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WHERE DO I ADD MY BLOG URL?
Just below this, you will see that we have begun to cluster you into what we call "blogging cohorts" -- six groups across the two cohorts. We've sorted you into groups that ae intentionally random (not organized by subject area) so that you can get a strong cross-curricular sampling of ideas. Your task is to add your blogURL on the list below. You are only responsible for following the blogs of the people in your blogging cohort, although you are welcome to follow others as well (and if you find yourself needing to make responses before all of your group mates have made their blog posts, you can respond to others outside of your group).

HOW MANY BLOG COMMENTS? AND WHEN?
You are responsible for a total of 20 blog comments over the course of the summer. You can do this however you wish -- obviously, doing some each week will get you to the finish line with the least amount of stress, but you can do it when you have time. We do not count up until the end of the summer. We'll resume the blogging assignment in the fall and winter, and we'll have details for you about that in September.

WHAT DO YOU MEAN BY "COMMENTING ON" PEOPLE'S BLOGS?
At the bottom of someone's post (or entry), you'll see something that says "no comments" or " comments," with the [[#|blank]] line replaced by a number. Click that. It will open up a box where you can log in (unless you already are) and leave your reflective, thoughtful response. Be sure to click [[#|SUBMIT]]. You may be asked to do "word verification" or "captcha" where you look at some kind of squiggly letters and type them in. Always do a quick check to make sure your comment went through!

BLOGGING GROUPS

Please type your blog URL next to your name below.

Group One
Steven Bareis http://teachfortheages.blogspot.com/
Catherine Longshore http://calongsh.blogspot.com
Michael Hoffman http://teachinginlonghand.blogspot.com
Anne Gillies http://purplegoboom.blogspot.com/
Naomi Miller – http://LaProfeProfi.blogspot.com
Erin Wood - http://mathismight.blogspot.com/
Lauren Quigley http://teachingbnewbie.blogspot.com/

Group Two
Claire Miller- http://laclasedeclaire.blogspot.com/
Rachel Bomphray - http://classwunderkammer.blogspot.com
Jared Boot - http://bootseducationcamp.blogspot.com/
Michael Broersma - School of Goldfish Crackers
Griffin Pepper - http://mrpepptalks.blogspot.com/
Jayanthi Reddy - http://jayredz.blogspot.com
Morgan Hooks - New Beginnings Are Messy

Group Three
Sarah Malone http://mathscm.blogspot.com/
Eliza Bivins-Fink The Classroom Gardener
David Lamb - The Guerrilla Scientist
Destiney Davis- http://smactastic.blogspot.com/
Jeanine Francois http://8aces.blogspot.com/
Shannon Sestak - I Am the Captain of my Ship

Group Four
Jenalyn Lawrence http://futurebiologyteacher.blogspot.com/
Nathan Zwierzynski - http://centrifugalcoaxing.blogspot.com/
Evan Wilson http://croakmonsieur.blogspot.com/
Casey Smith http://thelastdundies.blogspot.com/
Anna Choi http://nnevertheless.blogspot.com/
Matthew Lemoyne - http://mrlemoyne.blogspot.com
Catherine Dinh - http://thisiswhatimake.blogspot.com

Group Five
Alexander Griffiths http://intheshadeofmyfatherstree.blogspot.com/
JoAnn Lucas http://sciencematters14.blogspot.com
Leah Stillman The French Mensche
Gregory Nickel Scattered Plots
Emily Everard http://emteach.blogspot.com/
Andrew Sorich http://historyofyesterday1066.blogspot.com/
Vi Quach Classroom Reactions: Interactions of the mind

Group Six
Cory Cotter http://goingdutch1660.blogspot.com
Kelsey Strait- http://gettinstraitas.blogspot.com/
Laura Pressprich- http://elementalconsiderations.blogspot.com/
Jonathan Song - http://mathveteran.blogspot.com/
Ben Williams- http://teachingforopportunity.blogspot.com
Rachael Malerman-http://reflectandrepeat.blogspot.com/
Megan Brown http://lasaventurasofteaching.blogspot.com/