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Examples of K-12 Class Nings


English

Languages Other Than English

Mathematics

Science

Social Studies

Other

And, while it’s not K-12, Jackie Gerstein‘s Diversity and Education network is certainly worth checking out, as is author James Patterson‘s ReadKiddoRead.

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For more information on using Ning Networks in the classroom try the following resources:

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  1. 08/27/2009 at 1:04 pm

    Here are a few for science… all from Benton High School in St. Joseph, Missouri:

    -Marine Biology – http://stjoeh2o.ning.com
    -Principles of Biology – http://mwsu-bio101.ning.com
    -Zoology – http://nashzoology.ning.com

    Thanks for compiling.
    😉

    Sean

  2. Ben
    09/28/2009 at 11:18 am

    I am writing a syllabus for a social networking class for my high school. I have found a lot of materials but I am wondering what people are thinking on this subject. Does anyone know where to look? Any examples from people who have pulled this off?

    • Angela Cunningham
      10/25/2009 at 12:42 pm

      We don’t offer any social networking classes in my high school, but we use social networking in the classes I teach (grade 9 social studies). What exactly are you looking for?

  3. 10/24/2009 at 6:10 am

    Hey! Thanks for including our school newspaper/media club Ning in your blog post! My kids will be so happy! We LOVE the Ning platform! We presented at NECC last year – here’s a wiki I built with more information including an Animoto ‘trailer’ and some presentations: http://tbirdtimes.wikispaces.com/. Thanks again! -kj-

    • Angela Cunningham
      10/25/2009 at 12:45 pm

      Thank you for taking the time to comment. You have made me, a relatively new blogger, very happy. And I agree…the Ning platform is excellent for education. I hope that it remains open in my District. As a matter of fact, that’s why I started creating the list…as a showcase for all of the ways it can be used to deepen content understanding. ~Angela

  4. Rachel
    10/25/2009 at 10:20 am

    What about K-5 examples? These seem to all be middle and high school examples.

    • Angela Cunningham
      10/25/2009 at 10:50 am

      Because Ning limits its users to those 13 and over, I have yet to find any K-5 examples. I am hoping to run across some elementary school teachers who are using a Ning as a class website (Please share if you know of any). Until then, my examples are limited to middle and high school. Sorry.

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