Karen Richardson
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Are We Really Friends?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Hans Feldmeier Jun 23, 2007. 3 Replies

 

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The Trouble With Kids These Days

Posted on June 7, 2007 at 9:33am 3 Comments

In his comment to my post about calculator use, Robb Ponton included some links to YouTube videos on this very subject. (Thanks, Robb!) One of these--Math Education: An Inconvenient Truth--featured M.J. McDermott, a meteorologist for a news station in Seattle, criticizing the reform math… Continue

Do We Really Need to Learn to Carry the One?

Posted on June 3, 2007 at 11:04am 4 Comments

I've been writing this post in my head all week and was going to post it to In Another Place, my other blog, but it seems a good way to get started at Classroom 2.0. Twice this past week, I heard two different people make essentially the same statement: the rise in the use of calculators has contributed to the deterioration of math skills in students. Because they can just punch in the numbers, they reason, they aren't really learning to do… Continue

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At 10:56am on February 13, 2010, Jeffrey said…
Hey Professor Richardson I have enjoyed Tech class so far. Keep the education coming
At 1:21pm on February 3, 2010, Jeffrey said…
Welcome anytime
At 8:15pm on October 2, 2009, Cassandra Surles said…
As a newbie to the field of education and social networking, your blog gave me something to think about as I begin my journey in teaching in the 21st century.
At 8:25am on July 9, 2008, Tim Owens said…
Great to see fellow Virginians on here. I've enjoyed reading your blog.
At 8:30pm on July 5, 2008, Lani said…
Hey Karen!
Just wanted to let you know that Sandy Adams and I (we both attended your workshop on Digital Storytelling for VBCPS this spring) collaborated on several projects as a result of your course. Her reading students created these wonderful MovieMaker pieces on "illustrating" vocabulary terms. We also used Tech4Learning's Frames software to create animated "stories" on cause and effect. The kids were so creative! Thanks so much!
At 9:57am on March 15, 2008, Joani Sotherden said…
Hi Karen,

Hello from Roanoke County.

Joani
At 1:04pm on August 28, 2007, Andrew Pass said…
Karen, We should really talk. A professor of mine once said that if doctoral students were smart they'd find ways to collaborate on dissertations. I'm looking at social studies teachers. But the lit. reviews will be very similar.

If you want you can send me your contact information to ap at pass-ed dot com.
At 2:51pm on June 23, 2007, Hans Feldmeier said…
Hi Karen,
greetings from good old Germany.
I just added some words as to your discussion about becoming friends.
Please consider to join my group DigiSkills (digital teaching methods) on Classroom 2.0 as well.
Hans
At 7:52pm on June 17, 2007, Bill Dotson said…
This picture's a little old isn't it?
At 11:28pm on June 16, 2007, Robert Ponton said…
HI Karen,
Looking forward to trying to keep up with you over the summer. Maybe Ning will help!

Thanks,

robb
 
 
 

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