thanks for your comment. i am delighted to have found classroom 2.0 as my entry point to ning - via a google search for "digital languages" and would love to find ways of working with you - plus any guidance into finding my way around the classroom and connecting with others who share a realization of the possibilities of the diversity of free collaborative, and finding out how to design, set up and facilitate classrooms - eventually one or more for each of the many projects and networks i have been involved with.
i am not sure if i have succeeded in inserting a video, and will try embedding one by a novice - myself - with a flipvideo - wonderfully simple and inexpensive video cameras for sharing voices and visions of people and communities throughout the world - in the spirit of the 1980 MacBride Report: Many Voices, One World
Thank you for accepting my invitation. As mentioned on my profile I am trying to encorage teachers to use web 2.0 tools. Some of them are definately not computer literate; other just wont try new thing because their conventional system works. Is there a way in which I can get their attention?? I send them monthly newletters with the updating of the blogs I created.
I would appreciate any feedback on this.
Thanks for the invite. You have an impressive background. I recently took a Community College course in Biotechnology and was very impresses with how the instructor utilized the various online resources for obtaining current information and excellent video presentations on the course material. I look forward to learning about and how educators are utilzing the these new web tools for creating a blended learning experience.
Thanks for your friend request, which I will accept in a few moments after I post this comment *:-) I am currently using Moodle & Blackboard & Elluminate Live as content platforms, but am helping my colleagues as we slowly move toward more web2.0 apps. Thank you for your invite *:-)