Monday, December 3, 2012

Netbook Reflection 2012

This generation has more modern ways to learn. For example, we now use high tech fashion mini netbooks, a couple of iPads in each classes, and many of us pretty much have moved on from using pencil and paper.

You know how we use netbooks now a days? Well yes, they have been a huge help this entire year. They’ve pretty much changed the way we learn, and made it more efficient. For me using a netbook instead of pencil and paper, has been way better then looking back at a good 2 years ago. It’s only been 2 years since the manaiakalani programme has kicked in and people’s grades have been rising very rapidly.

The internet connection that we have now is much better than last years that’s all I know. The only thing that’s a bummer, is that the manaiakalani connection that we are supposed to use at home, hasn’t yet been fully wired up.

I think that using netbooks is awesome! And things are running smoothly. But I definitely reckon that without the help of our wonderful principal Mr Burt, and his first lady, Mrs Burt this whole programme with the netbooks, never would have happened. So I am so grateful for them, and the huge knowledge I have gained from using this one very tool to learn with.

1 comment:

  1. Dear Rita, I sure do appreciate the accolade in this post. I have enjoyed viewing your learning development through the lense of this blog.
    You can achieve anything you set your mind to, so make sure that 2013 is a BIG one for you, particularly as it is your last year at Pt England.
    And the good news is that the TLN is on track to being finished by the end of Term 1 which means internet at home :)

    Mrs Burt


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