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I plan to create a wiki encyclopedia for my son's Monsterous art. Along with the encyclopedia, there will be a discussion of dyslexia and how the creative collaboration of wikis may be beneficial to the dyslexic brain.
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I plan to create a wiki encyclopedia for my son's Monsterous art. Along with the encyclopedia there will be a discussions of dyslexia and how creative collaboration of wikis may be beneficial to the dyslexic brain.
- Attendance at the Dyslexia Conference April 7, 2017 [[https://umw.dyslexiaida.org/]]


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Edited on 2018-03-01 11:04:04 by RayaNewbold
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- [[RNewbold@Bemidjistate.edu]]
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- RNewbold@Bemidjistate.edu


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Edited on 2018-03-01 11:00:18 by RayaNewbold [reading list]
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I plan to create a wiki encyclopedia for my son's Monsterous art. Along with the encyclopedia there will be a discussions of dyslexia and how creative collaboration of wikis may be beneficial to the dyslexic brain.
So I propose to build a wiki that is largely an encyclopedia for my son's monsters. I hope to play off the interactive creativity that the wiki provides and invite all to contribute their ideas of the life of these monsters, add their colored pictures and even their own art. T0 do this I have set up a wiki for his monster's on a website that hosts fanbase wikis. I hope Mr. E will grow many fans, and that they will happily share with us their colored monsters, ideas and what worked for them in their learning challenges. Other pages on this wiki will be to explore and expostulate on how those with dyslexia can make the web their own. I am hoping I can synthesize wikis ability for creative collaboration with the talents and/deficits of the dyslexic brain.
- Cognitive functioning and work success in adults with dyslexia by Leather, Carol [[https://bsu.mplus.mnpals.net/vufind/SummonRecord/FETCH-LOGICAL-e2841-69f33b4d008dbcd7b793c132688a896b45fce146fb7854be3a5d59dfd1caa4a43]]
- Craen, Piet Van De. "Innovative Education and CLIL." Research Papers in Language Teaching and Learning 8.1 (2017): 22. [[https://bsu.mplus.mnpals.net/vufind/SummonRecord/FETCH-LOGICAL-p578-b90ae26be56cdc93fabf11fe56aeb31a41db3e4a4df9f3fc0f0573beb8bd5dec3/Description#tabnav]]
- Craggs, Jason G. "Brain Morphology and Neuropsychological Profiles in A Family Displaying Dyslexia and Superior Nonverbal Intelligence." Cortex 42.8 (2006): 1107-1118.[[https://bsu.mplus.mnpals.net/vufind/SummonRecord/FETCH-LOGICAL-c2117-b1cd1c6e3916e9eccb8cfe6d4ff574ddf35bafad0a159c33eb930bba2b3245d73]]
- LeBoutillier, Nicholas. "Mental Imagery and Creativity: A Meta-analytic Review Study." British Journal of Psychology (London, England : 1953) 94.Pt 1 (2003): 29-44. [[https://bsu.mplus.mnpals.net/vufind/SummonRecord/FETCH-LOGICAL-c3152-f5751c939f8c28b9b1f39ab02a097bec9951ad02cef2bc7a82192e368a722cc53]]
- Mak, Barley. "Using Wikis to Enhance and Develop Writing Skills Among Secondary School Students in Hong Kong." System 36.3 (2008): 437-455. [[https://bsu.mplus.mnpals.net/vufind/SummonRecord/FETCH-LOGICAL-c2307-b751edf5007fc7c954406be219ce83458a14aeabc683334d62347cb81c2bc57e3]]
- Kussmaul, Clif. "Reading and Writing With Wikis: Progress and Plans." Proceedings of the 6th ACM SIGCHI Conference On Creativity & Cognition 13 Jun. 2007: 261-262.[[https://bsu.mplus.mnpals.net/vufind/SummonRecord/FETCH-LOGICAL-a702-e5f5820a5feb61983ca10ac669d00697e4ad36ce521c399f954158808d21d70a3]]
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So I propose to build a wiki that is largely an encyclopedia for my son's monsters. I hope to play off the interactive creativity that the wiki provides and invite all to contribute their ideas of the life of these monsters, add their colored pictures and even their own art. T0 do this I have set up a wiki for his monster's on a website that hosts fanbase wikis. I hope Mr. E will grow many fans, and that they will happily share with us their colored monsters, ideas and what worked for them in their learning challenges.
I also wish to explore and expostulate on how those with dyslexia can make the web their own.
Topics for reading include:
- Creativity and the Dyslexic Brain
- Creativity and the Wiki Commons
- Apps and internet-based tools for learning disorders
- Guerilla marketing in the age of the internet
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Edited on 2018-03-01 05:51:30 by RayaNewbold [reading list]
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===My Readings===


