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  • 15 Jan 2013 6:08 AM
    Reply # 1180165 on 1179911
    Shawn Towle
    Robyn Graziano wrote:I was able to figure out how to reply to Scott's first prompt. How does one reply/remark to other's replies?
    Hi Robyn,

    I pulled some information from http://help.wildapricot.com/display/DOC/Forum+pages#Forumpages-Memberpictures    that I think might be what you are looking for?  (second topic (anchor) down)......I thought others might find some of the other information helpful as well.


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  • 18 Jan 2013 2:04 PM
    Reply # 1183122 on 1180165
    Robyn Graziano
    Shawn Towle wrote:
    Robyn Graziano wrote:I was able to figure out how to reply to Scott's first prompt. How does one reply/remark to other's replies?
    Hi Robyn,

    I pulled some information from http://help.wildapricot.com/display/DOC/Forum+pages#Forumpages-Memberpictures    that I think might be what you are looking for?  (second topic (anchor) down)......I thought others might find some of the other information helpful as well.


    Using a forum page

    When you visit a forum page, the options available to you may depend on whether you are a member, and if so, on your membership level.  

    Adding topics

    If you are authorized to create new forum topic, a Create topic button will appear above and below the topic list. After clicking this button, you can enter the subject and the body of the new topic. You can use the edit toolbar to format the text and add pictures, document, or links. Once you are done composing the topic, click Create. The topic will now appear on the main forum page.

    Normally, the topics you post will identify you using your first and last name. If member pictures are enabled, your picture will be displayed unless the picture field is restricted under your privacy settings. If you chose to hide your entire profile from others in your privacy settings, the topic will identify you as Anonymous. If you restricted access to both your first name and last name in your privacy settings, you will be identified as Anonymous member.

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    Replying to a topic

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    To comment on a particular reply within a topic, click the Quote link above the reply. This will include in your message the text of the reply that you are commenting on. Once you are done composing your comment, click Post.

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    Modifying and deleting topics and replies

    After you've posted a topic or reply, you can modify or delete it.

    To modify a reply, display it then click the Edit link.

    Modifying a forum post

    To modify a topic (change the title, for example), click Edit above the first message in the topic thread. You'll be able to change the topic title as well as your message.

    To delete a reply, display it then click the Delete link. To delete an entire topic, including all replies, click Delete above the first message in the topic thread.

    In public view, you can only modify or delete the topics or replies that you posted. In admin view, an administrator can modify or delete any topics or replies.

    It took me a bit to find the 'body' of this quote. But I think I've got it. Thanks, Shawn. The information was very useful.
  • 27 Jan 2013 4:46 PM
    Reply # 1190758 on 1176389
    Katrina Hall
    Our school is looking at adopting a new schedule for next year.  We are specifically looking for schedules that will allow for RTI at the middle level.

    Would anybody be willing to share a copy of the schedule used for their school?

    Katrina
  • 19 Feb 2013 7:50 PM
    Reply # 1212680 on 1176389
    Jenny Jorgensen
    Regarding Katrina's question about schedule and RTI.  I can share with you when I get access to students who receive RTI services and you can email (jenny_jorgensen@yarmouthschools.org) me if you'd like to know more. I access 5th and 6th grade students during their time to choose band or chorus. If they don't have band or chorus they have a study hall. I see students twice a week so I schedule one time during band and one time during chorus so that if there are students who need to work with me they either miss study hall, band, or chorus. Kids who are enrolled in band and chorus miss one session of each during the time that they are meeting with me. It's not ideal but it's what we have at the moment. I see 7th and 8th grade students during the time that we offer modern language - if they aren't taking a language. The other time for me to see them is when band and chorus or study is offered. They either have study hall and can easily work with me or they miss a band session and a chorus session each week. Hope this is of some use.
  • 22 Feb 2013 6:04 PM
    Reply # 1224354 on 1176389
    Hi Everyone,

    I'm hoping this reaches lots of people. I'm looking for a room at NCTM in April. I need  one for Tues, Wed, and Thurs. night.
    If you have a room, I'm happy to get a cot if needed and pay my fractional share.
    Please let me know if you have space.
    Thank you
    Jenny
  • 10 Mar 2013 10:43 PM
    Reply # 1239254 on 1178798
    Anonymous
    Kate St.Denis wrote:Is anyone using Investigations at grade 4? 
    Gray/New Gloucester uses investigations in grade 4....Dunn School, I think.
  • 30 Mar 2013 9:37 AM
    Reply # 1254960 on 1176389
    T. Hartnett
    We also use Investigations in grades K-5 in SAD 17.
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