I am certified to teach history 6-12, English 6-12, broadfield social studies 6-9, and reading 1 -12. I had the opportunity to attend the Project Zero Classroom in July, 2009. I had been teaching language arts, 7th grade, since 2000, but was displaced spring of 2009 and placed in two high schools. I will be teaching western civ, American Issues, and Global Issues.
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Hello Linda, when you are online on classroom 2.0, it is indicated on the LHS that you are online. So, click on Steve Hargadon's page and see if he is online. You can chat to him. Or down the bottom of your page, there is a classroom2.0 chat, indicating how many are online. If Steve is there, just start talking to him. I think that is what he means by 'pinging'. It is a lot of work learning all these tools but there are a lot of people here to help you. If you would like to ask others, goto the discussions link on the LHS of your page, and add a discussion. Use a heading that indicates what you are asking and hopefully others will respond. Why dont you try it?
Hi Linda, back to your problem with the image. Do you save it once you have browsed and uploaded it? The other thing to try would be to put the image you want online, in eg flickr or picassa and see if you can get it that way. Like Nancy, I cant think why it will not work either.