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Case Against the Zero: Fair or Not?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Jack Raines Dec 6, 2009. 4 Replies


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I am a social studies teacher at a small alternative high school in western Nebraska. I teach both f2f and online. Moodle is our LMS. I am truly passionate about my content as well as preparing students for the 21st century. It can be quite the balancing act! My favorite tools are Skype, GoogleDocs, VoiceThread, Twitter, and Diigo. I am also the founder of the Send a Newbie to ISTE project. See my blog for more information.

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Wanted: Science Teacher

Posted on June 17, 2012 at 9:00pm 0 Comments

The add on the service unit website reads "ESU #13 is taking applications for a certified science instructor for the VALTS and NEVA programs, which are housed on the campus of WNCC in Scottsbluff." Very simple and basic and does not even come close to describing this incredibly unique position! This position is awesome! If you know me you have probably heard me say that I have one of the most fantastic jobs in education. Since this position is in an alternative school in rural Nebraska I…


Moving Beyond the Tools:

Posted on August 12, 2010 at 8:00am 2 Comments

This is also cross-posted on Speed of Creativity

My name is Beth Still and my blog is Nebraska Change Agent. I was honored when Wes invited me to guest blog during his absence. This post is cross-listed on my…


Administrator Position in Western Nebraska

Posted on March 22, 2010 at 10:01pm 0 Comments

Time is running out!!! This position closes on Friday.

ESU13, a service unit in western Nebraska, is seeking to fill the position of high school principal for their alternative education program. This is a truly unique…


Looking for a Rising Star Administrator

Posted on March 7, 2010 at 12:37am 0 Comments

Earlier this evening I wrote an incredibly long post in which I described in detail the administrator position that is expected to be advertised for very soon. I’m going to paraphrase that post those of

you who are willing to help me out by cross-posting on your blog can do

so without taking up too much space. People who want to read more can

track back to the original post.Please feel free to copy and paste this

summary on your blog.…


Need Help!!!! Send a Newbie to NECC Project

Posted on April 9, 2009 at 3:30pm 0 Comments

I am a firm believer in the power of my personal learning network (PLN). All of the things I have learned this year have come from educators around the globe who are part of my PLN in various Nings, Twitter, or other networking locations. I recently launched a project to test the power of this global community. The focus of this project is social studies teacher and edublogger, Richard Byrne. If you want to read more about this project, please see… Continue

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At 3:19pm on May 5, 2010, Jenny Luca said…
Sorry for my late reply Beth. I will be at the ISTE Conference. I'm looking forward to seeing you again. Now what culinary delights are there in Denver that we need to try out??
At 6:22pm on April 16, 2010, Deven Black said…
Nice photos of Educon and associated events. I lost that blue raincoat I am wearing in the picture from our subway ride downtown at Philadelphia's Penn Station where, while waiting a couple of hours for my train, I stopped and had one very large relatively high alcohol German beer. I apparently left the coat behind as I staggered toward the track gate. One more lesson from Educon...
At 2:05pm on April 16, 2010, Deven Black said…
I've been okay but very, very busy. I've gotten involved in the school's software purchasing and planning for next year, plus I've become (by default) the go-to guy for tech help, training and advice.

I also have a life, or so I am told.

How are you?
At 11:31am on April 16, 2010, Louise Knoedler said…
Thanks for our class today!
At 2:56pm on September 17, 2009, Ann E Darling said…
oh jeez my bad! I have a new blackberry and have been trying to learn how to tweet, transfer contacts etc. I really did it to myself this semester... I am teaching 1 dual credit course and 2 evening courses, design fundamentals and elem. art methods for wncc. In addition taking a class in technology leadership from unk online. I will have a complete online course in graphic design next semester, and web/CT is eating my lunch. I much prefer moodle and I am using nings for 2 of my classes with much success.. we love them!
At 8:25pm on July 20, 2009, Donelle said…
Fabulous idea to create a group here. I love having stuff in one place. Joined the group and commented on the forum. Nice job!!
At 3:52am on March 19, 2009, Cameron Brown said…
Hi Beth,
I'm new to online teaching. I have been using WizIq to conduct live classes outside of my normal f2f class time. I was wondering about the teaching model you use. Do you conduct live online classes? Do you use Elluminate? Is the curriculum you use in your online classes the same as the one you use in your f2f teaching?
At 9:05pm on October 9, 2008, Govinda Prasad Panthy said…
Hi Beth, I'm a friend of Mobbsey, I'm a school teacher from Nepal. Irun a school for poor family children. I want to share ideas and know better ideas how i can help students carry on their studies. Most of the girl children leave school in the middle. there's very bad dropout rate every year. I'm worried for that.
At 8:32pm on September 17, 2008, Kirk Begley said…
Beth showing Vicki what little I know!
At 5:04am on August 15, 2008, Mobbsey said…

I was just browsing through the discussion about obstacles facing online learning/educators and noticed you're looking for some sort of hookup with students from elsewhere.

I'm a secondary (Year 10 - so 15 year olds) English teacher and have my class making regular blog posts that aren't necessarily curriculum related (they can write about anything, the goal is to encourage them to express themselves).

I'm certainly interested in at least talking about possibly connections - not sure how we can figure it all out, but am sure we could nut something out!



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