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At 11:33am on August 2, 2011, Jamie Hill said…


I was so excited to see that you commented on my blog. I couldnt believe that you asked about my PBL projects. Your book Reinventing Project-Based Learning has been a staple in my project creation. I would love to answer any questions you might have about the PBLs I created. Shoot me an email anytime. This is so exciting!


At 1:06pm on June 29, 2011, Rita Mulholland said…
I want to delete my Classroom 2 page; how do I do it? I no longer wish to have a page.
At 7:44am on June 9, 2011, Elizabeth von Toll said…
How do you remove a colleague from your friends list?
At 9:43pm on April 3, 2011, Neeta Dang said…
HI. jane. I had a picture of yours even before I knew that you were a host here and doing innumerable other things.  My query is how can I participate in the programmes of classroom 2.0 about which I get information through my mail. I have a page of myself in the Classroom  site. Thanks in advance. 
At 7:05am on October 7, 2010, George Grachis said…
Jane or anyone is there a blog here somewhere dealing with the process of writing and publishing a book? I'm looking at self publishing on fast pencil as it appears a good idea is still hard to sell to a real publisher.... Unless you are famous and then thay come to you! LOL Thanks
At 6:27am on August 27, 2010, Mary Hosier said…
Thanks, Jane. I can put out an invitation. I think this would be an excellent way for our teachers to meet each other. I assume you have the Classroom 2.0 site set up to filter spam and profanity. Of course I would monitor the group, but it is a concern since I'm busy with other content. Could you comment on this?
At 12:30pm on August 26, 2010, Mary Hosier said…
Hi Jane,
Journey North would like to integrate Classroom 2.0 into our existing programs for K-12 students. Journey North involves over 23,000 classrooms by engaging students in the study of animal migrations and seasonal change. We'd love to partner with you to pull some of these teachers into Classroom 2.0 so they have a way to communicate between themselves and the writers for Journey North. Could you offer some suggestions about how to get started? Thanks! Mary Hosier, Journey North
At 8:33am on August 13, 2010, Justin Bramhall said…
Thanks Jane. And thanks for bringing this website to my attention. I've already spent multiple hours on here getting great ideas and tools :)

Thanks for the well facilitated workshop last week. I got a lot out of it!
At 6:06pm on August 9, 2010, Kathleen Barber said…
Great! I will send it on to my team! We need to add a few things for 8th grade and supplement with our students weaknesses from 7th. Again, thanks.

At 6:04pm on August 9, 2010, Telannia Norfar said…
But, of course! :) How can I not join your group?
At 6:03pm on August 9, 2010, Kathleen Barber said…
Thanks, Jane. Will be looking more this week!
At 1:46pm on August 9, 2010, Bonnie Marks said…
Hi Jane, I'll look forward to seeing what you'v been working on with PBL.
At 8:53am on July 4, 2010, David Bill said…
Thanks. I'm looking forward to learning and sharing with ya'll. Have a great 4th!
At 9:23pm on May 17, 2010, Valeria Guerra said…
Hi Jane,

I'm a teacher from Uruguay, Latin America, and I'm new to this community. I have some doubts about the webinars. Because of time differences among countries it's almost imposible to attend to events live. However I read on Classroom 2.0's e-mails that you can access recordings. Some of them I found but there was one of particular interest for me that I couldn't find, the name was Web 2.0 Students, What is it all about?
Could it be that there aren't recordings of that?
Thanks in advance for your help!
At 4:02pm on April 29, 2010, Helen Crompton said…
Oh, I liked your comments in the ISTE L&L with Tech journal
At 4:02pm on April 29, 2010, Helen Crompton said…
Hi Jane,
Are the classroom sessions recorded? I missed the one the other day about adolescence. Is there anywhere we can go to watch it?

At 9:58am on March 10, 2010, Joel Solomon said…
I'm not familiar with this project. Our district uses a lot of Lucy Caulkins' work to support writing. I was more interested in sharing instructional strategies with teachers, with vivid verb lesson as the vehicle. However, the applications of these strategies fit any subject.
At 6:48am on March 1, 2010, Kevin Gant said…
Jane, thanks for the welcome! I love the discussions.

Also - wrote you a message to your inbox, hopefully.

At 10:22pm on February 2, 2010, elizabeth helfant said…
Pictures were of our trip to Havasu Falls- in a side canyon of the Grand Canyon- really great place- I'm really interested in PBL- think Dean Groom will be at school this summer to lead us in some stuff-
At 12:56pm on February 2, 2010, Richard Hinkel said…
Yes. The south coast is beautiful. I'm planted here either surfing or watching the ocean.
We lived in Eugene too. It's a great place to live as well.
Thanks for the welcome.


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