Take a look around the whole Ning (at your page, other people's posts, my comments and assignments, etc.) and write a response to Ning 15 that explainsNotice that only one question asks about the tool itself (#5). That's because, as I said in a comment to Marianne's earlier post, I'm less interested in the tool than in understanding how the tool has helped my students learn or not.
1) one assignment that was fun to do and why
2) one assignment that made you learn something about something (what are those "somethings"?)
3) one assignment that you did not care for (why?)
4) one kind of assignment or task that we did NOT do that you either did on your own (say, customizing your page, adding a discussion), or an assignment you would have liked to have done, or a TYPE of assignment you would have liked to have done more of
5) whether, overall, you think the Ning was a useful tool to learn about Shakespeare (in what ways?)
6) Lastly, what were YOUR three very best Ning entries and why do you consider them the best? (this last answer will count toward your overall Ning grade, so give it some thought).
BTW, this is not a reflection on the whole course, but just on the work we did in the Ning. The reflection on the course is separate.