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 Welcome! 

This project we will be creating a wiki about the website, CELLBLOCK, which can be accessed below:

http://cellblock.com/home.htm


Click this link to go back to the Home Page:

Cellblock

This is a list of our group members and emails:

Jill Riley              riley0@purdue.edu         skype: jill.riley89
Dom Dagata        ddagata@purdue.edu  
Katie Conrad       conradkm@purdue.edu
Joe O'Neill           oneillj@purdue.edu
Emily Kling          ekling@purdue.edu
Molly McHugh     mmchugh@purdue.edu
Brittany Skees    bskees@purdue.edu
Rachel Ybarra     rybarra@purdue.edu
Son, Jihyeon       bellejihyun@naver.com    skype: bellejihyeon
Shin, Mijin          ssmj0103@hanmail.net    skype: cool_mijin 
Yoon, Naree       clicknari@hanmail.net
Jeong, Inyoung   inyoungjeoung@ewhain.net

Roles and Responsibilities

Researchers:  -analyze and synthesize the Web 2.0 Product Information, -Research everything about the application, how it works, how it could be used in education, how it has been used in other settings, etc.

Brittany Skees, Joe O’Neill

Instructional Designers:  -outline the goals of the project and they set up the key instructional actvities for the WIKI chapter and showcase, -design key pieces for the full project-- what is to be included, how many examples, how to structure graphics, use of video, etc.

Rachel Ybarra

**Could use more volunteers for this section

Writers:  -actually write the major portion of the chapter, -use material given to the from the researchers, -work closely with the researchers and designers to make sure everything possible is covered in an understandable manner.

Katie Conrad

Shin, Mijin

Evaluators:  -Those who will look over the written work and make all kinds of suggestions, -in charge of evaluating the performance of other groups in the showcase, -Report via written evaluations about what has been accomplished, what worked, what could be improved, what those improvements could possibly be, etc.

Emily Kling, Dom Dagata

Marketing:  - Determine how to best 'sell' the product for the showcase, -how to get attention both for the WIKI and the showcase presentation

Molly McHugh

Connectors:  -those that search out how to make the project better, -connect directly with the creator(s) of application, get them involved, -brainstorm constantly about educational application, -find unique/informative/productive ways to show it could be used, -thing about this as a competition: how will you get individuals to pay attention to your application? -use of marketing strategies, -figure out ways to have your group work and be viewed as a cohesive group, -work constantly on the WIKI discussion area, -learn to communicate freely on the board and then integrate your work within the WIKI.

**Still need more volunteers to help with this section

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  1. Oh thanks for making communication room of international partner. I saw that every purdue students has each role. Although any korean students did not participate in skype online meeting(sorry for this but...), I think we should help you guys in any ways. I knew that each wiki webcontent site has a section of international usage or something like that. So, we can analyze cellblock and discuss how to apply education in internation. But in my opinion, this work would be next thing of your works. So, I want to know schdule which shows us how to process cellblock works. Weekly schdule or draft schdule of whole project..anything can be good for me. Thanks :)

  2. Unknown User (riley0)

    I've included a brief description of each responsibility.  If IP students could include their name in the section that they wish to help with, you can do so by clicking the 'Edit' button at the top, and typing it in.  Once you decide which section you want to help with, contact the person listed below and they will inform you where they are in the process.  I'm sorry for the confusion! 

  3. Thanks, Jill. Now I can figure out works of cellblock project. Okay, I will help students who need more volunteers.


  4. 10/23 : Jihyeon sent email with posting available time to Jill, Cellblock project manager.

    10/27 : Jill noticed our requirements. Jihyeon sent email for letting Jill know skype account.

    10/31 : Jihyeon posted researching of Cellblock on wiki site.

    11/04: Mijin wrote research about cellblock. Nari sent e-mail to Jill about schedule.

    11/05: Mijin volunteer to writer part, and contacted with Katie to knowing about writer's role.

     Jihyeon posted comments which would make our responsibility on international room of wiki.

    11/10?Nari sent e-mail to Jill that she volunteer to research part.

    11/11 : Jihyeon suggested our works such as analysis, survey to Jill.

