Hey Dave, Check out the "update" for the latest on the Virtual Learning Magnet. We are further down the road and in need of some specific help. If you know anyone who would like to be involved, let me know. Happy to provide more details anytime.
Dear sir, thank you for ur response. I'd love to share my teaching career. I've been teaching for 12 years and running a primary school in a rural area of nepal. if your collegues and urslf like to have more info they can see me online in skype govinda.prasad.panthy or msn email@example.com feel free to share it.
Dear sir, i love to share abt education. I'm a school teacher from Nepal, i run a small school in a rural area of Nepal. if u like to have online talk plz. skype me @govinda.prasad.panthy or firstname.lastname@example.org we can talk freely if u like.
Looking forward to the various WAP applications that use google maps and such with my GPS enabled phone. as I tour this flooded country for the next couple of weeks. Could do with some great ideas for innovative use of GPS in Science classes.
great comments in discussion about focusing on the issues of learning itself first, and technology second. And I totally agree with you about how wonderful the tools are, and how we've got to spread them and watch our colleagues fly... Thanks for all your contributions on CR2.0!
Hi Dave, I agree strongly. This is a revolution! Check out and get more info about new Web 2.0 appl.: http://go2web2.blogspot.com/
Next week I want to instal a tool for interacte work within our group.
Sorry for my bad English!
Well, perhaps when its works for you would could introduce ourselves. I have had a little success spreading the value of wikis and webware at www.tauntons.ac.uk - with the science team. There maybe an opportunity to calloborate. This is Caro page, early days.
David, do you have / used skype?
Distributed learning is very powerful
SO much you can do with 2.0 - I love using our wiki
Even used it for introductory day and getting the students to stay in contact with one another
Dave, its great to see other educationalists from the UK hear in classroom 2.0. As an aside I have found it hard to find other teachers working with 'older' students using and applying webware. It would be good to catch up at some point.