The Guerrilla Season Book Blog

Join 8th grade American History students at South Valley Jr High in Liberty, Missouri as they read Guerrilla Season by Pat Hughes. For more information contact Eric Langhorst at

Wednesday, April 11, 2007

Guerrilla Season Book Blog Project Video

For a quick overview of the Guerrilla Season Book Blog Project please check out this video which has been posted to Teacher Tube. The video is 3:45 minutes long and was created using Photo Story 3.


Blogger anearlgirl said...

I am a director of instructional technology for a school in Michigan and just stumbled across your blog. Thank you for making this is a great testament to show show teachers on how blogs can be used to enhance and motivate students. I will definately show it to teachers in my district as I teach them about educational uses of blogs.

1:07 PM  
Anonymous Christian Long said...

Eric --

As I wrote in an email tonight to you, my wife was just reading the latest issue of "Harvard Education Letter" (May/June 07) when she suddenly said to me, "Hey, isn't Eric they are mentioning here in the article the same guy you blog with?" Congrats on being highlighted. Yet another well-earned feather in your cap!

Just saw your video on "Guerrilla Season"...and plan on showing it to a board of trustees for a private school in Kansas in 2 weeks that has hired me to consult with them about how to facilitate the 'future of learning'. Concepts aside, you nail it with this video.

Now that I'm headed back into the project -- and shelving "think:lab" -- I'm definitely beginning to find myself saying, "What would Eric do with this assignment?" Hopefully I'll find out in time for myself!

Cheers...and congrats again!

9:13 PM  
Blogger Gail said...

Your project is a wonderful way to teach, and your video is a perfect way to share. I'll be directing teachers to the video when I give a workshop on blogs and wikis in education.


5:07 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I am a high school English teacher, and I have to say, this book blog project truly inspires me. I am just beginning to become familiar with blogging, and your project captures the essence of how successful blogging in the classroom can be.

What I like the most is that you involve students from other districts as well; this further enhances the level of communication that can be obtained through blogging. If parents and siblings were to get involved as well, the lines of communication on the home front would also be expanded.

I recently created my own educational blog, and I highlighted the details of this project and how much it impressed me. Feel free to check it out at:

5:02 PM  

Post a Comment

Links to this post:

Create a Link

<< Home