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At 5:09am on April 21, 2009, Eve Heaton said…
Jane - wanted you to know that I was having trouble figuring out how to post a Photostory to the class blog and I knew you had done the cemetary one. As soon as I looked at an old post you sent me I figured out what I was doing horribly wrong (which was embarrasing it didn't occur to me sooner - as I overlooked the upload video button when creating posts - eek!). Just though I would let you know how you helped me...however inadvertently (spelt wrong but rushed this morning).

Eve
At 7:30am on April 1, 2009, Jan Wells said…
Hi Jane. Sorry for the delay. I'll be sharing with my students today and going from there.
At 4:04pm on March 21, 2009, Colin Davitt said…
Nice page! Like the photos.
At 8:16pm on March 17, 2009, Mary Rodger said…
Jane, I had no idea that you could use "my page" like this. I have so much to learn! Thanks for teaching me something new tonight.
At 1:11pm on March 16, 2009, Jan Wells said…
We are also on Spring Break. The kids will be excited to see that we are making web friends. Enjoy your time off.
At 10:44am on March 12, 2009, Jan Wells said…
Hi Jane. Are you still looking for a 4th grade class to blog with? I teach 4th grade in Kansas. Would love to have an opportunity for my kids to interact with others. Let me know what you think.
At 5:06pm on March 11, 2009, Eve Heaton said…
Jane - Thank you for leaving a post on Nicole's penguin project. She is a transfer student that is terminally shy and hard to bring out of her shell and you could tell that your comment just made her day. Thank you!

Eve
At 9:17am on February 27, 2009, Shakaiba Zakir said…
Hi Jane,
I just saw your salt dough maps .I really loved them .I would like to use them inb my class.
Regards.
Shakaiba Zakir
At 12:03pm on February 19, 2009, Nancy Bosch said…
I actually have no idea--I don't friend people and always accept when they friend me. I would guess you could more easily 'find' someone from your friend list. Let me know if there is a better answer. haha! N
At 6:04pm on February 15, 2009, Eve Heaton said…
I like the cross curricular approach you have with the cemetary project. I think my timing was off with the composting (we are about to go into our state mandated writing test so prep is taking over). I figure this is my learning year for all things projects :)

I do science notebooking. I have a blog about it at www.sciencenotebooking.blogspot.com. Do you notebook?
At 5:57am on February 14, 2009, Eve Heaton said…
Thanks for the comment on my teacher blog.

The composting project has taken a back seat to finishing up our animal powerpoints. The powerpoints are great but very time consuming. The was a giant experiment to see if it would work and I ran into all sorts of fun problems (students not able to access pictures, computer lab time, microphones won't work on all the computers, etc.). I can totally see why teachers shy away from large projects. Sigh...

I was going to make a composting "video" of our project from what we asked for in a grant to how we manage it in the clasroom (which isn't well at the moment). My goal is to post it to TeacherTube over spring break. I went to a local (SC) science convention and got the composting idea from a group of fifth grade teachers upstate who have been very helpful and generous with their resouces.
At 3:49am on February 7, 2009, Eve Heaton said…
Jane - I saw your presentation of your service learning project with the cementary and LOVED it. Did you use photostory to put that together? How did you get in on your blog? I think I want to do the same thing with our composting project. That would be a fun way to document our progress from start to "finish".
At 5:06pm on February 3, 2009, James Edward Charles Webber said…
Welcome!
Jim

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