You often hear me say this to you in class....."Good to great!" What does that mean to you and how can you do this in the 3rd quarter? For this week's blog topic I want you to tell me what "good to great" means to you and give me three examples on how you can do this in the 3rd quarter.
Now that we've had a full week of doing the morning announcements, what do you think about them so far? I think we're doing a decent job on them but we do have a ways to go before we can say, "We got this." What are three things you can do to make sure that they are the best they can be? Think about that for a minute and then either write or do a vlog about it. I'm looking forward to seeing your responses.
Welcome back to school everyone! I hope you all had a wonderful Christmas and a very Happy New Year. It was really nice to have a few weeks off to get away from school and all of the CKTV stuff that we need to do. With us taking over the announcing of the morning announcements, we'll have even more to do. I know some of you are nervous about being an announcer but I really feel doing that every so many weeks will really help all of you. Don't be afraid to try new things!
For your blog topic for this week, I'd like you to think back on how the first half of the year went. Go and look at your goals you set for yourself at the start of the 2nd quarter. Did you reach them? Why or why not? Be sure to explain why you feel you reached them or failed to reach them. Remember that it's ok to fail. You can learn a lot from failing. Then set some new goals (3) for the new quarter.
As for how many blogs you have to do each week, let's discuss that in class today. I created the morning announcement schedule and you only have to announce once every 6 weeks so it's not like doing the scripts will add that much to your work but let's talk about it.
I currently teach Advanced Media Production, Beginning Media Production, the Yearbook Class, two Intro to Computing - iPad Classes, and I am also the school's technology coordinator. You can say I wear many hats here at CKMS!