Amy Thompson
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At 6:18am on May 22, 2009, christy wiley said…
I talked to her a little bit the other day at the inservice. But we didn't talk about writing. I will have to chat with her. Happy Friday
At 6:00am on May 22, 2009, Cathy said…
Amy, I noticed that some of the people we invited signed up and are now members of classroom 2.0 but they are not listed on our group site. We may need to help them navigate to the site. I think there is a list titled group invite that they have to click on once they are members, but they might not have seen it when they signed on.
At 10:41am on May 21, 2009, Libby Cornman said…
I love drop.io although I haven't used it for a while. So many options out there. I have been exploring webspiration (collaborative online inspiration) and having fun with that.
At 9:36am on January 17, 2009, Cathy said…
Someone just left me this site a few days ago; feel free to check it out. It looks pretty cool. http://www.wiziq.com/tour/online-educational-platform-teachers-learners.aspx
At 9:33am on January 17, 2009, Cathy said…
There really is a lot of great information on this site. During the summer months I really spent a lot of time searching through the posts. It's pretty cool. I am a member of a reading group on here; you could find it on my site if you would like to join. The people in the group read a lot of the books we have read The Mosaic of Thought, Reading With Meaning, Strategies That Work, Etc... I think you would like it. BTY: I love your google doc! That is amazing! It must have taken you a long time to put that together. Susie and I always say we need to start keeping a log of what we use and what we do to teach the craft lesson; It really would make our lives much easier. Severaly years back when we team taught we spent some time keeping a scribe of each others lessons. I will find it and send it to you; I know I have it saved on my ibook at work.
 
 
 

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