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Comment Challenge Day 20: Three Links Out

For this one, I started at Vicki Davis’ blog and followed a link from her recent comments on other blogs, to Kellie’s Blog.  From there, I followed a comment from Brandi Caldwell, who referred to Steve Dembo’s blog.  Steve was … Continue reading

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Comment Challenge Day 17: Five in Five

I’m still way behind on these comment challenges.   My birthday was Friday and my husband and I spent it at Disneyland with my mother, father, and aunt (courtesy of my grandmother).  My younger sister said, “Spending your birthday is like … Continue reading

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Comment Challenge Day 19: Respond to a Commenter On Your Own Blog

Today I made a second response to a commenter on this post. I’d been meaning to respond to the post for at least a week, but since I haven’t been very active with blogging lately, I hadn’t gotten around to … Continue reading

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Comment Challenge Day 21: Make a Recommendation

I already did this about two weeks ago and since I’m behind, I’m going to count it.  I left a recommendation on a post on Wes Fryer’s blog.  Wes was asking for a web-based application that could manage a group … Continue reading

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Comment Challenge Day 18: Analyze the Comments on Your Own Blog

Which of your posts have generated the most comments? The posts on my blog that have generated the most comments all relate to the comment challenge. The posts that have generated the next most comments all have to do with … Continue reading

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Comment Challenge Day 15: Give a Comment Award

I’m way behind on my participation in the comment challenge.  I have a good excuse, though–last week, my husband accepted a job on the other side of the country and we need to figure out how to get a house … Continue reading

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Comment Challenge Day 14: Turn Your Blog Over to Your Readers

Clarence Fisher’s recent post suggests giving students the flexibility to choose what they want to learn about.  I think this is an good idea and I recommend you read more about it on his blog. The comment challenge for today … Continue reading

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