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At 12:41am on June 20, 2014, JS said…

Thank you for welcoming me to the network! 

At 3:41am on May 4, 2012, andrew aker said…

Ni hao!  If you are always willing to learn that means you are a "Hao Laoshi"  ( Good Teacher )  I've been using Rosetta Stone and Pimsleur to learn some Japanese!  What tools do you feel work best for teaching language?

At 8:37am on May 2, 2012, andrew aker said…

Thanks for the add Jessica.  Hope to discuss language with you here!  Ni hui shuo zhongwen ma?

At 3:23pm on September 13, 2011, Nanette Thomas said…
Thanks for joining me...I look forward to sharing info and ideas!
At 8:13pm on May 12, 2011, Troy Seyfert said…
No. I live in Waukesha and teach in Pewaukee. Recently applied for a tech position in Waukesha.
At 10:30am on April 27, 2011, Erika Podlovics said…
Thanks for the friend add Jessica!
At 10:16pm on March 24, 2010, Susan Gaboriau said…
Thank you! I am new to this and very excited. I love all the collaborating! I am meeting a lot of awesome educators.
At 10:39am on March 8, 2010, Gene Rampenthal said…
Actually I'm an Illinoisan who lives far enough north in Illinois (Lena) that we made frequent forays into Wisconsin. We often went to Monroe. I love the Kettle Moraine area around East Troy. One of my main concerns with education in America is the stifling effect of high stakes testing. I also believe the single most effective way to improve our schools is to reduce class size rather than invest in expensive programs and palatial schools.
At 11:50pm on February 21, 2010, Gene Rampenthal said…
Hello, Jessica, My wife and I have some fond memories from the area around Milwaukee. We met at New Tribes Bible Institute in Waukesha and became engaged when we worked at a Camp Timberlee near East Troy. Much of my elementary teaching experience was in southeast Asia teaching missionaries children.
At 4:17am on January 14, 2010, Shelly Terrell said…
Happy Birthday! Hope you had a great day!
At 6:29am on November 22, 2009, Claudia Daggett said…
Thanks for "friending" -- a nice welcome. And nice to hear from Milwaukee, since I grew up in Racine. :-)
At 11:12am on November 9, 2009, Dena Budrecki said…
Thank you!
At 8:41pm on November 8, 2009, Sandra Goodrich said…
Thanks for leaving the birthday wishes! I'm just now getting around to my messages.
At 5:01pm on November 4, 2009, Lori Myers Princiotto said…
It was very sweet of you to with me a happy b-day! Thanks!!
At 7:08pm on November 1, 2009, Isabel said…
Hi!
What languages do you teach?
At 4:04pm on October 28, 2009, Dr. Loreta H. Ulmer said…
Thank you so much!!!

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