Ashley Weber
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  • Gardner, KS
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Schoology - is it worth the time?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Ashley Weber Sep 6, 2011. 6 Replies

A co-worker recently showed me the educational networking site schoology.com.  I think it could be really useful and easy for students to navigate as it is in a format similar to facebook.  It is…Continue

 

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Ashley Weber replied to Christine Southard's discussion The Inclusion Revolution - Technology in Special Education - Introduce Yourself in the group The Inclusion Revolution - Technology in Special Education
"Hello all, I'm a 7th grade teacher in a small suburb in Kansas.  I teach 2 classes that include special education students and see several of the same kids two other times in the day.  I think its important that they have time in the…"
Oct 5, 2011
Leon Avrech left a comment for Ashley Weber
"By the way I can be reached at my email: legendleon@att.net if you have any questions about my book as I previously mentioned. For a signed copy: Classroom. P.O. BOX 36036 San Jose, CA 95158"
Oct 4, 2011
Leon Avrech left a comment for Ashley Weber
"Hi Ashley. My name is Leon Avrech in San Jose Calif. I am a retired middle school teacher, mentor teacher, vp, and principal. I was in middle school for 37 yrs teaching 8th grade US History and principal for 15 years. I am passionate about helping…"
Oct 4, 2011
Ashley Weber commented on Mark A. Corey's group IPad in Education
"Mark, You mentioned your school is in the midst of a 1:1 ratio with iPads, just curious how your building was able to get access to so many; grant, bond issue, etc.?  Looks like there is some great info being shared - hoping to add to things…"
Oct 3, 2011
Ashley Weber liked Ashley Weber's discussion Schoology - is it worth the time?
Sep 13, 2011
Ashley Weber replied to Ashley Weber's discussion Schoology - is it worth the time?
"Thanks everyone!  I really appreciate the feedback/ideas!"
Sep 6, 2011
Keith Schoch replied to Ashley Weber's discussion Schoology - is it worth the time?
"Just want to let Dave know that his class can use it for free; districts have the option of purchasing so that they can have greater control.   FYI haven't used this yet myself, but I've got it linked on our wiki and we may have a go…"
Sep 5, 2011
hartman.susan4 replied to Ashley Weber's discussion Schoology - is it worth the time?
"I used this site all last year with much success.  This year several other teachers have signed on- at the students' request. I used it to post all assignments (with worksheets so there are no more lost/forgotten paper excuses).  THe…"
Sep 5, 2011
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Sep 5, 2011
Dave Craig replied to Ashley Weber's discussion Schoology - is it worth the time?
"I agree that Google offers so much more than Schoology, but where I work Google accounts are not an option for my young 4th graders. In fact, Google Docs is blocked and only I as an educator can unblock it. I am hopeful that this will change at some…"
Sep 5, 2011
Dave Craig replied to Ashley Weber's discussion Schoology - is it worth the time?
"I have used it and really enjoyed my experience. My district purchased it and I was able to implement for the 2010-11 school year. I don't know if I will have the same opportunity for this school year because nobody has let me know whether…"
Sep 5, 2011
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Sep 5, 2011
Garrison Daily replied to Ashley Weber's discussion Schoology - is it worth the time?
"Ashley, Schoology is interesting. Thanks for sharing. I understand your desire to have assignments accessible to all. Mine have been totally online for years, now. It looks like schoology would work well and has the familiar interface that kids…"
Sep 4, 2011
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Schoology - is it worth the time?

A co-worker recently showed me the educational networking site schoology.com.  I think it could be really useful and easy for students to navigate as it is in a format similar to facebook.  It is secure as students with passwords are the only ones able to access the pages and activities and they removed the messaging option to avoid inappropriate student contact - the teacher can see all activity.  Has anyone had success using this site?  Problems with the site?  I'd like to put things like…See More
Sep 2, 2011
Ashley Weber replied to Kelley Irish's discussion Anything out there similar to Brain Pop?
"Would it be possible for your building to buy an account and allow students to use the teacher account? "
Sep 2, 2011
Ashley Weber replied to Steve Hargadon's discussion Introductions
"Hello everyone.  Ashley Weber, 7th grade Social Studies teacher from Gardner, KS - we're a small suburb of the KC metro.  Have used Ning with my students before and am excited to check out all of the great things here!"
Sep 2, 2011

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At 5:51pm on October 4, 2011, Leon Avrech said…
By the way I can be reached at my email: legendleon@att.net if you have any questions about my book as I previously mentioned. For a signed copy: Classroom. P.O. BOX 36036 San Jose, CA 95158
At 5:47pm on October 4, 2011, Leon Avrech said…

Hi Ashley. My name is Leon Avrech in San Jose Calif. I am a retired middle school teacher, mentor teacher, vp, and principal. I was in middle school for 37 yrs teaching 8th grade US History and principal for 15 years. I am passionate about helping new teachers. I have written a book, "THINK YOU CAN TEACH? A SURVIVAL GUIDE FOR NEW MIDDLE SCHOOL TEACHERS". It is available for $10. from amazon.com, ebooks, barnesandnoble.com and xlibris.com Please tell your colleagues and those reading this post,to let new teachers and those planning to teach about my book. And yes, I miss it very much. Teaching can be fun as you know. I want other teachers to be successful. Topics include classroom management, lesson plans, parents night, evaluations, yard duty and more. Thank you and the rest of you lucky people. I retired at 62.

 
 
 

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