Moving along nicely on this first full day of Spring Break!

Thank you for the posts to push me to individualize the blogs! This month they really worked on collaborating to create a nice summary for our blog. I have been hesitant with taking the next step of giving them their own to work with, but I think they are ready. I set up a classroom page through Ning and have created an account through my email address (They do not have school email addresses) for each one of them. I already put up a discussion for them to work on next Monday when we come back to school. I am so thankful to Scott in my grad. class who got me started with all of this. He gave me the resources I needed to move into the teachers' world of virtual colaboration.

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Comment by Kathleen on March 29, 2008 at 10:48am
Katie, when this is up and running, I am hoping that you will present this to the staff. I would love to get this going as a best practice at our school. Let's do it.
Comment by Anne Mirtschin on April 2, 2008 at 5:12pm
Oh, sorry Mini only just replied to your original comment to me and then came to find your page and I see you have set up a ning. Is that how you set up individual blogs? If you would like to work with any of my age groups or classes let me know. My students are all classified under their appropriate year levels from links on the RHS of my blog at Keep at it, the rewards are great!


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