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At 9:12pm on November 20, 2007, Jack Phelps said…
Hi Jane~ I'm wondering if you'd mind if I posted a bit of a promotion in the XO community. My company, ChitChat (http://ChitCh.at), bought a couple of XOs, and is giving one away on December 7th to a random teacher who signs up. We're just launching, so I'm looking for some leads and thought it might be a mutually valuable proposition. But if you think it's shameless self promotion, feel free to ignore me. Best of luck! -Jack
At 11:40am on November 9, 2007, Paula Don said…
Hi, Jane! Can't wait to see the book. I have been sending some new resources over to you through del.icio.us network. Miss you!! Let's try to be in the same place at the same time sometime soon...
At 4:16pm on October 15, 2007, Jane Krauss said…
Hey, Andy! Nice to meet you. I wrote a blog entry about the power of these tools for professional development (my main interest). Here it is, Social Networks and Education: http://reinventingpbl.blogspot.com/2007/10/social-networks-and-education_08.html
I'll be interested in your take on the various environments you and Sally are examining.
At 5:54pm on October 11, 2007, samccoy said…
Jane:
Thanks for the comment! I have been following Monarch butterfly migration with various classes on and off throughout the years. First through Monarch Watch, Chip Taylor at Univ. of KS, and later I added the work of Dr. Oberman when she started Journey North. It is all good!
At 1:57am on October 8, 2007, samccoy said…
Look forward to chatting with you at TappedIN on the 18th. I read your blog here and elsewhere. I don't see that I commented on your paper cranes, but I have seen some in CR2.0.
Honoring Sadako and the Japanese who died at Nagasaki and Hiroshima is very honorable. Sadako and the Thousand Paper Cranes was a very moving story, and I have never forgotten it.
At 12:59pm on October 6, 2007, Jane Krauss said…
Thank you for your generous comments and your donation toward the XO! I'll track your blog and hope to learn from you. I know about GenYES, will check out Sylvia's blog, too. Thanks, James!
At 12:37pm on October 6, 2007, James Hollis said…
Great blog! You definitely have an interesting perspective on things with your unique background. I especially like the discussion on project-based learning. I had a great deal of success using the GenYES program (see 2.0 member Sylvia Martinez) in the middle school. It does take a little work to change from a traditional learning style but the rewards are incredible. Not only do I enjoy teaching more, the kids are obviously learning more than ever and intrinsic motivation seems to bloom once again in the heart of the learner.

Cheers!

Jim
At 7:36pm on September 6, 2007, Lee Ann Spillane said…
Hi, Jane!
How excited was I to see you here on Classroom 2.0. I'm using my blog here to journal about using digital tools and tech issues I'm facing as I mentor teachers through a tech grant here in Orange County. Thank you for all you taught me while in Orlando...I've been flickring and zooming and learning so much since you and Paula left.

Best,
Lee Ann
At 10:40am on July 6, 2007, LindaH said…
Hi Jane :-)
At 10:16am on July 2, 2007, Suzie Boss said…
Lots of familiar faces here! Looking forward to ongoing conversations about Classroom 2.0.
At 9:28am on July 2, 2007, Jane Krauss said…
Hey, there you are! I just sent you email.
Thanks for the reminder below, I was trying to figure out the connection, knew there had to be one.
The book is due in November (makes me crazy!) but you can preorder on Amazon!!
jkrauss
At 10:19pm on June 29, 2007, Lynne Wolters said…
Jane, it is so nice to see you and hear about your continuing leadership in education. I still show your Classrooms at Work video to all of my students.

Two years ago I asked you if you could "come out to play". Your answer was delightful. I regret not being able to pull something together that was worthy of your time.

Is your new book widely available? If not, where can it be purchased?

Again, I'm delighted to be able to reconnect. Welcome to Classroom 2.0.

"L"
At 1:40pm on June 18, 2007, Tom Hemingway said…
Hi Jane, and welcome! I think you'll find a lot of people here who are interested in what you're doing. Tom
At 11:42am on June 18, 2007, Hans Feldmeier said…
Hi Jane, welcome from Germany!
Check my group DigiSkills (about digital teaching methods ... blogging, wikis, podcasting, webquests...) on Classroom 2.0 and feel free to join as well.
Greetings
Hans

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