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At 10:56pm on February 09, 2011, Joanne Kaminski gave Jan Wells a gift
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This wonderful necklace goes to an amazing teacher.
At 10:53pm on February 9, 2011, Joanne Kaminski said…
Yea!  I have another friend.  It is good to see you in this forum.  See you tomorrow!
At 10:07pm on July 8, 2010, Deborah West said…
By all means! I bet we will have several classes or groups of students who would want to work with you. We never found anyone in Kansas last year! Let's keep in touch!
At 4:29pm on June 28, 2010, Shannon Hill said…
Thanks Jan!!! I have used some of her projects in the past. We are getting one on one computers this year and some other equipment to move our classrooms into the 21st century. My problem is time. It is hard to find the time when reading takes up a large amount of your time. How is your schedule? Where do you fit in PBL?
At 9:54pm on January 3, 2010, Jan Wells said…
Thanks. Where are you located? Would you be interested in connecting our classes in some way? Our students start back on Tuesday. We have professional development Monday. Talk to you later.
At 10:48am on January 3, 2010, Alison Bullock said…
Hi Jan,
I teach a 5/4 split, and my class is French Immersion, so we do 1/2 the curriculum in French.
 
 
 

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