The Mighty DiDA

In the DiDA, the mighty DiDA,
Bazza moans tonight!
Oh in the DiDA, the mighty DiDA,
Bazza moans toniiight!

Aieeeeee… Aieee-e-portfolio…
Aieeeeee… Aieee-e-portfolio…

Do your planning, do lots of planning,
Or you’ll get zero marks!
Oh do your planning, do lots of planning,
Or you’ll get zero marks.

Aieeeeee… Aieee-e-portfolio…
Aieeeeee… Aieee-e-portfolio..

Get some feedback, some decent feedback,
Don’t type it out yourself!
Get some feedback, some decent feedback,
Don’t type it out yourself!

Aieeeeee… Aieee-e-portfolio…
Aieeeeee… Aieee-e-portfolio..

Flaming banners, no flaming banners,
Or Viderman will have spaz!
Flaming banners, no flaming banners,
You’ll get murked by Baaaaazzzzz…

4 Responses to “The Mighty DiDA”

  1. amy says:

    hahahha 😀 were good.

  2. becky says:

    lol well good!

  3. Jeantine says:

    Hi Allison, I couldn’t open your atatchment. It is a binary/isf. Just FYI. Perhaps a pdf?I read through all of your assignment. It looks very thorough. Is this for the full week? Could you give me a frame of reference. How much of this would a fourth grade student do in a week? I liked how clear it seemed, even though it was very foreign to me. Because it was foreign to me, I thought a sample (picture of a half filled out one?) would be good. Regarding your feedback: General feedback will be provided to the student as a comment on their blog post. Further questions to the student or guidance to help direct their thinking path will be a two way communication on their blog. Feedback specific to their grade, as well as providing them with a completed rubric, will be available in a more private setting such as the online grade book (or perhaps via email). Can teachers email students? What type of blog? Now you have me curious! Have you had your students blogging? Good luck on the next steps, this really seems to be filling out nicely. I hope you’re thinking of using it. I like the idea of something we are really working on, versus just an exercise (a good one for a class like this) but not something we’d use.Janene 0 likes

  4. Hey Bestgraphicdesign,Along the same lines,, Like many people who’ve made the switch from film cameras to digital, I’ve discovered that the lens tools I once used so effectively on my cameras to soften, diffuse and vignette my images for quality “finished” professional results won’t do for digital what they did for film.Wishes

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