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HallOfFame

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Scribe Post Hall of Fame

(archive of previous years)

 

Let these scribe posts stand as examples for what future scribes should aspire to achieve.

 

“That some achieve great success, is proof to all that others can achieve it as well.”

Abraham Lincoln

(16th US President (1861-65), who brought about the emancipation of the slaves. 1809-1865)

 

Consecutive Hall Of Fame Scribe Post Record Holder

 

 

none yet

 

 

Student Grade Subject Link to Post Post Date Inducted By Reason for Induction
Jefferson 12 Math SCRIBE # 1 !? Sept. 11, 2006 Darren Kuropatwa Great depth of detail. Meaningful use of colour and graphics help to illustrate text.
JessicaI_198 12 Math 3rd Scribe Post Sept. 12, 2006 Darren Kuropatwa Excellent use of graphics and colour. Includes lots of detail.
Linger 12 Math SCRIBE POST: DAY 4 Sept. 13, 2006 Darren Kuropatwa Excellent detail, use of colour and graphics. Easy to understand and helpful for other students. (More testimonials in the comments.)
Jeff R. 10 Math Multiplying and Dividing Polynomials Sept. 14, 2006 Darren Kuropatwa Excellent and meaningful use of colour, mathematically correct, well laid out and organized.
Lisa 12 Math Scribe Post 5 Sept. 15, 2006 Darren Kuropatwa Awesome detail, include many illustrative examples, student added additional examples of their own accord. Good use of graphics and colour.
Manny 12 Math Scribe Post: Day 6 Sept. 15, 2006 Darren Kuropatwa Very detailed, step-by-step explanations make it easy to understand even if you got confused part way through the in-class explanation. Excellent technical aspects including frames and colour.
Ashley 12 Math 6th Scribe Post Sept. 16, 2006 Darren Kuropatwa Meaningful use of colour. Well laid out on page. Annotated graphics help to explain concepts illustrated.
Cherrie 11 Math Introducing: The Perfect Square Trinomial Sept. 17, 2006 Darren Kuropatwa Well orgainized text and graphics. Graphics help to illustrate concepts explained in text. Meaningful use of colour.
Ashlynn 12 Math Scribe post: Day 7 Sept. 18, 2006 Darren Kuropatwa Meaningful use of color, easy to understand, good detail and continuing the learning in the comments.
Katrin 12 Math Scribe Post: Day 13 Sept. 26, 2006 Voted in by classmates. Great use of colour, clear and easy to understand explanations. Post had a lot of details and it's easy to see that a lot of effort went into it.
Cherrie 11 Math The Cartisan Plane?! (and other things!) Sept. 27, 2006 Darren Kuropatwa Excellent use of graphics and colour. Includes lots of detail. Graphics help to illustrate concepts explained in text. Colour used in a meaningful way.
M@rk 11 Math Introduction to the sine wave Sept. 28, 2006 Darren Kuropatwa Excellent use of graphics and colour. Includes lots of detail. Graphics help to illustrate concepts explained in text. Colour used in a meaningful way.
Jann 12 Math Scribe Post: Day 15 Sept. 28, 2006 Darren Kuropatwa Excellent use of graphics and colour. Includes lots of detail and is well organized. The best part is he drew the Sine Dance!.
Jessica 12 Math Transformations Sept. 29, 2006 Chris Harbeck Excellent use of graphics and colour. Includes lots of detail. Graphics help to illustrate concepts explained in text. Volunteered to Scribe a large concept.
Meagan 10 Math Midpoint of a Segment Oct.2, 2006 Erin Armstrong Excellent job annotating class notes. Use of diagrams and colour adds to the readers comprehension.
jhoann 12 Math Saskatchewan Sunrise Oct.7, 2006 voted in by classmates and other teachers Reminders to classmates and audience giving further instruction. Showed common mistakes and how to avoid them. Thorougly explained and easy to understand. "Bad" color don't do this -- "good" color, do it this way. A great teaching technique!
Steve 12 Math Scribe Post, Identities Oct.17, 2006 voted in by classmates and other teachers Graphs and notes are very helpful. Writing made reader feel as though they were right there speaking with authour. Intermission and graphical illustration of "more than one way" an excellent addition. This type of advise is what separates regular scribe posts from hall of fame ones.
Daureen 10 Math Scribe Post, Number Sets Oct.25, 2006 voted in by Erin Armstrong This is one of the most thorough scribe postings to date. It contains quality graphics, terrific explanations, effective layout and even includes 3 exceptional links for students that require additional information.
Jhoann 12 Math Exponentials & Logarithms --a trick for students; a treat for teachers Oct. 31, 2006 voted in by classmates and other teachers Amazing detail and effort. Colour Illustrations, clear explanations and detail. Obvious that student invests a lot of hard work and time.
Michelle 8 Math Introduction to Perfect Squares and Square Roots Nov. 01, 2006 Chris Harbeck Amazing detail and effort. Incredible amount of editing done after the first post.
JulieRose 8 Math Scribe Post, Perfect Squares and Square Roots Nov. 2, 2006 voted in by Mr. Harbeck First scribe post. Excellent use of images to explain the concept. Great detail and use of colour.
