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At 6:30pm on April 12, 2009, James Edward Charles Webber said…
Andrew
http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b00jhp58 re :your recent Gaming post

thanks
Jim
At 11:30pm on April 3, 2009, Lisa Ma said…
thank you Andrew for your welcoming comment. It would be nice to consider myself technology literate however with how fast applications are coming online with Web2.0 there is alot to get my head around. Especially with thinking how to use this in the secondary classroom to engage students in some deep and mearningful learning. I am currently studying to become a secondary teacher. My hats off to those of you are already teaching and working to use technology in your lessons.
At 6:19pm on March 27, 2009, Catalina Salinas said…
Hello Andrew!

Thank you for the welcome and the comments. I also look forward to communicating here in Classroom 2.0.

The one thing I love the most about Monterrey is our mountains - we are surrounded by them :) I'll look for some good pics and upload.
At 8:37pm on January 31, 2009, Jack said…
Hi Andrew. I was wondering if you have students or educator friends who would be interested in participating in a nationwide SAT Vocab Video Contest @ MIT university. You can view contest details at BrainyFlix.com Please let me know. Thanks!
At 7:34am on March 31, 2008, Drew Beatty said…
Hi Andrew,

If the work can be done remotely, and by a Canadian, I would be interested in hearing more about your project. I am an Educator in the TDSB, specializing in science and technology. I integrate several different social media tools into my curriculum.

Please feel free to contact me through my page if you think I would be suitable.

Regards,

Drew
At 6:58am on March 31, 2008, Kathleen said…
Hi Andrew, I am interested in doing some work on 2.0 tools. I am in Chicago and I work in an elementary school that has experienced a technology explosion in the past year. I really enjoy being a pioneer and would love to help out.
At 8:07am on March 4, 2008, Meghan Connelly said…
Hi Andrew! I checked out your living textbook and I love it. It is exactly what students need today! I agree completely that you can't know what is going to be in it until the issues and topics develop! If you get a chance, check out my site at SEEdebate.org - it is a current events discussion website that gets students talking about international news. It seems that our ideas compliment each other!
At 1:08pm on February 15, 2008, Nancy Bosch said…
It is exciting, I teach in a special ed program for gifted students and have many of them for 4-5 years in a row while they are in elementary schools. I usually don't hear a word when they go to middle school but then they seek me out in high school or college. I've even heard from some of my "old" kids, like Julie, who are close to 30.
At 8:25pm on February 10, 2008, Kelley Irish said…
I think it is a great idea to offer it. So many people can't afford to go to MACUL this year as districts have cur back on funding!

I am planning on bringing my OLPC and seeing if there is anyone else out there with one. would love to try out the Mess network!

I won one of the Michigan Champions Grants so I will be staying at the Radison Thursday night with fellow teachers. Is there are pre-conference evening planned this year? That might be a great place for people to meet.
At 6:49pm on February 10, 2008, Rick Kulick said…
Hello Andy,

Yes, I went to UM and didn't want to leave Ann Arbor. I taught at Dexter High School, just west of Ann Arbor.

Is your company tied to a line of textbooks, or do you provide curriculum for entire subject categories? In other words, who do you service? Entire districts or particular subject areas?
At 1:49pm on February 9, 2008, Larry Ferlazzo said…
Andrew,

Thanks for telling me about the new site. I'll check it out.

Larry
At 1:06pm on February 9, 2008, Sylvia Martinez said…
I live in Los Angeles - see you at CUE in Palm Springs?
At 5:31pm on February 8, 2008, Nancy Bosch said…
Sounds like a good idea, I'll take a look-see. N
At 9:06pm on November 30, 2007, Scott Walker said…
Andrew, I noticed that you might be presenting about blogging at the CR2.0. Will this be about student or teacher blogging?
At 3:04pm on November 17, 2007, Elif said…
Thanks Andy
Happy to be here :-)
At 12:24am on October 28, 2007, mystro2b said…
Andy-
In response to your comment on my video:
I just uploaded an audio podcast to my classroom 2.0 blog here: http://www.classroom20.com/profiles/blog/show?id=649749%3ABlogPost%3A67290
Let me know if something like that would be appropriate for a guest blog on your classroom20blog-
thanks
-Ken
At 5:12pm on October 5, 2007, Lucy Gray said…
Yes, collaborative lesson planning could working using Ning!
At 4:03pm on October 5, 2007, Rich White said…
Thanks for the interview and the blog post Andrew !

Regards !
Rich
@ http://rich.greenbush.us
At 3:43am on October 3, 2007, David Truss said…
Hi Andrew,
I added your 'The Current Events in Education'
widget to the new Ning network FieldFindr
http://fieldfindr.ning.com/
Hope that is all right with you,
Dave
At 5:01pm on September 30, 2007, David Truss said…
Hello Andrew,
I just discovered your Current Events Blog... Brilliant!

I will be passing this on to some teachers at my school. Thanks!

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