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12 comments:

  1. I love the literacy shop talk. You have some great media of what your school looks like. I wonder if you could have some more student testimonials about what does literacy means. Great blog and I like your pages.

    Mr. Johnston
    Saigon South International School
    http://blog.ssis.edu.vn/gjohnston/

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    1. Thank you, Gary. Yes, I plan to have students write guest blogs for the site as well. They have begun blogging and posting, so I want to give them a little experience first. Thank you so much for taking the time to read my blog. I will be presenting at ICE next week. Keep in touch!

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  2. Hello Ms. Neidlinger,
    Mrs. Kriese here from Austin, Texas. Our students have enjoyed communicating with each other in the Edublogs student challenge for two semesters now! With your permission, I'd like to link your class blog on ours at http://wrmstkriese.edublogs.org. I know our kids would enjoy the connection, and I would appreciate the opportunity to learn from your example!

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    1. That sounds great! I will also add your class to the tab above titled, #teach2blog. I connected with these teachers through Twitter. We started a Google Doc w/ our information to share. Email me, and I will send you the link to our spreadsheet. Thank you for contacting me. We participate in the Blogging Challenge and are now connecting with classes from around the country. I look forward to hearing from you.

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  3. I would spend the day writing all my life work down in a note book then put it in a mall on the floor, someone will pick it up read it and I'll have a note saying after you read the notebook put it back on the ground. People will know me in my poems, notes, story's, and a photo of me.

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  4. Its pleasure to read such great post.

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  6. This was a really great sharing but the student blog links can not be opened on a new tab making it difficult to browse.

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  7. Good post. Thank you for share this article.

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  8. Hello Mrs. Neidlinger, Its Gillian Robertson from your 7th grade English class in 2013-2014 year. I was wondering if you still had the html to my old blog so maybe I could figure out a way to file it into my future resemes? I was going to use it since I was one of the chosen students to speak in front of the board of directors that year for the Elearning processes and how it can benefit our students, and I just feel that if im going to a field that would incorperate speach into the cirriculum for schools that it would be a good thing to put into a reseme for Jobs as well. Thank you if you can do this for me, if not nevermind! I miss your class very much!

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    1. The easiest way to get ahold of me is by my main email of gillianrobertson01@gmail.com . I would love to get in touch and try to figure this out. Thank you.

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