    11/12 : Jill asked Jihyeon of willingness to lesson plan. She answered for lesson plan positively and discussed our schedule, online meeting.

    11/13: Mijin contacted with Jill, and Jill suggested writing a lesson plan.

    11/17: Katie send e-mail to Mijin and suggested writing lesson plan for elementary school students about how they could use Cellblock in a global  history classroom

    11/18: Mijin and Nari made up survey questions for korean students

       Jihyeon led Jill know that our five works exactly.

    11/19: Mijin and Nari conducted survey to 20 freshman and 18 sophomore at Ewha.

      Jihyeon said to Jill that we can draw up 3 or 4 of lesson plans, not all of 7.

      Jill suggested writing 4 lesson plan to Mijin.

    11/20: Mijin and Nari made a video that explain how to use cellblock in Korean

    11/22 : Jihyeon drew up lesson plan of elementary global history and wrote a Korean guidance of how to use the

             Cellblock in word format and PDF format.

    11/23: Nari made survey document in english to show the survey to the english people.

           Jihyeon sent email to Jill with attaching files which we worked excepting survey.

    To do until 11/27

    We'll compare Korea web site (similar with cellblock) with Cellblock,

     and find strong points and a weak points of cellblock by comparing.

     therefore, we can bring up some supplements for cellblock.

     

    And we'll finish three lesson plans more, if there are correct information on level and subject of lesson plans.  

    1. you did a good job,Mijin. :)

  5. 10/23 : Jihyeon sent email with posting available time to Jill, Cellblock project manager.

    10/27 : Jill noticed our requirements. Jihyeon sent email for letting Jill know skype account.

    10/31 : Jihyeon posted researching of Cellblock on wiki site.

    11/04: Mijin wrote research about cellblock. Nari sent e-mail to Jill about schedule.

    11/05: Mijin volunteer to writer part, and contacted with Katie to knowing about writer's role.

             Jihyeon posted comments which would make our responsibility on international room of wiki.

    11/10?Nari sent e-mail to Jill that she volunteer to research part.

    11/11 : Jihyeon suggested our works such as analysis, survey to Jill.

    11/12 : Jill asked Jihyeon of willingness to lesson plan. She answered for lesson plan positively and discussed our schedule, online meeting.

    11/13: Mijin contacted with Jill, and Jill suggested writing a lesson plan.

    11/17: Katie send e-mail to Mijin and suggested writing lesson plan for elementary school students about how they could use Cellblock in a global  history                      classroom

    11/18: Mijin and Nari made up survey questions for korean students

             Jihyeon led Jill know that our five works exactly.

    11/19: Mijin and Nari conducted survey to 20 freshman and 18 sophomore at Ewha.

             Jihyeon said to Jill that we can draw up 3 or 4 of lesson plans, not all of 7.

             Jill suggested writing 4 lesson plan to Mijin.

    11/20: Mijin and Nari made a video that explain how to use cellblock in Korean

    11/22 : Jihyeon drew up lesson plan of elementary global history and wrote a Korean guidance of how to use the

              Cellblock in word format and PDF format.

    11/23: Nari made survey document in english to show the survey to the english people.

              Jihyeon sent email to Jill with attaching files which we worked excepting survey.

    To do until 11/27

    We'll compare Korea web site (similar with cellblock) with Cellblock,

     and find strong points and a weak points of cellblock by comparing.

     therefore, we can bring up some supplements for cellblock.

     And we'll finish three lesson plans more, if there are correct information on level and subject of lesson plans.  



     

    1. it's mistake ^^; but how can i delete this comments? T_T please read first comment!!


  6. inyoung's activity ^^

    10/23 inyoung made an login id for ISITE project

    10/24 Inyoung sent an email to Jill Rilley about my role in the group

    10/27 inyoung sent an email to Timothy J

    11/07 Rilley sent an email to inyoung about the project for week

    11/08 Inyoung sent an email to Rilley about the project

    11/11 Inyoung reserched about cellblock

    11/11 cellblock team meeting

    11/13 Inyoung asked to Rilley about the project