Hi out there
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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Any help you could provide would be greatly appreciated, thanks,Jen
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!
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:)
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?
Ah, a Physics teacher - will look forward to your contributions!