Wednesday, 23 January 2008

Hello







Hello! Thank you for dropping by my online classroom! This is the place I plan to post our research works and the works of our partner school. A signature up above I posted quite by chance, while designing this blog. I like its optimistic view. It remainds me sunny summer days.

8 comments:

Angela said...

Tatiana,

What does KOMI mean?
How did you come up with this name for your blog?

Hugs,

Angela

Carla Raguseo said...

I was just about to ask the same question, Angela.

Tatiana sent us a message to our YG and said it is the name of her city in the north of Russia.

I really think it is a very sweet name and easy to remember. :)

Great choice, Tatiana!

Regards,
Carla R.

Mary H said...

Tatiana, I love the graphic you created for this post and the optimism it represents. A blog is kind of like a garden, isn't it? Looking forward to seeing how yours grows and develops!

Vicky said...

Hi Tatiana! I really like the layout and the glittering letters. They really represent sunny, warm days!!
Hope you can make your blog grow in the same way,
Vicky

Jane said...

Tatiana,
I like the way you have created different topics for people to respond to! Very nice idea.

Jane

webgina said...

Hi,

I love the way the header is so eye-catchy. I also like the questions (for your students?). They are short and easy and not overwhelming... You have given me some ideas for getting my students involved: if I keep it easy and simple, the students will find it inviting and might actually WRITE something!

Gina
http://webgina.edublogs.org/

Patricia said...

I love your blog, it's so inviting!and appealing with those glittering letters! I second Gina in her comments about the questions and will use them for the reflections in my blog.

Patricia
http://reflectingonweb20.blogspot.com/

Berta said...

Dear Tatiana, if this is your fisrt blog, well, you are a natural. It looks great, you have addede nice widgets, it is colorful and I even see you have the twitt-this feature Cris mentioned. Wow, keep up the great job you have started here.

Warm regards from sunny Caracas,
Berta