We have always had the sweetest students. For that reason, Mrs. Cranford (C) and Mrs. Odom (O) created the blog site, C-O Connections. Intermediate students love to use technology in all subjects. While our class may have been few in numbers, their creativity and imagination was vast. One of their favorite activities for the beginning of the school year was to create their new avatar. We hope that you like them.
Meet Robby Ray (Adrian) Meet Eminem (Brian)
Meet MM (Kristen) Meet Master Yoda (Alex)
Meet Grasshopper Meet Razzle Dazzle
This blog site originated from a combination of 3rd, 4th, and 5th grade students. Technology is integrated in almost everything we do. Recognized as the Web 2.0 pioneers on our intermediate campus, we were the first classroom to create and participate in blogging, and it has been exciting for everyone. We have made friends all over the world!
This blog is all about the children. It is dedicated to their interests and their work. Please give them your feedback. They are very excited about beginning this learning journey.
The 2008-2009 Pioneers
ALLOW US TO INTRODUCE OURSELVES TO YOU:
Well, hello to all who are reading this blog. My name is Mrs. Cranford. I am the “C” in the C-O Connections. This is possibly the most exciting undertaking that our class has accepted this year! When we were first introduced to blogs, I never thought we would actually have a visitor to our site, much less visitors from all over the world. Now we are participants in the Blog Challenge09. Wow! We were so excited that we came up with a t-shirt design, printed it off on transfer paper, and ironed it onto our own shirts. Now we wear them every Thursday to let everyone know that we will be blogging on that day. It is a special day of the week for us. If you are interested in learning more about me, then please visit my personal page.
Welcome to our brand new class blog. My name is Mrs. Odom, and I am the “O” in the C-O Connections. This is a learning experience for all of us, but we are having such fun meeting and blogging with students from all over the world. Thank you for visiting our blog and giving our students your feedback.