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Janice Friesen said in May 18th, 2011 at 5:57 am

Thanks for mentioning the Book Review site in the podcast. I am excited about combining with yours. What a great way to use QR codes! I especially like the audio.

I wanted to mention a project that I will be doing this summer in case there is anyone teaching summer school who may want to participate. I will write a blog about traveling in Greece, London and Denmark. The goal is to talk about every day life in different places. I plan to use a lot of video.

I have done this before (http://2010-sharing.blogspot.com/ – Bethlehem, http://jfriesen.edublogs.org/ – Greece and Turkey, and each of those links to others).

A teacher in Wisconsin who has followed me with her classes several summers says that it is a great way to have something different than test-prep to do during Summer School. She just takes 15 min or so out of class at the end to check on it and add comments or questions.

Thanks again, Janice

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Neddy said in June 3rd, 2011 at 1:44 am

Thanks for the feature hahaha.

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Anna said in June 4th, 2011 at 11:31 pm

Your application made me laugh! I love it! But also felt the need to warn teachers. :)

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