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Yes because it updates me on what i missed in class and anything i didnt have the chance to jot down on the assignments needed to be done. I dont think i would change much at first i wasnt comfortable with everyone being able to read my post but it turned out to be for a good purpose because it gave you the chance to see others opinions.
yes it was helpfull keep in contact whit the teacher if we have any questions and know about the h.w in time.
yes it was convinient for class informal writing
yes i did very helpful made me work harder because i was afraid of what others might say about my writing so it made me think more critically which is good.
yes i did because im always on facebook and having something educational to do on ity was a great experience
In the start of the course i completely hated the idea of Facebook but towards the end i learned to like it however, i think that people should comment more each others posts and and a discussion in class.
IT WAS GOOD. I THINK ITS A GOOD IDEA OF YOU, BECAUSE MANY PEOPLE SPEND A LOT OF TIME ON FACEBOOK AND USING FOR THE CLASS GET THEM TO DO THE HWS AND OTHER CLASS WORK WHILE CHATTING.
yes, it gives me a lot of informations. also i can see my classmates feedback inside so that i can learn from my classmate and develope my idea in my artical.
yes, it was easy to compare and contrast with other class mates.
i found it helpful because it was a easy way to get the articles and other news about the class more directly.
yes , and this very smart idea to do the homework . becasue almost everyone of this class spent many times on facebook .so while i was chatting i was doing the homework
our use of a class facebook page is helpful because we can share the idea.
Yes, it is more easy to learn something from other students. It is really helpful for me.
It is very much heplfull. The reason is, I did not have to be worry about submitt my work in ontime.
yes, I was able to review other classmate work.
This was helpful for the fact we were able to read each others work. This is a good idea but maybe facebook shouldn't be it because not many of us have facebook.
yes, it helped me keep up with assignments.
I didn't see much use to it, I would prefer all the online writings to be done in class. It does however offer a new learning experience, something different to students which is always a good thing.
Yes its helpful, because if you missed class you could go on the facebook page and see what homework you have for next class and what you missed.
yes i did its a good way to see each others thoughts and to compare and very easy to access
yes! it's very simple and you can share your ideas and get new interesting ideas from some one else.
Because i could learn and get ideas from other people's comment
This exercise has been a fun and challenging way to work together. We haven't managed to meet face to face, but managed to email each other several times to complete our task.
Rebekah's cool thing is that her blog has homework descriptions right there, so students do not need to go to blackboard for details. We also like that she posted her mid-semester survey on her blog. Nozomi’s did gave her mid-semester survey in her class because her students are not tech-savvy and made it in a manner that the class can finish it in a minute. Overall, we were pleased that the three of us always prefer a student-centered approach like me.
Nozomi's cool things are the way she mixes the use of ePortfolio (ePortfolio is required for Art and Design majors) and blogger. This exchange allows her students to exchange digital images on each other's course blogs. Nozomi also asked students to do an optional museum visit and in return students began posting about their visits—all thanks to the new online exchange--blogger! Nozomi finds blogging as another platform for students to communicate with her. Nozomi was able to respond to their requests for assistance, though the downside was that some students did not reply back to her outreach posts afterwards.
Ingrid's cool thing is that she posts mathematical problems on her MathLaGCCBlog. I have never seen that before, and I think that students would find problems posted on a blog rather than in a book or on a blackboard are different and interesting, and more engaging. In addition, there is information about online tutoring and an invitation to ask questions on the blog, encouraging students to use online services to learn more.
It comes as no surprise that posting homework assignments on our blogs is a pretty darn cool idea. It provides us with freedom and efficiency to send our students straight to the task without having to worry about Blackboard’s wonky ways and high traffic during midterms and finals.