Can teacher hear our pain running school in a rural area of Nepal? We are losing 3 classrooms and have to build 3 more classrooms within Middle of this April. I'm trying to find at least 15 donors who can donate minimum $100 each for this noble cause. plz give me ur feedback as soon as possible. Hope you all love to educate children for better future of better world. Your help will be highly appreciated. With kindest regards Govinda Panthy Founder director of SAV School, Nepal.
Yes, Delicious would be good, as would Diigo, where they can highlight and comment on webpages. Another possibility would be Issuu, which I have not investigated thoroughly, but appears to be an artile-sharing site.
I love the idea of tracking a story across different media and looking at how it is massaged depending on the bias of the media. How will your students collect and present their results and conclusions?
Your anecdote about the two different ways you taught The Short Story is interesting. I wish we had more opportunities to give students useful feedback on things like critical thought, ability to articulate opinions etc.
You seem to be having the same problem as me. When embedding TED talks on my personal webpage, they initially play and it all looks great but after refreshing i am unable to play them nor are any of the students who i asked to watch the video. Let me know if im doing somthing wrong, or try and play ure video from this page and see what happens
hey would like to hear your opinions on my website which i use to run my classes, you can also read my blog which has been designed to teach other teachers how to incoroporate web 2.0 tools into their classes, in particular other 1st year teachers like myself www.mrrobbo.com
Hello Mobbsey and welcome!! I too, am from Australia and have found so much to be inspired from this classroom. Like you I am passionate about web2.0 applications and you will find lots more ways to integrate them into your classroom by keeping a close watch on the discussions, the groups etc.