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At 8:14pm on January 12, 2010, Govinda Prasad Panthy said…
hi Happy B'day! Many many returns of the day!
Wish you all the best,
At 7:48am on January 18, 2009, David Blair said…
I noted you were from Oxford. I'm not sure but I think that is where the Mini Cooper I bought a few back was built. I love that lil' car, ha.
It would seem there a LOT of social networks anymore. I wonder if one can keep up with all of them. I have kids on facebook, myspace, other friends on ning, Moodle, iChat, Skype, Yahoo and MSN... Wow... Talk about needing to multitask! ;-)
At 3:16pm on April 29, 2008, Michael McClure said…

Thank you for the links to and

At 6:20am on December 12, 2007, Rashmi Kathuria said…
I am a math teacher in India. I have created blogs.podcast house and using many e tools for delivering the content to my students. I would love to share with you about new teaching strategies. Cheers!
At 7:13pm on October 24, 2007, Stephanie Penniman said…
Hi Pendera,
I teach 3rd grade in Los Angeles and love to introduce the children to iMovies and PowerPoints. Mathew is nudging me to learn more about communicating with real technology people. :) Best wishes! Stephanie
At 12:48pm on October 24, 2007, Kevin Seal said…
So pleased to meet you, Pendera! I am in California, and have been posting video & audio podcasts teaching about musicology, music theory, and music history. (All free teaching resources for any 2.0 music educators out there.)

Are you familiar with Global Giving? We've been doing a lot of work with them as well, and they are on a similar path as Oxfam in embracing technology to make substantive, profound change.
At 9:07am on October 22, 2007, Judith said…
Hi, Pendera. I am in the heartland of the United States, Iowa! I work with many school districts, helping teachers learn to use technology with their students and working alongside them as their students work on technology projects. Video is the way our students today want to communicate - and they want to communicate about what's relevant in the world today - like you are getting the word out about northern Africa. Perhaps you can post some of your videos here on Classroom 2.0 and we can do the same - many of my districts block YouTube so kids can't post there. TeacherTube seems to be a good alternative too. Look forward to collaborating with you.
At 5:36am on October 18, 2007, Chris Lloyd said…
I will be very interested in hearing about your plans as they develop. Let us all know if we can work together with you from our parts of the world. I am in Mt Gambier South Australia.
At 10:24am on October 17, 2007, craig Roach said…
I teach school in wonderful Tok, Alaska - located near the Canadian border. Subjects: history, language arts, shop and whatever else is thrown my way.
At 6:29am on October 17, 2007, Rafael Espinoza said…
Helllo, I am Rafael espinoza from costa rica, central America. I would like to know more about your projects.
At 5:39pm on October 16, 2007, Jenna Kammer said…
Thanks for the friend request--I love your mission. It is a beautiful idea.
At 5:18pm on October 16, 2007, Lee said…
This is a new experience for me. I am a teacher (high school and middle school math) for the past 20 years. I am currently a student at University of Illinois.

At 2:18am on October 6, 2007, Hans Feldmeier said…
Hey Pendera, thanks for joining my group and your readiness to help as to create films! I joined your recommended Network.
At 5:14am on October 3, 2007, Hans Feldmeier said…
Hi Pendera, welcome from Bavaria - Germany!
Yes, it sounds very interesting to me what you are doing as to making films. Think, you could give me some advices.
Additionally, please note my group DigiSkills - I´ve created with 190 members. Please consider to join as well:)


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