Matt Christensen
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School / Work Affiliation
Brandon Valley High School
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http://scholarlynx.blogspot.com
Website
http://mc053.k12.sd.us
About Me
I teach Applied English and College Bound English, classes for seniors. I am also an MA student in Literature at the University of South Dakota. Soon, I'll be teaching a blogging class to other teachers in our district, though I'm really a novice compared to many of you.

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At 1:43am on March 13, 2009, Faiza Khan said…
Hi Matt, I would like to invite you to visit my vocabulary building website www.WordAhead.com for middle and high school students. Here you will find short and fun vocabulary videos. Kids enjoy watching these and learn new words quite effortlessly! Thanks!
At 1:54pm on January 21, 2009, Laura Veglahn said…
Greetings Matt:
Here we go! A new semester is starting here 1/27. That means I have a new batch of students. Again, seniors might be easy for collaboration based on maturity. However, I have two frosh sections as well.
Thoughts about how we can connect? What would be easiest (apparently that is my theme for my 1st year in high school!).
Let's make SOMETHING happen?!?
At 9:08am on January 2, 2009, Jack said…
Hi Matt!

Happy New Year! I was wondering if you, your educator contacts or students would be interested in participating in a nationwide Vocab Video Contest @ MIT university. We'd really like to get more students involved from South Dakota!

You can view contest details at BrainyFlix.com Please let me know. Thanks!
At 10:42am on July 1, 2008, Mike said…
Thanks for the nice words. I see you're teaching a class on blogging. Though I haven't looked very hard, there doesn't seem to be a lot of empirical research on blogging - just a lot of opinions. I agree that it is a great tool for the classroom, but haven't heard of any great studies on it. Have you found any good sources/studies?
At 9:20am on June 30, 2008, Mike said…
Sketchcast is a great tool to record what you're writing/drawing. Here's an example. It's easy to embed your sketchcasts and you can voice along with it. There are a bunch more that I've posted on my classroom blog. A similar app is sketchfu, but the site seems to be down a lot. Both work best with a sketchpad.
At 11:01am on June 16, 2008, Gerald Ardito said…
Matt,

You are very kind (and funny).

Gerald
At 4:07am on June 16, 2008, Gerald Ardito said…
Matt,

When you got to You Tube or TeacherTube and select a video, you will see am "embed code." Copy this and then paste it onto your Blogspot page.

When you are working on a post in Blogspot, you select the "HTML" option, then paste in the code.

Let me know if you have any other questions.
Gerald
At 4:05am on June 16, 2008, Gerald Ardito said…
Matt,

When you choose a story from the On the Media site, you are given a bunch of options (listen, download, for example). One of them is "Embed HTML." When you click on it, you get a snippet of code which you paste into you website (blog in my case) when editing it.

Have fun. It's cool.
Gerald
At 5:55pm on June 13, 2008, Gerald Ardito said…
I can't imagine teaching well without also being a student.
At 3:39pm on May 23, 2008, Kevin said…
Welcome from Pennsylvania.
 
 
 

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