Lisa 12 Math lets get to it shall we… Nov. 2, 2006 voted in by classmates and other teachers Included the critical discussions on effort and del.icio.us prompts; readers could feel the emotions in the class through the writing; also had lots of good information about logarithms that at least one classmate tagged it to their delicious account.
Charmaine 8 Math Equivalents Day 1 Nov. 16, 2006 Chris Harbeck Great use of animated gif,images and links. Edited her post to make it even better.
Michael 8 Math Equivalents Day 1 Nov. 16, 2006 Chris Harbeck Great detail. Added links and images. Edited his post 3 times and counting... to make it even better.
Kim 8 Math Equivalents Day 1 Nov. 21, 2006 Chris Harbeck Great detail. Added links and images. Edited her post many times and counting... to make it even better. First Sargent Park Student to use Bubbleshare.
Janna 8 Math Equivalents Day 1 Nov. 23, 2006 Chris Harbeck Great detail. Added links and images. Detail,detail, links pictures and everything.
Marielle 8 Math Equivalents Day 1 Nov. 27, 2006 Chris Harbeck Great detail. Added links and images. Detail,detail, links pictures and everything.
Maxine 8 Math Equivalents Day 1 Nov. 27, 2006 Chris Harbeck Great detail. Added links and images. Detail,detail, links pictures and everything.
Lisa 12 Math Can you say..... Patterns are IMPORTANT?? Nov. 27, 2006 voted in by classmates and other teachers Tremendous detail, great use of images and lots of effort. Many comments that personalized this scribe post and kept the readers focused.
Katrin 12 Math Scribe Post - Day 52 (Local Linearization, Related Rates) Nov. 29, 2006 voted in by classmates and teachers The illustrations are not only striking, they are very clear. The frames really help to set them off. Good use of pictures and colour coding.
Crysta 11 Math Untitled (Circle Geometry) Nov. 30, 2006 voted in by classmates and teachers Made readers visualize step by step process of the investigation, use of bubbleshare is a great way to show multiple images in an animation.
Boeun 8 Math Percentages Dec. 4, 2006 Chris Harbeck Went through many edits to make a good scribe post great. Effort above and beyond the call of duty
Thyra-May 8 Math Percentages Dec. 8, 2006 Chris Harbeck Made readers visualize step by step process of percentages using thumbstacks. Tremendous detail in her post.
Lindsay 12 Math Scribe Post (Limits and Optimization Problems) Dec. 11, 2006 voted in by classmates Very clear, easy to understand and post-its with the drawings very eye catching. Made readers want to read the scribe post even more.
Manny 12 Math Scribe Post: Day 65 Dec. 19, 2006 voted in by classmates brief introduction with colour coding, succinct, clear and easy to follow. Restates the problem sometimes fully, sometimes just a stem, but always enough for any mathematically informed reader to understand what was asked. Answer stated up front. Solution described in sufficient detail for readers to follow and recreate without getting into every single little calculation which can be tedious.
Allen 12 Math Scribe Post (Introduction to Conic Sections) Jan. 13, 2007 voted in by classmates and other teachers Unique for a scribe post; humor and math. "cool," "awesome," "spectacular," "stroke of genius," "unique," "original."
Vincent 12 Math Secant, cosecant, cotangent, arc functions... Feb. 8, 2007 Darren Kuropatwa Extremely thorough details and beautiful visuals.
Tim-MATH-y 12 Math Scribe: (DABC) Sine/Cosine; Relations and Modes of Representation Feb. 13, 2007 voted in by classmates and other teachers Includes every detail involved in the class. Also clarified some confusing points. Images and text both contribute to the quality of the post. Exemplary conversation evolved in the comments.
Mr. SiWwy 12 Math Lost in translation...and stretching. Feb. 26, 2007 voted in by classmates and teachers For the level of detail, summarizing not only this class but a previous "informal weekend class," for the graphics and meaningful use of colour and the well written text.
Sandy 12 Math Transformations March 6, 2007 voted in by classmates and teachers Visuals, clear explanations and highlights important details. Also perfectly timed, colour coded bubbleshare slideshow that follows the colour coded text. Used fooplot.com to generate the graphs but took it a step further by pointing out the details that even fooplot overlooks.
Syd 12 Env. Science The Demographic Transition
Dec. 1, 2009 voted in by classmates Great choices of graphics, clear explanations of those graphics.  Thorough and gives a "solid explanation" of a complex model.
Coco 11 Env. Science Population Biology Nov. 9, 2009 voted in by classmates Included all of the relevant class information in a clear, concise way. Good choices for diagrams.
Emily 12 Env. Science Soil Review May 6, 2010 voted in by classmates Clear, concise summary of the lesson.  Great choice of graphics.
Kyle 12 Env. Science Wind Power Apr. 14, 2010 voted in by classmates Clear, concise summary of the lesson.  Presents a balanced view of pros/cons.  Nice job bringing in relevant material from primary sources.
Joe 12 Env. Science Evolution Nov. 15, 2010 voted in by classmates Clear, concise summary of the lesson.  Calls attention to key vocab and links to good supplementary resources.
Anna 12

