What the students have to say...

My first Headmaster told me the best way to find out about a teacher is to ask the students. I believe it is the best way to judge a pedagogical concept too. So I have selected some students from the Murry Bergtraum class of 96 who speak about their experience in a class that uses the Internet. This may be the best way to show you what we are doing before you spend time reading and exploring how we do it.

Some background.

  • Ashley Barrett
  • Amy Chan
  • Hong Chen
  • Rosie Delacruz
  • Tati Diaz
  • Kim Gaffney
  • Luis Gonzalez
  • Vanessa Gonzalez
  • Linda Huang
  • Connie Lam
  • Susan Leung
  • Christie Ling
  • Jeanette Lu
  • Corrine Novak
  • Ismael Torres
  • Gail Zeng
  • If you want to see the rest of the class or if you want to see this year's crop of juniors in CyberEnglish click on the appropriate link. We are also generating a ninth grade class. I have provided links to English classes, but we have other disciplines using the net: history, deaf and hard of hearing, and bilingual. You can find these links in the Internet Projects

    All classes that use the Internet are treated as if they were on a field trip. With that in mind, permission slips are given to the students to take home and are returned signed by the parents before the students use the Internet.

    Some links to how we do it...

    maintained by: Ted Nellen
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