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Student collaboration: open or closed?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Jannatul Nov 13, 2007. 5 Replies


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Science teacher in NW London

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Hi all, I'm a relatively new Physics teacher in Wembley, London. In my school I'm responsible for setting up a VLE and investigating the future of e-learning for our students. I'm finding that there's a lot out there to inspire me but actually getting staff to put the up-front effort in to develop their skills and resources to enable these funky new technologies is more difficult than I anticipated!

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Posted on October 20, 2007 at 6:34am 0 Comments

Blimey, so how am I going to find the time to make the most of this blog - I already have two others on the wilderness of the web - is a ning based one better? worse? different? Is this blog just for classroom 2.0 that I'm logged into at the moment or will it show on all of my ning subscriptions?

Web 2.0 is so time consuming!

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At 9:07am on March 25, 2012, Jennifer Garcia said…
Hi Steve, I will be in London for the google teachers academy the first week of April and would like to visit a tech savvy school in the area to share ideas. At least one other attendee at GTA has expressed an interest in doing the same. Is your school open on the first or second? Do you know of any schools in the area that are tech savvy and might be open?

Any help you could provide would be greatly appreciated, thanks,Jen
At 5:16pm on April 25, 2008, Michael McClure said…

You are so right about the time-consumig nature of web 2.0. The technologies can be overwhelming at times...but the time spent is well worth the effort. I teach chemistry online, including labs! Talk about a challenge!

At 4:13am on October 22, 2007, Chris Davison said…
Hi Steve, many thanks for the response! Good luck in your new role, I'm sure it will be full of challenges but all changes you make will greatly enhance your student's education. What is your experience of Moodle so far? It seems like a good opiton for schools to me, please visit this article . I have visited the school mentioned in this article, who are leading the way in how best to operate Moodle. V impressive. I think that there are a number of ways that we could collaborate. Firstly, Taecanet offers an elearning service that it so easy to operate, your teaching staff can gain confidence and make better use of your existing in-school hardware. Hundreds of teachers from around the UK have contributed to this service, and we are always looking to expand! I could arrange for someone to come and visit you to explain our offering if you wish. We offer a content and assessment package which will add value to your VLE and give your teachers plenty of immediate content to access.
At 6:23am on October 20, 2007, Hans Feldmeier said…
Hi, here is Hans from the continent. Greetings from Germany-Bavaria.
I focus on Web 2.0 apps as to education.
And I created group DigiSkills on Classroom 2.0 about digital teaching methods like unsing wikis, blogs, voicethreads ...
Would love if you decide to become a partner and be Nr. 200:)
At 6:09am on October 20, 2007, Steve Bullock said…
Thanks! Wow, a fast welcome - you guys are really on the ball!

I'm just getting into this 'classroom 2.0' malarkey, really inspired by what I'm seeing. The thing I struggle with is keeping track of the amount of info available! My rss subscriptions have trebled in the last month, and now I'm going to be adding umpteen ning feeds... How do you manage?
At 5:03am on October 20, 2007, Ian Carmichael said…
Hi Steve,
Ah, a Physics teacher - will look forward to your contributions!


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