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At 6:47am on April 5, 2008, Mini said…
Hi Jane, I see we are going to be working together! I am excited! Send me a note when you have a chance. I'd like to chat about dates and the project. Thanks!! :)
At 8:39am on October 8, 2007, Tracy Muller said…
HI Jane,
Wow, yes you will be busy. I wish you a great vacation, and i look forward to hearing from you in February! Tracy
At 6:46pm on October 7, 2007, Tracy Muller said…
Hi Jane,
Have you had any luck getting your webkinz postings on the blog? I think you had emailed me with some difficulties,..let me know!
At 5:16am on October 3, 2007, Jennyann North said…
Hi Jane,
I have been on a steep learning curve since attending the National IWB Conference on the Gold Coast last month. This was an incredibly motivating conference and I highly recommend it. Next year it is in Victoria so I encourage you to get there if you want to meet some funky IT people.
I have spent my entire school holidays on the computer, setting up a blog, exploring educational sites and working on flipcharts for next term. Very exciting stuff.
I would love to set up class buddies with your class but I anticipate a little resistance from parents and heirachy at school. I would appreciate any advice on how to inform parents about the educational benefits of Web 2.0 applications. I loved you class blog. Well done.
At 6:59pm on September 5, 2007, Tracy Muller said…
HI Jane,
That's wonderful news that you will join the webkinz project! I can't wait to see what you do! Tracy
At 10:51pm on September 3, 2007, Amy Koegel said…
Wow! I forgot that you all are on the other side of the world and that would affect your schedule. I will definitely check out your blog when I get a minute. I should actually be sleeping right now, but my hubby is snoring and I have the "first day jitters." Wish me luck!
At 3:45pm on September 2, 2007, MarnieK said…
Hi, Jane. . .

Sorry it's been so long. We are just getting started on the school year and things have been busy. I have just put together a web page for my classroom and as soon as it's up and running I'm hoping to start a blog page for my students. I'm hoping that you can give me some tips, as I've never done anything with blogging.

Hope that your schoolyear is going well,
At 3:26pm on September 2, 2007, Amy Koegel said…
Hello, Jane. Has your new school year started yet?
At 11:17am on July 30, 2007, Annie Gentithes said…
Hi Jane! Thanks for the greetings and the friendship request. I look forward to connecting!
At 8:04am on July 29, 2007, Donna Hebert said…

Thanks for filling out the survey! You've really made me wonder now about the similarities and differences between our two countries. I suppose it's something new for me to learn. I know a couple of teachers here who've spent a year in Australia in a job swap. Both rave about the experience.
At 7:40am on July 28, 2007, jomcleay said…
Hi Jane, sorry I took so long to reply. Yes I do know Graham Wegner who teaches at a primary school in South Australia who is on Classroom 2.0 although you may have already found him.
At 4:30am on July 28, 2007, Jacinta Gascoigne said…
Hi Jane,
Anything 'e' related is always a huge learning curve - I speak from years in the area and experiences that show, you never stop learning, changes are so rapid, keeping up is close to impossible on ones own especially and roadblocks often cause frustration - how many times have I banged my head on the desk, trying to engage other staff in worlds they need to know, worlds they do not want to know and in the end I end up being the village idiot - the one that comes up with mickey mouse learning????
Despite the downside, all things 'e' are my passion and finding ways to use them within learning environments, with learners a challenge with great rewards, if you can deal with the knockers.
We are blocked from everything, which does not help when lecturing in marketing, advertising and International Business - but one keeps going and either change will happen or I will have to move on to another place that values difference and is committed to the highest quality learning for its clients.

Looking forward to the journey with all in this network.

At 5:13pm on July 27, 2007, MarnieK said…
Hi, Jane. . .sorry that it took me so long to reply. My husband and I have been on a motorcycle tour. I am looking forward to finding out more about blogging, and am hoping to find ways to incorporate it into my classroom. I need to find ways to incorporate technology into my classroom. Students love the hands-on way that I teach math and science, but I need to move forward with the way that I use technology.

At 4:04am on July 15, 2007, TeachingSagittarian said…
Hi Jane
Thanks for the invite and the lovely comment about our class! Let me know if there's anything that you think I might be able to help you with!
At 4:10pm on July 12, 2007, Danita Russell said…
Hey Jane! Let me know when you get your blogs set up. Maybe I can find a class you can blog with.

At 8:28am on July 12, 2007, Mr. Parisi said…
Hi Jane! I'm glad to meet you. AUstralia is a long way off. I'd be interested in hearing more on how you setup your classroom and your curriculum. 4th grade is such a nice age. No attitudes yet. Enjoy the site it seems to be growing each day.
At 8:55pm on July 5, 2007, Lisa Parisi said…
Welcome Jane, thanks for the invite.
At 7:58pm on July 5, 2007, Elise Mueller said…
Hi Jane,
Welcome! How old are your year 4's? I teach 3rd, 4th, and 5th grade (8-11 year olds) in Bellingham, WA. We have used wikis and blogs too. Lots to learn here, I would love to hear how you are using wikis and blogs!
At 11:55pm on June 19, 2007, Jane Lowe said…
Thanks Gary. I didn't realise how much great stuff is out there. You just need to know where to look.
At 11:38pm on June 19, 2007, Garry McNeilly said…
Hi Jane,
The video i found in Classroom 2.0. I just put it there to show my wife...she teaches lower grades.


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