Saturday, May 19, 2007

End-of-Semester Web Sites Presentation

Greetings - we finally made it to the end!Somehow September has turned into May and another academic year has been put to rest. I realize that the spring semester was very challenging, as you were supposed to do a lot of reading, thinking and blogging, which was new and time-consuming. But I want to believe that you got something out of it.

I would like to thank you for being actively involved in my experiment. You've surpassed all my expectations and you've given me a lot of food for thought and many new ideas. Thanks to your feedback, many things will be done differently next year.

By the way, Red Squirrel has left a comment to the post below that would make you take pride in your achievements.

I wish you good luck with your exams!
Keep in touch.
Anna Vladimirovna


Nina Lyulkun said...

Dear Anechka,


Super job! I am amazed and very proud of you.
Yesterday, we had guests from Poland at our university. I mentioned your and your students' project. I gave the URL to them. So, you will have more international guests in your wonderful and professionally created BLOG!
I wish you a great success in your future job and research work. Thank you very much for the fabulous sample how blogging could be used.

{{{{BIG HUG}}}}
Nina Lyulkun from ukraine

anna_filatova said...

Dear Nina,
Thank you for your heartfelt congratulations.

It was a good learning experience which has shown me the potential of using ICT in language teaching. However, it's just the first step. I have a long way to go in terms of organizational issues, providing enough motivation, sustaining students'interest, and finding a reasonable compromise between innovative and standard teaching. Anyway, I am looking forward to a new step forward.

so-summer said...

Dear Anna Vladimirovna, thank you for proposing sucha wonderful task to us - it was really gripping! And it was my first experience of working with the Internet not only as a sourse of downloading information, but also making a tiny part of that huge net by myself. And special thanks for the presentation you've made)