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Was surprised to see you all still here...Somehow my computer put this list
not in my inbox, sure I set it up that way years age.
I am not sure if any remember me, I taught at St. Julie' and all of you helped
me each year when I pulled out MicroWorlds.
I loved what little I could introduce kids to. I don't know a lot
about MicroWorlds and you all stepped in and helped my kids.
I retired 4 years ago (St. Julie School closed)
I missed teaching kids quite a bit, and little by little I have added to the
technology at St. Joe's School. This year the principal agreed to an
after school Logo Class, so once more I need help.
This class is totally student driven. They want to do things and I try to
remember how! They each create their own projects and right now they are
looking at working together to create something to show the principal.
I try to introduce them to as many ideas as I can.... YOUR Ninj is always a
great hit, though no one wants to draw that many shapes.
I am so thrilled to find you still email ideas and I could use help trying
to figure out a program I saw online.....
I know my students would love to know how to make a turtle move using the
mouse as in this project. Also a counter that goes up catching a banana and
down catching the ball. ( I don't remember how to make any counter)
I hope you are still there and willing to still help us learn how to
write these procedures.
We met each Thursday and as always I have trouble making them leave. We
have met for 12 weeks so far, but two kids came late, and I feel I am loosing
them because they feel they don't know as much as the other kids. I
think if I could show them how to program this project I will hook them and
show them there is no being behind. Microworlds just takes work.
Thank you for your time and any help,
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