Sunday, December 13, 2009
I am very excited. I just figured out how to link my google calendars to my website. It was really easy and now when I update my google calendars the updates automatically go to my website! Boy, am I getting very technological this year...wireless tablet, google calendars and my own website.
Saturday, December 12, 2009
I just published my website. I haven't found posting documents onto skyward very user friendly. Attaching worksheets to assignments in the gradebook is fine, but other documents are hard for parents and students to find. So, I decided to make a website for my classes where I can post assignments, worksheets and class notes. I found creating a website on weebly was fairly easy. I was amazed at how much I was able to put on my website in a relatively small amount of time. I am hoping this website will be more user friendly. I can't wait to show the website to my classes on Monday and get their responses to it. Please feel free to check out the website and let me know what you think. Any comment or suggestion is welcome. The website is mrsgordonsmathworld.weebly.com
Friday, December 11, 2009
My twitter name is mgordon719. I actually created my twitter account earlier this fall when I was trying to keep up with the Will County Health Department and their H1N1 vaccine supply. I enjoyed using twitter then, because I could get more up to date information from twitter than I could from the health department's website. I am following the Will County Health Department, Alicia, Kirstin, Doreen and Delicious. I'm not sure how I would use it in a school setting. Any ideas?
Thursday, December 3, 2009
I created my delicious account and added some websites to my bookmarks. I think I am really going to enjoy using delicious. I have bookmarks on my home computer, but like that with delicious I can access my bookmarks from any computer. My delicious username is mgordon719.
Tuesday, December 1, 2009
Monday, November 23, 2009
View the following clip to hear about the role of technolgy in mathematics education. You will hear from the developers of two dynamic mathematic softwares.