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NaKeisha Ekpe replied to Sean Nash's discussion Feedback Regarding Connected Learning in the group 2011-2012 Students
"Will you show me how to do this in our last hour today???...Please:)"
Nov 1, 2011
NaKeisha Ekpe replied to Sean Nash's discussion Feedback Regarding Connected Learning in the group 2011-2012 Students
"I'm having trouble finding my server????"
Nov 1, 2011
NaKeisha Ekpe posted a status
"Marine Biology"
Oct 28, 2011
NaKeisha Ekpe replied to Sean Nash's discussion Feedback Regarding Connected Learning in the group 2011-2012 Students
"I tried to download Evernote app from Appstore.We use this site in my classes to create notes. Having it as an app instead of repeating typing up the address would be helpful,BUT...."
Oct 28, 2011
NaKeisha Ekpe replied to Sean Nash's discussion Feedback Regarding Connected Learning in the group 2011-2012 Students
"I like Miles idea. I would like to access all the information i need for class from one place, like these laptops. It would be much easier. Teachers wouldn't get the many excuses they hear day to day such as "I forgot my book",…"
Oct 28, 2011
NaKeisha Ekpe replied to Sean Nash's discussion Feedback Regarding Connected Learning in the group 2011-2012 Students
"Yes from school, should have read her reply :)"
Oct 28, 2011
NaKeisha Ekpe replied to Sean Nash's discussion Feedback Regarding Connected Learning in the group 2011-2012 Students
"Today at school my laptop worked fine.When i was using wifi outside of school, trying to join other networks a message popped up "unable to connect session timed out""
Oct 26, 2011
NaKeisha Ekpe is now a member of SaintJoe H2O
Oct 24, 2011

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High School:
Benton
My favorite subject during the regular school day is:
Marketing Internship
Extracurricular activities I am involved in at school:
Drama/Debate
Deca
Soccer

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Journal Entry:!!! Marine biology Trip 2014!!!

Day 1:We landed in Fort Launvder dale, Florida. As soon as I got off the plane I got this urge of exicitement and I wondered what did come next. In Fort Lauderdale the environment was very different from Saint Joseph Missouri. There were clear skys and a stream of sun brusting out of the clouds.I also saw as randomly placed bodies of water as we walked to the Aile House.Each body of water varied in size because some were marshes and others were ponds.All of the marshes were bloked off…See More
May 19
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travel Day!! Day 6 4/16/14

Mr. Squirrel….aka Jackson was up at 7 and I woke up from him moving around, that booger.  My feet were well red tomatoes, but less squishy tomatoes. We set sail to an island to get more supplies. Jonathan sailed some and then I took my turn. I was a knack at it. I loved it!! Other than… because of standing my feet swelled horrid. I didn’t care. I did it till we got to the island, and then Joey took over. It was like yacht little boat rest chill island. The building we went to was air…See More
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May 13
Saige Sheets posted a blog post

ch 3

Ch..3-  coral reefs were Darwins first scientific book. he was always fascinated by bio as a kid but wasn't until he met Robert Grant that he became interested and passionate about it. Mr. grant did Marine Bio. Darwin went on a voyage and was seasick. the place he fell involve with was the Andes mountains. it was here that he got a disease, and developed the coral theory while studying  fossils. he brought about the theory of "seeing the beginning of the world". at the Galapagos, he encountered…See More
May 13
Jonathan Stickler posted a blog post

Journal entry

Journal entryApril 11 Day1            We start things different today than any trip I’ve been on before. At the airport Jackson plays the piano. Even, entertaining the security guards. Then as we wait for our flight, I saw it, but how could we miss it. The Easter pants man, at each front and back and leg had different colors. We then get on our flight. I slept most of the first leg. Then rubik’s my life away on the second. Achieving a new best time of one minute and eight seconds.           …See More
May 13
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May 13
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Journaling

Day 1Today was take-off day. I got up at 4:30 this morning and we got on flight 3855 on Southwest Airlines. From above, the ocean looks like leather. I love seeing the plane cut through the clouds and flights right on top of it. I also love seeing cars on the highway from above. They look like working ants. The plane ride was only an hour long and it really fast. We're now at LaQuinta, our hotel. We ate at Ale House. We saw lots of ducks.…See More
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May 12
Carol Conard replied to Jonathan Stickler's discussion Ch 1
"Good question……How can we truly protect something that we don't fully understand!  "
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