Gail Poulin
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  • Easthampton, MA
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Norris Elementary, Southampton
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http://poulingail.edublogs.org
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About Me
I teach in a full day kindergarten classroom. We are located in Southampton, MA. Our day is crammed full of work (not the kindergarten I used to know) but I would love to have some small connection with other K level classrooms so we can share the world wide essence of the internet.

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At 10:17pm on January 11, 2009, Allison said…
This is my first time blogging and absolutely love your page. This is my second year teaching kindergarten in Sultan Washington. We have 600 students in our school. I had no idea how to blog with kindergartners and love your star student video. Great job!
At 4:04pm on January 11, 2009, Colette Cassinelli said…
Thanks for commenting on my blog. I hear ya! Teachers are overworked and under appreciated. Besides the comment I left at http://edtechvision.org/?p=483 I also think being "over our head" is part of the learning process. That uncomfortable feeling between not understanding and understanding is either what motivate us to continue on and learn or stop and give up. I think the support structure around "teachers as learners" needs to be safe and encouraging with folks there to encourage you to keep trying.

Thanks for the conversation!
At 6:22pm on December 1, 2008, Gail Poulin said…
Web 2.0 programs are rapidly becoming tools of choice for a growing body of classroom educators, who are discovering that they provide compelling teaching and learning opportunities.
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