Env.

Science

The Human Population Dec. 6th, 2010 voted in by classmates Wonderful recap of the lesson, as well as clear and logical explanations of math problems worked that day.
Caroline 12 Env. Science Wastewater Treatment Facility & Water Quality Testing Field Trip Recap Mar. 6th, 2011 voted in by classmates Very detailed account of lessons from the field trip, especially the wastewater treatment process.  Students who were absent remarked how useful the post was for test and AP exam prep.
Lizzie
12
Env. Science
Oil Spills
Mar. 9th, 2011
voted in by classmates
A very faithful recounting of the class, as well as great choices of graphics.
Hannah 12 Env. Science Responsible Forest Management Jan. 6th, 2012 voted in by classmates Great organization, detail, and use of graphics.
Mara
12
Env. Science
Climate Variety
Oct. 16th, 2011
voted in by classmates
Good organization, great use of graphics, amazing use of related video clips.
Tucker 12 Env. Science Soil Degradation and Conservation Mar. 5th, 2012 voted in by classmates Great organization, detail, and use of graphics.
Christina 12 Env. Science Oil Everywhere Apr. 1st, 2012 voted in by classmates Faithful recap of the lesson in great detail. Good choices of relevant graphics, related stories, and a hilarious video.
Christian 12 Env. Science Conservation of Biodiversity Scribe Post Oct. 30th, 2012 voted in by classmates Excellent recap of the lesson. Good choices of relevant graphics. Humor!
Amelia 12 Env. Science Evolution 102 Oct. 27th, 2012 voted in by classmates Detailed account of the major points of the lesson. Found and used excellent graphics to illustrate complex concepts.
Daniel 12 Env. Science Automobile Emissions Lab Discussion May 5th, 2013 voted in by classmates Excellent recap of lab results discussion.  Good choices for relevant graphics.  Clear and concise post.
Samantha 12 Env. Science Soil Formation, Degradation, and Conservation Mar. 8th, 2013 voted in by classmates Faithful recap of all parts of the lesson.  Nice organization and use of colors to call attention to key vocab.  Good choices for relevant graphics.

 

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