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At 1:00pm on February 11, 2012, Anne Evans said…

Guten tag, Hans! I look forward to collaborating with you in this flat world. I am a workshop leader and consultant for the IB (International Baccalaureate), teacher and retired principal. I was raised in Germany, across the street from the home of Herr Doktor Adenauer! I have fond memories of Germany......... right now, I am settled in California, my home base for excursions around the world for teacher training and school inspections!

At 10:18am on November 26, 2011, Rita Zeinstejer said…

Hi, Hans, I do celebrate meeting likeminded people from different spots in the world thanks to the marvel of the Internet! Thank you for contacting me, I'll join your blog and post about our diet in Argentina. 

Best regards from Rosario, Argentina,



At 5:16am on November 26, 2011, Christopher Gagnon said…

The 6th graders at Chichester Central School in Chichester, New Hampshire (USA), would like to invite you to participate in our blog.  We have created a blog, which we hope will allow us to explore varying diets from around the world.  Our goal is to understand what other country’s diets consist of and what they consider to be healthy.  Here in New Hampshire, we eat a lot of seafood and lobsters as we are so close to the Atlantic Ocean.  We also grow and eat fresh corn, apples, strawberries, blueberries and even pumpkins.  If you are interested, please visit our blog at cgagnon.edublogs.org and respond to the “World Diets” page.  If you respond, it would be helpful if you could include which country or area of the world you are responding from.  If you are not interested, it would be much appreciated if you could pass this along to a friend or colleague that may be. 

We here in New Hampshire look forward to your response.  Thanks

-Chris Gagnon – 6th grade teacher


Die 6. Klasse in Chichester Central School in Chichester, New Hampshire (USA), möchten Sie einladen, in unserem Blog zu beteiligen. Wir haben ein Blog, und wir hoffen, wird uns erlauben, verschiedene Diäten aus der ganzen Welt zu erforschen. Unser Ziel ist es zu verstehen, was andere Land der Ernährung bestehen und was sie als gesund zu sein. Hier in New Hampshire, wir essen viel Fisch und Hummer, wie wir so nah an den Atlantischen Ozean. Wir wachsen und essen frischer Mais, Äpfel, Erdbeeren, Heidelbeeren und sogar Kürbisse. Wenn Sie interessiert sind, besuchen Sie bitte unseren Blog unter cgagnon.edublogs.org und reagieren auf die "World Diets"-Seite. Wenn Sie antworten, wäre es hilfreich, wenn Sie beinhalten könnte, in welchem ​​Land oder Gebiet der Welt, die du aus reagiert. Wenn Sie nicht daran interessiert sind, wäre es sehr geschätzt, wenn Sie diese zusammen an einen Freund oder Kollegen, die möglicherweise passieren könnte.

 Wir hier in New Hampshire freuen uns auf Ihre Antwort. Dank

 -Chris Gagnon - 6. Klasse Lehrer

At 7:54am on December 17, 2010, MsLisaKate said…

Im sorry what do you mean?

At 7:38pm on November 30, 2010, Lisa Durff said…
Say Merry Christmas in your language to the 1st grade at Broadfording http://voicethread.com/?#u7486.b154435
At 11:05am on July 28, 2010, Vanessa W. McCoy said…
Hello, thank you for adding me.
At 12:42pm on July 7, 2010, Marisa Constantinides said…
Hello and thanks for adding me to your list of friends, Hans! :-)
At 2:19am on January 24, 2010, Hans Feldmeier said…
Hello Antonio,

yes you´re right!
Good luck to do it!

At 4:32pm on January 23, 2010, Antonio Prieto said…
Hello Hans,

I´m very pleased of knowing you. I´m just starting to deal with Web 2.0 tools for education and it´s better learning together with other teachers than on your own. That´s why I´ve joined this network.
Well, these days I´m "fighting" with edu20.org and moodle. I´ve just created a moodle class on http://clase20.com.edumoot.com, hosted by "Key to School".
I hope I´ll have time for sharing my experiences.

