Hello. My name is Kim Hefty and I live in Sammamish, Washington. For the past 24 years I have taught all levels of high school mathematics. 14 years ago I started a private tutoring business. .
I also have 2 children ages 15 and 24. My daughter graduated from Elon University in North Carolina. My son plays competitive golf and premiere soccer so most of my weekends are spent at either soccer or golf tournaments.
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Monthly Archives: September 2014
Module 3 Assignment. More excellent work from one of my PLN partners! My comments: Excellent work Katie! I love how you wove the concept of working with and helping your PLN throughout your ten steps. You focused on not only … Continue reading
Managing My Digital Footprint. Excellent work by one of my PLN partners! Here are my comments to Lisa: Lisa, Excellent work here! I particularly liked a few of your points that I had not previously thought of. #4 Create new … Continue reading
This is an excellent example of Creative Expression of COP, PLN, and Connectivism by my PLN group member Lisa. You can see my comments below: http://nebesocialmedia.wordpress.com/2014/09/14/creative-expression-of-cop-pln-and-connectivism/comment-page-1/#comment-2 Lisa, I love you images of connections. I believe that showing “family” you visually … Continue reading
Please check out Katie Sisson’s Module 2 Creative Expression below. You can see my comments here. Excellent work! http://katiesisson.wordpress.com/home/edtech-543-social-network-learning-fall-2014/week-2-blog-post/comment-page-1/#comment-15 Katie, Excellent work with you Prezi presentation. You have really linked connectivism, CoPs, and PLNs in a creative way! You imagery … Continue reading