code when you save a complicated document as
HTML and therefore publication and web page are not exactly the same
Below are the pictures that Diane and Colleen will judge. The assignment was
to draw a picture
with HyperStudio that dealt with the theme of "Summer Vacation." No clip-art was
allowed. Here is a note that we got from Colleen Powers who is clearly ready and
waiting to see the pictures!
Colleen Powers-vis writes: Tuesday, July 20th, 9:52 AM
We began a new video conference yesterday, and it was great meeting people from
all over the country!
I even started up the large computer, and accessed MEETING POINT, and dialed
Nobles on my own.
Although I had seen it done while watching Diane the few times, I had never tried
it alone, and was amazed when it actually worked out all right. (I wonder if the
Wright Brothers felt that way when their plane took off, and didn't crash?)
Although I realize that a lot of work went into the whole thing, before I could
tentatively try to use the the video conferencing equipment, sometimes taking
"baby steps" is the way that mostly everyone begins. No... I did know somebody
that probably "hit the ground running immediately" but he kept on running, and I
don't know what had become of him. Anyway, I hope that everyone enjoys their
"learning vacation" (if that's what I should call it).
see y'all later today Colleen
- Adria and Karen
- Bill and Diane
- Brenda and Sandy
- Derrel and Steve
- Fran and Dick
- Heather and MerryMurray
- James and Sue
- Kelly and Sue
- Lynda and Ginger
- Patricia and Dan
- Sabrina and Li-Lin
- Scott and Erika
- Shelly and Ernest
- Wendy and Lorraine