Greetings from Motril (Granada)
At 2:30am on January 6, 2010, Reba Gordon Matthews said…
Hello Hans, Glad to be added as a colleague.
I will be looking forward to learning from your ideas. Our school staff is new to Web 2.o, but they are ready and willing .......and allowing me to give them that push.

At 5:06am on January 3, 2010, Hans Feldmeier said…
Hey Anna, thanks for your interest! And let us share context!
At 4:39am on January 3, 2010, Anna Mavroudi said…
Hi Hans, I would recommend the book "Web 2.0: new tools, new schools". I personally found it really interesting.
At 3:31am on December 24, 2009, José A. Romero said…
Hi, Hans. Nice to meet you
At 12:07am on December 15, 2009, ddn59@7taddaw said…
Olá Otávio!
Eu adoraria participar de sua comunidade sim!!
Será que você poderia me convidar?
Forte abraço,
At 12:46pm on November 22, 2009, Evelyn Frank said…
Hallo Hans, kannst du evt. jemandem mit Rat helfen zum Thema Fonter? Er musste von Moodle auf Fonter umsteigen und hat heute ein wenig über Twitter nachgefragt, ob jemand mit Fonter arbeitet. Soweit ich mich erinnere benützt ihr doch Fonter, oder? Web: http://www.blog.initiatived21.de
Twitter: twitter.com/scheppler...vielleicht kennst du ihn ja auch. Er hat einen guten, interessanten Blog zum Thema web 2.0.
Hab leider keine Mailadresse von dir, deshalb geb ich ihm mal diese Webseitadresse
Gruß aus München
At 11:27pm on October 10, 2009, Ken Greene said…
Hello Mr. Feldmeier. I am a general music teacher in Memphis, TN, and new to Classroom 2.0. I found your page while browsing the members area and wanted to invite you to participate in an online classroom/cultural exchange - your students and my students communicating with each other, sharing their work and developing a global relationship (for lack of a better term). Please let me know if you would like to try this. It has proven to be a successful way for my students to develop their communication skills and strengthen their appreciation for other cultures - nationally and internationally. I have a Voicethread posted on my page if you want to have a look - this would be an easy way for our students to communicate. You can also check out my students' projects on our music web page at http://web.me.com/knrgreene/RMSMusicMediaNetwork/Welcome.html. Hope to hear from you!
At 4:47pm on June 26, 2009, Martine Garland said…
Thanks Hans - very excited to be here in Classroom 2.0, lots to learn and lots to share :)
At 11:19am on June 7, 2009, fernando albuquerque costa said…
Hi Hans,
Thanks for your words. Yse, Lisbon is very nice indeed!
Thanks for the invitation. It will be a pleasure!
See you soon
At 4:06am on May 24, 2009, Gail Mitchell said…
Hi Hans
I will have a look at all of the links. My students are 8-9 years old. I have a class website and each student has their own blog. The site is http://ourvoice2009year4.wikispaces.com
At 5:35pm on May 23, 2009, Gail Mitchell said…
Hi Hans
Nice to meet you. I am not using Mahara but have heard about it. When I was working in New Zealand, I was working with Knowledge Net , a learning management system. In Australia, the concept of e-portfolios is really at an infant stage, if just beginning at all. I am going to use blogs for my students to create their e-portfolios. I have to be careful with this re age of my students and safety. I am a little concerned about whether this will support the true purpose of an e-portfolio, but my main focus for my MAsters is developing my practice in developing students who know how to teach themselves and who are reflective, self-directed learers.
I want to improve my knowledge of audio and video for reflection, rather than just having written reflections posted on a blog. I also want to encourage peer, parent and teacher feedback.
Any ideas would be greatly appreciated or any sites or links that you think would be helpful, please pass these my way. I would also be interested in collaborating or chatting to other people who are interested in this field. I will follow your link and will keep in touch.


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