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Geri Coats commented on Steve J. Moore's group Google Tools for Teachers
"@Shirly Miller I've been using blogger with my classes as well and run into similar issues. I post an article for them to read every week and they need to respond to it in the comments. I orginally was going to have them respond on pages for…"
Oct 14, 2010
Geri Coats commented on Steve J. Moore's group Google Tools for Teachers
"I've been using Google a LOT since spring break. created an account for whole class to use, they can do assignments in googledocs, I set up a dashboard for them, a calendar, etc. LoViNg It!!"
Apr 23, 2010
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Apr 11, 2010
Geri Coats left a comment for Lisa Michelle Dabbs
"Hey! it's good to find other Cali members here!"
Apr 11, 2010
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Apr 11, 2010
Geri Coats and Lisa Michelle Dabbs are now friends
Apr 11, 2010
Geri Coats left a comment for Kathryn
"I've been a member here for a while, but just started playing around with it lately. figured if I want to teach teachers about pln, i should know about the 'educators pln' I'm a member of :) most of the teachers I know think…"
Apr 1, 2010
Kathryn left a comment for Geri Coats
"I'm more active on Twitter as well. I've tried to explain Twitter and my PLN at school, but nobody gets it or even cares. Sad, but not surprising. I value my PLN so much. Yours was the first comment I'd ever gotten on here. I had no…"
Apr 1, 2010
Geri Coats left a comment for Kathryn
"I know what you mean about the cities. According to almost all nonCalifornians that I've ever met they think we all surf, and although the state is huge it consists of LA, SF and SD. ;) I teach 9th grade intervention Language Arts, and 10th…"
Apr 1, 2010
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Apr 1, 2010
Kathryn left a comment for Geri Coats
"Hi Geri. I teach 5th grade, but I'm actually in Ventura. I put Santa Barbara for a couple of reasons: 1) most people outside of CA haven't heard of Ventura or the small cities around it 2) I've been dealing with a stalker, so I'm…"
Apr 1, 2010
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Geri Coats left a comment for Kathryn
"Hey! I teach in Santa Maria, where do you teach in SB? what level? Geri"
Apr 1, 2010
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At 8:00pm on April 1, 2010, Kathryn said…
I'm more active on Twitter as well. I've tried to explain Twitter and my PLN at school, but nobody gets it or even cares. Sad, but not surprising. I value my PLN so much.

Yours was the first comment I'd ever gotten on here. I had no idea this was like a Facebook type thing. How embarrassing! I'm going to try to use this more. Thanks for getting me started on it =)
At 7:06pm on April 1, 2010, Kathryn said…
Hi Geri. I teach 5th grade, but I'm actually in Ventura. I put Santa Barbara for a couple of reasons: 1) most people outside of CA haven't heard of Ventura or the small cities around it 2) I've been dealing with a stalker, so I'm a little more careful lately.

What grade do you teach? There are so few CA teachers in my PLN. It's great to meet you!
 
 
 

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