Friday, October 30, 2009

Happy World Teachers' Day!

Friday 30th October was World Teachers' Day!

Room 9 has made a tribute and gift for teachers at Nelson Central School and all over the world - check out the video below! We hope you enjoy it :)

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10 comments:

  1. Very nice Room 9! Thank you so much for making my day today.
    Mr. C
    Missouri : United States

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  2. Thank you for the wonderful video. I feel very proud to be a teacher!
    I also love the peek into your classroom. I love all of your artwork. You have a bright and beautiful room and I wish I could visit.

    I am from Grand Rapids, Michigan, USA

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  3. Hi Room 9

    I loved your gift and tribute to World Teachers' day. You thought of some awesome things to say about teachers. What a great class you are!

    Thank you again
    Dianne

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  4. Thank you Room 9. I will make sure Room 2 take some time out to look at this cool video on Thursday when I am back with them. Ms D Kaipara Flats School

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  5. Thanks Room 9. You have made an awesome video.
    From Whaea Tina of Mountview Primary, Taupo

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  6. Thank you for your lovely surprise on World Teachers Day. I can see from your blog comments that you have made teachers smile all around the world. Well done Room 9!!
    Tracy

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  7. Thanks Room9 for making this video for World Teacher's Day. It's made me feel appreciated!
    from Mrs D
    Pakuranga Heights school, Auckland

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  8. Hi Room 9

    Thanks for your tribute. It was very thoughtful of you to express your appreciation of teachers.

    Teresa Room 10 NCS

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  9. Thanks Room 9. Our teachers loved your post you made them smile. We are lucky as we have two teachers who teach us. Our class is also Room 9 and we are from Auckland check out our blog.

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  10. Thanks room 9 for your thoughtful ideas. I am just learning about wikis so looking through yours is a great learning experience for me.I am teaching at the correspondence school in NZ so I love looking into classrooms and watching how children are learning in different ways.

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