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  1. page home edited ... @manyvoices was an ongoing collaborative story started by Mr. Mayo's 8th grade students in Mar…
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    @manyvoices was an ongoing collaborative story started by Mr. Mayo's 8th grade students in Maryland. The collaborative story was written by over 100 elementary and middle school students in six different countries using Twitter.com. Each student used the same @manyvoices Twitter Account. to contribute their 140 (or less) characters. The story concluded at the 140th entry. At that point, we collectively edited and revised our little Twitter story before publishing it as a small book through Lulu.com.
    @manyvoices Flickr stream!
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    [at] gmail.com. Or, twitter me @georgemayo
    For more information about this project visit -> http://www.mrmayo.org/?p=199
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Monday, February 22

  1. page home edited ... @manyvoices Flickr stream! contact: mrmayo.org [at] gmail.com. Or, twitter me @georgemayo F…
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    @manyvoices Flickr stream!
    contact: mrmayo.org [at] gmail.com. Or, twitter me @georgemayo
    For more information about this project visit -> http://www.mrmayo.org/?p=199
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  2. page home edited ... @manyvoices was an ongoing collaborative story started by Mr. Mayo's 8th grade students in Mar…
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    @manyvoices was an ongoing collaborative story started by Mr. Mayo's 8th grade students in Maryland. The collaborative story was written by over 100 elementary and middle school students in six different countries using Twitter.com. Each student used the same @manyvoices Twitter Account. to contribute their 140 (or less) characters. The story concluded at the 140th entry. At that point, we collectively edited and revised our little Twitter story before publishing it as a small book through Lulu.com.
    @manyvoices Flickr stream!
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    twitter me @mrmayo@georgemayo
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Friday, August 29

  1. page home edited ... The @manyvoices book is now available on lulu.com for $5.45 (exact cost of publication). You c…
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    The @manyvoices book is now available on lulu.com for $5.45 (exact cost of publication). You can also download the pdf version of the book for free!
    http://www.lulu.com/content/2245575
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    written by 140 differentover 100 elementary and
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    school students across the globein six different countries using Twitter.com.
    @manyvoices Flickr stream!
    contact: mrmayo.org [at] gmail.com. Or, twitter me @mrmayo
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    6:03 pm
  2. page home edited {Picture_4.png} In the depths of New York City, on top of the Empire State Building, a creature r…
    {Picture_4.png} In the depths of New York City, on top of the Empire State Building, a creature rested. That creature was me.
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    for free!
    http://www.lulu.com/content/2245575
    Welcome to the @manyvoices. wiki. We are now in the EDITING STAGE of this project. For directions on editing, please visit the EDITING PAGE. The deadline to edit your chapter is March 1st.
    @manyvoices
    @manyvoices was an
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    collaborative story started by Mr. Mayo's 8th grade students in Maryland. The collaborative story was written by
    @manyvoices Flickr stream!
    contact: mrmayo.org [at] gmail.com. Or, twitter me @mrmayo
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Wednesday, June 4

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Tuesday, May 6

  1. page cpn edited Horizon Project Feedback Wiki A: Connecting People via the Network- Impact on Education Day 1 W…
    Horizon Project Feedback
    Wiki A: Connecting People via the Network- Impact on Education
    Day 1Week One Feedback - May 5,5 thru May 9th, 2008
    Feedback from Nelson, an 8th grader from Maryland. Also trying to get students on Youth Twitter involved in the feedback on this wiki.
    List 3 things that are very good about this wiki project.
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  3. page cpn edited Horizon Project Feedback Connecting Wiki A: Connecting People via the Network Read: Have peer…
    Horizon Project Feedback
    ConnectingWiki A: Connecting People via the Network
    Read: Have peer review groups/partnerships read the Horizon Report section for their group. Ensure that they understand the content of the report well enough
    Network- Impact on Education
    Day 1 May 5, 2008
    Feedback from Nelson, an 8th grader from Maryland. Also trying
    to peer review their Horizon Project team.
    Thoroughly Review & Discuss: Have groups/partnerships read/watch/listen to their group's section of the Horizon Project work-in-progress, and then discuss the work as is.
    Evaluate: Have groups/partnerships evaluate the current work
    get students on their section of the Horizon Project using the following questions: Peer Evaluation Criteria and Summary.
    Share: Post each organized and relevant review
    Youth Twitter involved in the discussion tab of the wiki being reviewed with the appropriate tag (as listed on the Sounding Board feedback page) and a title that says: Sounding Board Feedback for [tag], then link on the Sounding Board feedback page.
    Tag: Tag all responses using the tags listed on the Sounding Board feedback page.
    wiki A: Education
    All Sound Board feedback should follow
    this "3 - 2 - 1" format:wiki.
    List 3 things that are very good about this wiki project.
    1. It gives you examples of different sites used by students of all ages to communicate online.
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