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At 1:05pm on May 1, 2008, Brian said…
Thank you--I'm quite humbled. Oddly enough, while in China, I forget that I'm suffering from the heat. After five summers of working there, it grows on you!
At 9:04pm on April 12, 2008, nstrehlow said…
I will be arriving in Milwaukee in the coming week and although I'm not a baseball fan, I sure knew those Sausage Racers were from the Milwaukee Brewers!
At 4:10pm on April 7, 2008, nstrehlow said…
I could not find an e-mail address for you anywhere on these pages or on your Greenfield page. You need to correct the spelling of source. :) You left off the r.
At 6:57am on February 11, 2008, Andrew Pass said…
Hi David,

I just checked out the student story casting that you posted on your website. Very Nice!! I'm wondering what your thoughts are about this project now that you've finished it. Would you have done it again the same exact way? How might you have tweaked it? Did the students approach the work differently because of the medium? If so, how?

To be honest David, I have just started a new social network designed to explore content issues as they relate to technology. This type of a posting would be ideal for the new network. It's located at http://www.teachingcontent.ning.com. I'm hoping that you'll consider taking a look at it and perhaps posting some thoughts about this project on the site.

Thanks and even if you are not interested in posting more about the project on the new site, I'd love to learn more about it.

Andy
At 9:52am on January 1, 2008, Mathew Needleman said…
The link to your blog on your profile doesn't work... would like to check it out.
At 9:18pm on December 18, 2007, Catherine Clifford said…
Thanks David. Thanks for sharing YourOnRamp!
At 8:03pm on November 26, 2007, Brian said…
...like the blog...might be able to extract ideas for Windows...don't hyperventilate (wife has a cousin who works for Gates and the brother works for Linux...constant conversation
At 5:37pm on November 20, 2007, Larry Ferlazzo said…
David,

Thanks for the invite, and the kind comments about my blog. By the way, I'm a graduate of John Marshall Jr./Sr. High School in Milwaukee long, long ago...
At 6:01pm on November 15, 2007, Holly Rae Bemis-Schurtz said…
Thanks for the comment. I am excited to be in a social network of teachers who are all working on the same problems. It's a great time to share. Thanks for the link to http://animoto.com/!
At 2:35pm on November 9, 2007, Leslie Witten said…
I will look into WhyVille. Sounds interesting. I am always on the llokout for constructivist approaches to teaching information literacy. Thanks so much!
At 5:02pm on November 7, 2007, Leslie Witten said…
Thanks for the info. My library uses Follett Circ+ and Catalog+. We have the extra add-ons and right now I am deciding whether to purchase Destiny and switch over or just keep adding on.
At 4:35pm on November 6, 2007, Daniel Bassill said…
Hi David,

I lead the Tutor/Mentor Connection, based in Chicago. I host a conference every six months and the next will be in Olympia Fields on Nov. 15 and 16. At http://www.tutormentorconference.org you can get details.

I'm trying to build connections with teachers and youth in surburban high schools who might connect with youth and volunteers in inner city programs, using the technology of web 2.0 for those connections.

Take a look at some of the information on my profile to see some of the ideas you might adopt in your teaching and service learning projects.
At 11:55am on September 11, 2007, David Kapuler said…
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