Well actually, it was an evening tweet for her as I'm half way across the world in Ontario, Canada.
I guess I shouldn't be surprised that stuff like this happens nowadays.
After all I remember my first on-line collaboration with a teacher from Oz. It was 14 years ago! I was teaching a 5/6 split back then and made contact with our only internet enabled computer, which was in the library. The 14 400 baud days. Remember?
It took me two weeks to find someone to collaborate with and we connected once a week and decided to do a weather study, what else. The kids were thrilled that the seasons were opposite and we posted chart paper on the wall to compare. Those were the days.
Now, just this morning (and evening across the world) Jenny and I were able to start collaborating instantly. Not only that, but it is really neat to see the document change right before your eyes.
It is as if Jenny and I are sitting next to each other in the same room working on the presentation. We conduct our "side bar" conversation by DMs on Twitter.
Anyway, I don't think I'll ever get tired of collaborating with other teachers on projects. Especially when we can work with each other any time and any place.
Thin walls, flat classrooms, call them what you will, but count me in!!!