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Edited on 2018-02-28 19:59:48 by RayaNewbold [reading list]
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- Blog on social media marketing [[https://www.entrepreneur.com/topic/social-media-marketing]]


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Edited on 2018-02-28 19:29:17 by RayaNewbold [readings]
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I plan to start my reading with these articles (and will add more as I read them)
- Dyslexia Students: Sucess Factors for a Learning Environment.[[https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/abs/pii/S0099133311001182]] This looks at technological supports.
- Dyslexia, a deficit or a difference: Comparing the creativity and memory skills of dyslexic and nondyslexic students in Iran [[https://s3.amazonaws.com/academia.edu.documents/32596856/DYSLEXIA__A_DEFICIT_OR_A_DIFFERENCE_COMPARING.pdf?AWSAccessKeyId=AKIAIWOWYYGZ2Y53UL3A&Expires=1519877375&Signature=uxD9aKhJkiSzvh22qYAREJDks6E%3D&response-content-disposition=inline%3B%20filename%3DDYSLEXIA_A_DEFICIT_OR_A_DIFFERENCE_COMPA.pdf]]
- Attendance at the Dyslexia Conference April 7, 2017 [[https://umw.dyslexiaida.org/]]
- Following the Dyslexia Blog [[http://dyslexiaparents.blogspot.com/2009/03/photo-1-richard-branson-photo-2.html]]
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https://roundbelly.blogspot.com/
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https://roundbelly.blogspot.com/


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Edited on 2018-02-28 08:35:07 by RayaNewbold [readings]
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My project report will be the final weekly report, detailing what was experienced, learned and accomplished during the duration of this project. The Wiki will also be given a walking tour (by links) during this examination to highlight the most interesting pages.
I will be contracting for 250 points. To earn these points I plan to add 2 new wiki pages per week, 2-4 of these wiki pages will be an exploration of how social media/internet technologies can impact people with dyslexia and related disorders. The wiki at the finish point of this project should be well organized, have 45 pages, a full index, and several contributors. On the marketing end, I plan on at least 1 share on Facebook or other social media site per week, and 1 weekly blog entry to reflect upon it (this will be part of the weekly report).
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I will be contracting for 250 points. To earn these points I plan to add 2 new wiki pages per week, 3-4 of these wiki pages will be an exploration of how social media/internet technologies can impact people with dyslexia and related disorders. The wiki at the finish point of this project should be well organized, have 45 pages, a full index, and several contributors. On the marketing end, I plan on at least 1 share on Facebook or other social media site per week, and 1 weekly blog entry to reflect upon it (this will be part of the weekly report).


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Edited on 2018-02-28 07:55:03 by RayaNewbold [readings]
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So I propose to build a wiki that is largely an encyclopedia for my son's monsters. I hope to play off the interactive creativity that the wiki provides and invite all to contribute their ideas of the life of these monsters, add their colored pictures and even their own art. T0 do this I have set up a wiki for his monster's on a website that hosts fanbase wikis. I hope Mr. E will grow many fans, and that they will happily share with us their colored monsters, ideas and what worked for them in their learning challenges.
Along with the wiki, I wish to explore online (free/shoestring) marketing for Mr. E's Monsterous Art. I want to see what styles of social media posts generate interest in the wiki or coloring book. What engages fans? How can I spread the word without breaking the bank? Due to the experimental nature of the marking, my grade will not be tied to the success of the campaign, but to the descriptions of the efforts and its results.
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So I propose to build a wiki that is largely an encyclopedia for my son's monsters. I hope to play off the interactive creativity that the wiki provides for and invite all to contribute their ideas of the life of these monsters, add their colored pictures and even their own art. T0 do this I have set up a wiki for his monster's on a website that hosts fanbase wikis. I hope Mr. E will grow many fans, and that they will happily share with us their colored monsters, ideas and what worked for them in their learning challenges.
Along with the wiki, I wish to explore online (free/shoestring) marketing for Mr. E's Monsterous Art. I want to see what posts generate interest in the wiki or coloring book. What engages fans? How can I spread the word without breaking the bank? Due to the experiemental nature of the marking, my grade will not be tied to the success of the campaign, but the descriptions of it, and its success.


