C4K 3 Video
He did a video about mighty mariners.
I watched his movie. I thought it was good work, considering how young he is. I encouraged him to keep up the good work.
I am kicking my self in the rear for not doing the summary while completing the assignments. As I returned to write my summary of the comments for kids project, I was unable to find my C4K. Oops. Lesson learned: do your summaries as you go.
The student lists some of the key elements they have learned throughout their own journey.
The process of learning things has taught me more about the world, people, and myself than any lecture has ever done. A population without this rite is at a great disservice, because if the youth don’t learn about these important aspects of their lives before they are brainwashed by the thinking’s of their society then when will they learn? They go on to talk about women in the Middle-East, and the rights they obtain as women. It was captivating, and I recommend you read the entire article for yourself. (Link above)
Here is my comment to the student's post:
I am an EDM310 student at the University of South Alabama. How very right you are. It is sad to see how women, although they are taught no differently, expect to have their lives controlled by another person. Thankfully, that is not the case in America. I enjoyed reading what you had to say, and I never thought of applying the quote "Life is a journey, not a destination" to education. But I am glad you did. I may just view my own education experience differently now. Keep on blogging!
This particular student had just begun her blog. She shared how she thought blogging was fun and encouraged her readers to leave comments. I told her to keep up the good work, and that she was off to a good start.
This post is an explanation on how to download a Slideshare document. They incorporated many screen shots. I commented on how I think screen shots are extremely helpful. For me, it is more likely that I will remember a picture rather instead of a a set of written instructions.
This student was a high school student who posted a picture of the USS Alabama tapestry that he had created. I had attempted to comment on how I thought it looked great, but apparently my brain thinks faster than my fingers can move, and I sort of chopped that sentence up. I shared my own experience of my own project.