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  3. Just wondering if registration is still open? If yes, I was wondering if I should register or wait as we have Spring Break from March 19-April 4 this year. Any advice? Thanks in advance!

    • G’day Tina,
      You can register at any time. The activities are still on the blog for whenever you are ready to use them.

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  5. Opps ms wyatt I am so sorry I joined as a class instead of a student…. can you plz delete it??

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  8. I have signed up my class site, and I will also have my students sign up individually. I was wondering if there is a badge about the challenge I could add to our sidebar? I think that would really help with promotion.

    Thank you!!

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  10. Ronnie, is it also necessary for my students to sign up individually? I’m thinking the student registration may be for students who want to do it on their own without a class. Is that true?
    Thanks,
    Denise

    • Denise,
      Students can register on their own as well even if they are linked on your class blogroll. Last challenge we had over 900 students, many of who were also on class lists.

      It seems to give more independence as they can quickly see other students their age with their interests and check out their blogs more quickly than looking through lots of blogs on a class blog roll.

      To see the other students, check out the page ‘Students – March 2011’. To see other classes, check out the page ‘Classes – March 2011’

      • Thanks, that’s very helpful!