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Edited on 2018-02-28 07:47:13 by RayaNewbold [narration]
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Mr. E is a 12-year-old with severe dyslexia, dysgraphia, and a mood disorder. He has spent every day since kindergarten drawing monsters. His art is known for its simplicity and humor. In December of 2017, he worked with his uncle and put together a coloring book. This book sold out of its first 2 printings and is now for sale in Amazon.com. Of course, this was just a small collection of his monsters. His grandparents collect some of their favorite monsters, and there are no lack of them floating around our home.
So I propose to build a wiki that is largely an encyclopedia for my son's monsters. I hope to play off the interactive creativity that the wiki provides for and invite all to contribute their ideas of the life of these monsters, add their colored pictures and even their own art. T0 do this I have set up a wiki for his monster's on a website that hosts fanbase wikis. I hope Mr. E will grow many fans, and that they will happily share with us their colored monsters, ideas and what worked for them in their learning challenges.
Along with the wiki, I wish to explore online (free/shoestring) marketing for Mr. E's Monsterous Art. I want to see what posts generate interest in the wiki or coloring book. What engages fans? How can I spread the word without breaking the bank? Due to the experiemental nature of the marking, my grade will not be tied to the success of the campaign, but the descriptions of it, and its success.
I also wish to explore and expostulate on how those with dyslexia can make the web their own.
Topics for reading include:
- Creativity and the Dyslexic Brain
- Creativity and the Wiki Commons
- Apps and internet-based tools for learning disorders
- Guerilla marketing in the age of the internet
I plan to report weekly on my blog about what I have done that week to further the wiki/marketing/readings. Each weekly reflection/report should average 250 words or more and have links to anything interesting accomplished elsewhere.
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I plan on building a wiki that is mostly an explecopedia
I plan to report weekly on my blog about what I have done that week to further the wiki/marketing/readings. Each weekly reflection/report should average 250 words and have links to anything interesting accomplished elsewhere.


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Edited on 2018-02-27 20:33:59 by RayaNewbold [narration]
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- RNewbold@Bemidjistate.edu
I plan on building a wiki that is mostly an explecopedia
https://roundbelly.blogspot.com/
I will be contracting for 250 points. To earn these points I plan to add 2 new wiki pages per week, 3-4 of these wiki pages will be an exploration of how social media/internet technologies can impact people with dyslexia and related disorders. The wiki at the finish point of this project should be well organized, have 45 pages, a full index, and several contributors. On the marketing end, I plan on at least 1 share on Facebook or other social media site per week, and 1 weekly blog entry to reflect upon it (this will be part of the weekly report).
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- [[http://www.example.com Page Title]]RNewbold@Bemidjistate.edu
The narrative is detailed description of the project.
- Blog for weekly updates https://roundbelly.blogspot.com/
A (250 points)= 2 new wiki pages per week, and 1 share on Facebook or other social media site, and 1 blog entry to reflect upon it (this will also be the weekly report). 3-4 of the wiki pages will be an exploration of how social media/internet technologies can impact people with dyslexia and related disorders. The wiki at the finish point of this project should be well organized, have 45 pages, a full index, and several contributors.
B (150 points)= 1 new wiki pages per week, and 1 share on Facebook or other social media site, and 1 blog entry to reflect upon it (this will also be the weekly report). 2 of the wiki pages will be an exploration of how social media/internet technologies can impact people with dyslexia and related disorders. The wiki at the finish point of this project should be somewhat organized, have 40 pages, and at least 1 additional contributor.
C (100 points) = 5 new wiki pages, several attempts to share on social media, and weekly blog entries about what has been done that week.


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Edited on 2018-02-27 20:07:57 by RayaNewbold [grading]
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==== Mr. E's Monsterous Wiki, Online Marketing, and Learning Disorders ====
- [[http://www.example.com Page Title]]RNewbold@Bemidjistate.edu
- Blog for weekly updates https://roundbelly.blogspot.com/
I plan to report weekly on my blog about what I have done that week to further the wiki/marketing/readings. Each weekly reflection/report should average 250 words and have links to anything interesting accomplished elsewhere.
A (250 points)= 2 new wiki pages per week, and 1 share on Facebook or other social media site, and 1 blog entry to reflect upon it (this will also be the weekly report). 3-4 of the wiki pages will be an exploration of how social media/internet technologies can impact people with dyslexia and related disorders. The wiki at the finish point of this project should be well organized, have 45 pages, a full index, and several contributors.
B (150 points)= 1 new wiki pages per week, and 1 share on Facebook or other social media site, and 1 blog entry to reflect upon it (this will also be the weekly report). 2 of the wiki pages will be an exploration of how social media/internet technologies can impact people with dyslexia and related disorders. The wiki at the finish point of this project should be somewhat organized, have 40 pages, and at least 1 additional contributor.
C (100 points) = 5 new wiki pages, several attempts to share on social media, and weekly blog entries about what has been done that week.
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==== Mr. E's Monsterous Wiki, Marketing and Learning Disorders ====
- RNewbold@Bemidjistate.edu


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