My new friend Kyle Pace send me a message on Twitter on Wednesday asking me about my Wallwisher activities I had been doing with my students.  I sent him a few links, and he messaged me back saying he had left a message on our Haiti wall with a resource.

When my 5th grade class came in yesterday, my students were so excited.  He had shared an earthquake simulator, that they LOVED.

How cool that my students got to learn something new from a teacher they had never met before!  I am constantly amazed at how powerful social media can be for learning at all ages. 

Thanks, Kyle!

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    Hello, Just wanted to let you know that I just added you to the Notebook's <a href"http://www.thenotebook.org/blog">blogroll. I also subscribed to your RSS feed so I can include your posts in our daily Notes from the news roundups. It looks like you're really tapped into the local tech teacher blogger community, so please let me know if there are any other blogs or sites we should know about. Thanks!

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    How flattering, Erika! I love the Notebook and enjoy reading it when it comes to my school. I will check your blogroll and see what you might be missing šŸ™‚ Thanks for stopping by!

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