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How Our Way of Working Is Changing

Posted on July 18, 2007 at 4:54am 1 Comment

I woke up this morning thinking about how much my way of working and methods of productivity have changed within the past year. I posted these thoughts on a blog post titled "Five Ways My Work Has Changed."

I am curious about how other edubloggers have seen their own work change within the past year. What has changed or is changing for you in your work?

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At 8:40pm on June 24, 2010, Qammar Zaman said…
Hello jani i m here.where r u?
At 8:39pm on June 24, 2010, Qammar Zaman said…
Hi dear h r u? i chat with u.whts it possible
At 7:02am on November 14, 2009, Jeannine Ortiz said…
Hi Stephanie,
Hello from New York! It's a rainy morning, but there's still hope for the sun. Nice to hear from someone in the edublogger world. How has my work changed? well, I think about that all the time. I still work and teach with the same goals in mind, but now I do it with more ease. My students are in constant contact with me. Our reactions to each other are more instantaneous, and our interactions go deeper. I still have to grade papers and prepare lessons, but now that we're paperless, we can do a lot more. I can grade my papers at any time and don't have to worry about them blowing away or getting coffee stained. (I'm not very good with paper). I give more in depth comments on students' work, and they don't have to squint when trying to read my script on their papers. Kids work has more of an audience; it's no longer just me reading their stories. Now they can publish them and get feedback from their peers or publish to other sites.
So, in short, my work has become so much more productive. I still have to read their essays and stories, but now I know that they're not just writing them for me. We can be spontaneous, get more kids engaged, and have more interesting discussions
as we use the internet as a source. I love the way work and school is changing.
Take care.
At 7:29am on July 15, 2007, Russ Lauber said…
Greeting's from Salt Lake in the high desert (104 degrees yesterday...). I see you belong to Darren Draper's Professional Developers Group...he's a good friend, and an absolute genius...
At 7:00am on July 15, 2007, Jeannine Ortiz said…
Hi Stephanie,
Hello from Long Island. I hope you're not boiling over in Houston. We hear you're having a hot summer there. Your job as an instructional leader for educational computing sounds like exactly what I want to do. I am a teacher, but am also in a technology position that I don't have enough time for. I'm hoping they'll eventually see the need for it to be full time. Do you have any teavhing responibilities? building respnsibilities? or is it all just technology? Have a great weekend.
At 8:08pm on July 14, 2007, Roger Pryor said…
Hi Stephanie
Greetings from Australia!
At 3:20pm on July 14, 2007, Rushton Hurley said…
Hi Stephanie,

Thanks for the friend invite! I'm working with a student on some art education videos - if that's of interest to you, please send me a note at rh(at)nextvista(dot).org.

Take care,
At 2:47pm on July 14, 2007, Angeles Berman said…
Hi Stephanie!!!

Have a nice weekend :-)

Hugs from México
At 6:05am on July 11, 2007, Christine Southard said…
Hiya Steph! Greetings from New York. :)

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