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It has been a long time since I have made any activity on this page, so I thought I might just start a blog about my School and some of the great work that is going on. During the next few weeks I will add lots more stuff about the innovative work we are doing and some of the great results we are seeing in our kids.
But, I do have an agenda. I would love to take the opportunity to nominate my colleagues James Rammage and Kathryn O'Bree for their amazing work on using…Continue
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With your interest in Online Collaboration, I recommend you take a look at Wiziq's virtual classroom and authorstream's power point presentation platform. Both are web based platforms, have a bunch of features and free basic service. Here’s a public class recording conducted by Nellie Deutsch on Technology Integration.
Integrating Technology into the Classroom Using Moodle and Wikis by Nellie Deutsch
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how are you going with thinking about a collaborative project with your kids? Have you made any connections?
I got a message that you were trying to add me as a contact on SKype - but whenever I signed in, I didn't get any message there. My skype name is jess.meyer. What is yours? I'll add you that way.
To share documents, I find it easiest to convert the docs to google docs (word or sheet). So you will need a gmail account and key it straight into the doc and publish it. It gives you a web url which you can paste into the post and students just click on that link to access it. Hope this all makes sense.
Thanks for telling us all about this.
I think that I will need some coaching with Blog making
but here goes!
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