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At 3:49pm on July 13, 2007, Bridget Perry-Gore said…
I was hiking in Peru...a 4 day trek on the Inca Trail. A fantastic trip
At 8:44am on July 8, 2007, dave garland said…
Hi Connie I'm pleased to meet you on classroom 2.0
At 6:38am on July 7, 2007, Lisa Parisi said…
Thanks Connie. I think the question of modifying work is important but nobody really addressed it. Maybe the second time around people will begin to.
At 7:23pm on July 2, 2007, Daniel Bassill said…
Hi Connie, thanks for introducing yourself. I encourage you to read a blog message I posted today at

It illustrates a service learning role that teens could take, integrating technology, leadership and advocacy. In your area such a role might help kids in Detroit have more and better non-school learning and mentoring opportunities as a result.
At 5:13pm on July 2, 2007, Laura Gibbs said…
hi Connie, I had seen your post about the Tanager Woods... very inspiring! I just moved from the city out into the country. My years of tree-deprivation are finally over! :-)
At 6:39am on July 2, 2007, Esbjorn Jorsater said…
Thanks for your comments about my blog post about using comics in the education.
I have some tutorials about drawing faces and animals (cartoon cat) at my

You are welcome to join.

When I have time I can add more material about this projects. I let you know.
At 2:04pm on June 27, 2007, Ginger Lewman said…
check this out!
At 3:50am on June 25, 2007, suziea said…
Hi Connie, Thanks for your welcome. I'm impressed at how active this community is and hope to learn a lot from everyone. My biggest frustration right now is that I am not actually in class doing all of this but I am trying to get as many teachers interested in what web 2.0 has to offer as I can.
At 1:02pm on June 17, 2007, Kathy Schrock said…

Thanks for the kind words!

At 10:33am on June 15, 2007, Hans Feldmeier said…
Hi Connie, you are doing a lot of good discussions, congrats!
Greetings from Germany.
At 1:43pm on June 4, 2007, Steve Hargadon said…
I couldn't find the Portrait of a Thinker group. I'm assuming you figured out how to delete it yourself?
At 11:49pm on May 27, 2007, Steve Hargadon said…
I haven't had the paragraphing problem in blog posts. Two thoughts. 1. If you're using a feed reader to read them, they can lose that formatting. 2. If you want to, you can use the html code "
" for line breaks. That might help?
At 2:01pm on May 27, 2007, Sholom Eisenstat said…
That's not just any starfish!
That shot was taken on an Alaskan beach last summer just at the foot of an amazing rain forest.
My friend the starfish.
At 7:57am on May 23, 2007, Steve Hargadon said…
I just copy and paste... :) And I usually put a note at the top that the I've cross-posted.
At 6:16pm on May 22, 2007, Steve Hargadon said…
I don't know any good way to do that except to may start a main forum thread and just keep some tidbits for updating.. I am wondering the same thing about how to balance the value for the general audience when you start a specific group and material just goes there...

I am playing wait-and-see a little, as I imagine our users will start figuring things out in a way that is better than I could mandate, and I also think Ning must be seeing this on other networks.
At 9:14am on May 21, 2007, Kevin said…
Very cool teaching assignment! I would like to bring you into some conversations with my friends from charter schools and share experiences. Ginger is a good friend and one who might be nice to share with here. I bet you two plow a lot of the same educational ground.
ps Thanks for the illumination on dog tracking! : )
At 11:45pm on May 20, 2007, Steve Hargadon said…
Anyone can use the chat room. If you have a meebo, or any IM account, you can log in, but you don't need to.

At 3:12pm on May 20, 2007, Kevin said…
Thank you! I use templates for overall design and try to include interesting things, constantly a work in progress! What subject area do you teach?
At 10:24am on May 7, 2007, Reuven Werber said…
Hi Connie,
Thanks for sending an "invite". Guess working with students to work with seniors is a common interest (although right now I am not doing it actively.)
I am now more involved with implementing an information literacy program in our school and giving support to Israeli schools working on a global collaborative literature project.
Maybe the similarity of our family names is also something in common. :-)
Hope to keep in touch.
At 12:41pm on April 23, 2007, Sue R. said…
Hi, Connie! I enjoyed your question on using clay critters, and the fact that you modeled this use of a social network by showing the class your responses. I checked out your blog and find your interest in the neurology of this changing world really interesting--I've posted a little, and thought a lot, about the things that are changes to us and not to our students, and how that will effect their brains. Nonlinear thinking and composing for the nonlinear reader have been obvious to me lately. You should see what my middle schoolers are composing. I have very bright, and asynchronous, and neurologically atypical children of my own and so I spend a lot of time pondering the "nerd" and "techno-weenie" factors in my life. Anyway, fascinating topic, and I enjoyed your blog!


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