Today, our teacher Ann was not in class, because she's on a trip to the US. Therefore, we've been told to write what we have done in today's class on our blog.
So today, Haakon and I wrote about how teachers can record their students during a presentation, or ask them to record at home. We looked into different programs to use, and how it can be done easily for both the teacher, and the students. We believe that recording the students, makes it easier to asses the students after the presentations. We also looked into how the teacher can record themselves, so that the students can access it later.
The whole document became about two pages long, and we will use it in a project the class is working on. I will probably write more about this later!
If you have any thoughts about recording in class(or anything else), please share on the comment section ;)
Thanks for reading!
Tuesday, January 8, 2013
The book has only good reviews, but I chose to read this book mainly because of the historical setting, and my interest for ww2. Hopefully it's as good as the reviews says, and I am looking forward to reading it.
Posted by Ulrik at 10:20 AM
Monday, January 7, 2013
|Hirohito on his white horse, during an army|
When Hirohito became emperor, Japan had already become a great nation, with one of the worlds best economic situations and biggest and most advanced armies. He led the country the same way as those before him, and even though Hirohito had limited powers, he was the head of Japan during the Second World War, which they lost. After the war, he was not sentenced for war crimes, and remained emperor. And it's his reign after the war he is remembered for. Despite his role during the war, he became a symbol of the new Japan, a Japan that rose up from the ash, and became the second largest economy in the world.
Posted by Ulrik at 8:35 PM