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Our First Week In Grade 1

September 11, 2010

It has been such an exciting first week in Grade 1! The students are fantastic, and I have had so much fun learning with them. Below is an Animoto Slideshow showing some of the highlights of this week. Enjoy watching this video with your child! What did your child enjoy most about this week? I would love it if you would leave a comment here and let me know.

Can’t wait to hear what you have to say!


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  1. Wow Aviva! What a wonderful week. Thanks for sharing it with us! I loved watching it. You've done so many great things this week! I'm sure you'll do amazing things this year. Your students are so lucky to have you!

  2. Thanks Greta! I'm so glad that you liked the slideshow, and I really appreciate your kind words too. I love what you do with your students as well, and you continue to inspire me with what I can do with mine!


  3. I saw me a few times and I saw Avery too I saw Dana also I like seeing my friends on the slide show. Thanks Miss Dunsiger.


  4. I'm so glad that you like seeing your friends on the slideshow! Thank you for adding a comment here.

    See you on Monday!
    Miss Dunsiger

  5. Marie Kennedy permalink

    Hi Aviva
    I am a Prep (5-6 year olds) teacher in Melbourne Australia. I am always so impressed with your generosity. I have learnt so much about integrating technology in the classroom from you. This July I have started a class blog – and I am modelling to my students the protocols of being online. Thank you for sharing! I have learnt so much from you.

  6. Wow! Thank you, Marie! If there's anything I can do to help, please let me know. I look forward to checking out your class blog!


  7. Aviva
    I am really interested in how you use Twitter in the classroom. I can see that it is an amazing tool but am unsure how to actually use with a class. Who do you twitter with? How often? Do your children type their own tweets? I hope you don't mind answering my questions.
    Many thanks

  8. I use Twitter in the classroom in numerous ways. Sometimes we tweet together about our day (using the keyboard on the SMART Board) on my Twitter account. I also have two class Twitter accounts, and students use the iPod Touches to tweet about what they're learning and what they're doing. I work a time into the end of each day for this tweeting. It seems to work well! They really enjoy having some ownership over the tweets. I also have some other classes from around the world that tweet back to us, and then we can answer their questions too. Hope this helps! Your e-mail address didn't work, so hopefully you'll check back here for my reply.


  9. Thanks so much Aviva. I appreciate your reply. Unfortunately I put a comma instead of a dot at the end of my email address. Must have been late! Thanks again. Will try Twitter in the new term

  10. Glad I could help, Marie! If you have any more questions, please just let me know.


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