NOTE: This is the latest update about a post from December 7th: Hoping To Make a â€œWeb 2.0â€ Difference In A Childâ€™s Life and: Hoping To Make a â€œWeb 2.0â€ Difference In A Childâ€™s Life – Part 2 – about including a student assigned to my class that cannot attend school because of her depleted immune system that we are trying to “Skype” into our classroom.
â€œHurry up and wait,â€ seems to be the theme here. I got a message from AT&T last Monday that the phone line and DSL service they are installing would be in her apartment by this past Thursday, so Friday I would be able to install everything finally. Unfortunately, Friday I was busy until 10:00pm and I left Saturday Morning on a trip, so now we have to wait until at least Thursday this week before I can install and train my student to use the internet, Skype and email etc., so Iâ€™m REALLY HOPING that this Friday we will give things a try.
My students in class have written some new blog posts about Inclusion that I need to get posted and we plan on making a vidcast about getting things set-up and our first attempts at including our off campus classmate â€“ so watch for that.
Learning and inclusion are messy!