Former k-12 educator (Mathematics and Physics) in Edmonton Alberta Canada. Recently transitioned into an independent Consulting role to explore the potential of social media in general and more specifically immersive education in virtual world spaces. Of special interest is the immersive education initiative - Media Grid's open education grid and the VW platforms they are examining: Wonderland, Cobalt/Croquet and Second Life (TM) / OpenSim and other similar projects
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Chris and I tend to see things a little more similarly. Gary and I agreed to disagree. In the end the late hour got the best of all of us. ;-) I think you can probably find the whole thing here. Scroll down until you see the first exchange btw Gary and I then click on Show Conversation.
A few people have mentioned this conversation to me now. I think I'm going to blog about it.
With your interest in Ed Tech and a Virtual World Explorer, 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.
Hi Trevor -- I'd like to invite you to join a Classroom 2.0 group called Canadians Mashup. I'm trying to build a network of Canadian educators and bloggers. No discussions yet. I'm just starting out by trying to find where everyone lives and what they teach. If you're interested, please add me as a colleague as well.
If you add yourself to the map, please include a name or a photo of some sort. There seem to be a lot of unidentified people from unidentified places and the map is getting stuck on for some reason. The problem is that I can't tell from the members’ list which anonymous hits are real people and which were just false starts. The company does not differentiate members unless there is a picture or a name. Location only is not enough to help me know which entries are not real ones. THANKS!!!!