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Comment by Sandy Hirtz on November 18, 2009 at 8:27am
Thanks for the invite and the opportunity Sue. Prior to the meeting, joinees may want to listen to the videos which have been posted from Steve Hargadon on the CR 2.0 group page. The interview from CUE BC 10 mins. and the sessional with Steve that introduces Elluminate and Steve's overview of educational-social networking.
Join the BC CR2.0 group to continue the conversation.
Comment by Dave on November 12, 2009 at 1:55pm
I now have students blogging. Got o our class blog for details. and the blogroll is down the right side. Any comments are welcome. If a teacher would like to do some collaboration with their classes, just contact me, bircherd@gmail.com. THX.!

http://history30.edublogs.org
Comment by suehellman on October 6, 2009 at 8:06am
Hey eh? -- Steve Hargadon will be in Vancouver/Surrey at CUEBC and then to do a full Saturday Classroom 2.0 collaborative day on Saturday Oct. 24. Please see the discussion above. I've provided links and attached a flyer.

PS has anyone noticed that the map has finally started working again?
Comment by Dave on September 29, 2009 at 10:07am
Check out my7 Gr. 12 History blog and leave comments if you wish. Bring your students as well. Current events/CCT done here with a little fun as well. http://history30.edublogs.org
Comment by suehellman on August 23, 2009 at 1:08pm
FYI: The CUEBC Horizons conference is October 22-24 and this year we all get an extra day for the money. Steve Hargadon (this year's keynote) will be running an all day workshop on the Saturday and there is no additional cost. Here's the link to the agenda: http://www.cuebcconference.ca./index.php?aku=YWN0aW9uPXNjaGVkdWxl. I hope to meet some of you there!
Comment by suehellman on March 7, 2009 at 12:24pm
You may want to get in on the beta of LearnCentral -- Steve Hargadon's newest venture with the people at Elluminate (announced last week in the Classroom 2.0 webinar on Social Networks). Also if you're interested in using Freepath, they're going commercial soon -- deals will be available to those already in the beta. For more information take a look at my March 7 blog.
Comment by suehellman on February 27, 2009 at 8:59am
This week's discussion has some information on possible tax savings for Canadians -- some of which are for this year only. Also if you have a moment, you might want to look back at Feb. 8. There's an Aussie teacher looking for schools in Canada to visit.
Comment by suehellman on February 24, 2009 at 8:56am
Hi all -- added a new discussion -- with links to my latest blog on Pi Day, Earth Day & problem based learning, and a link to a posdcast on 'articulating vision'.

Re grey map -- it's fine in Internet Explorer. Do we want to keep it or try starting over? Please email me. NQ
Comment by Dave on February 16, 2009 at 8:55am
Just did a post on school time, calendars, etc. Comments are most welcome.

http://birchbark.wordpress.com/2009/02/16/the-time-debate/
Comment by Gary McFarlane on February 1, 2009 at 11:41am
a) Yes
b) Yes
c) Seeing grey in same part.
 

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