Wikis -- Sviola 15:57, 7 March 2009 (EST)
Can anyone edit my final project one I have placed it on my wiki page?
Re: Wikis -- Jz833665 10:34, 8 March 2009 (EDT)
Yes, if you prefer otherwise, we can set that page as "protected." So far no stranger has ever edited our pages. If changes are made, we can always undo those changes through "history."
Re: Wikis -- Sviola 15:08, 10 March 2009 (EDT)
I really like that I've been grouped with the music folks- the flow of the forms has a rhythm so it's a good connection. Your thoughts seem very systematic to me & I like all the work that you've done. If you don't know about Inspiration, check it out for your curriculum map- it's designed for K-12 students so it's not too difficult to learn, and it has a 30 d free trial period. Regarding your earlier question, I'd never edit one of your pages (but the discussion page) without your permission, but just in case I'm saving all my own in Word, as an additional backup. Looking forward to working with you, e.
Portfolio/Lesson Review -- Kristina Lattanzio 07:46, 28 April 2009 (EDT)
The concept of teaching rhythm to younger students is great in combination with Gardner’s Multiple Intelligences. A unit on teaching simple rhythms using quarter and eighth note patterns to students at the earlier grade levels could easily be incorporated with some of the math concepts they are probably learning in the regular classroom. Using the Multiple Intelligences to show how some students combine the use of their musical intelligence with mathematical intelligence helps to establish connections across the curriculum.