Friday, June 10, 2005

Who are we?

OK, I just checked the list of addresses in our mailings. There are currently 24 IDOL students in our group. I would like to request that you post a short message on the blog that describes something recent about what you do with your time.

Be pithy or be verbose, it doesn’t matter. It would be nice, now that the Quarter is wrapping up, to learn more about the students that make up this eclectic bunch.



Blogger Suz said...

I'm Suzanne Stapler. I grew up in the suburbs of Philadelphia and currently live in the suburbs of Northern New Jersey, an hour away from the Big Apple. Education wise, I already have a M.Ed in Elementary Ed. After teaching very briefly, I decided I like working with kids on a one-to-one basis or a very small group that actually wanted to learn what I was teaching.

My final project for this M.Ed. will be a web site on health and nutrition for kids.

In my spare time, I like to read, do healthy cooking, do aerobics, walk, travel, listen to music (60s-2000's).

9:51 AM  
Blogger sheri said...

Hello, this is Sheri Steinke. I live in central Minnesota in a small town. I am looking for work in a larger community, but also working on my Phd in Instructional Design for Online Learning. I have a MA in E-Education and a BS in Management Studies (basically a business-psychology degree. I am a diverse education-oriented and business professional. I have teaching experience in K-12, college and graduate level. I want more actual experience in designing courses. I'd love ideas on a course I'd like to develop on job seeking skills for high school (low-functioning level)students. I would like to develop a course that could be offered online, interactive and could be marketed to high schools as part of their transition services. Anyone like to help? I would need the most help with technology incorporation! I am not from a programming background and don't get to use this good-stuff everyday, so I need someone patient with my ability!

10:19 AM  
Blogger Suz said...

Hi Sheri,

Just a thought off the top of my head -- so many companies complain that employees don't know how to write. With that said, some writing lessons and also job skills like resume writing and searching for employment will be helpful.

I'm not a programmer either, so I can't help you with that issue.


10:26 AM  
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