Pete, thanks for the support of the new book. I am intrigued with the site that you referenced in your post to me. Please take a look at our new Clearinghouse at http://www.curriculum21.com I would value your suggestions either for the Clearinghouse or on our "ning" at the Learning Commons. HHJ
I am relatively new here. I am from Ghana and I'm just here to learn, contribute as well as link up with like-minded people who will be willing to share their experiences as well as help in spreading the concept of distance learning and adult education to Africa, which lags behind as far as education is concerned. My company has developed a television program called 'ADULTS IN EDUCATION' which is used in teaching,especially adults, how to read and write as well as general tips on how to take care of oneself. We also treat social issues as well. Television is still the widest means of disseminating information here in Ghana. i am a writer and a film director.
hi Pete, I found my way to your blog and subscribed: super! I teach mythology/folklore online so the whole world of online texts and images has been really blissful - the world of music online must be an incredibly exciting field to explore with your students, too. I am lucky because myth often resonates with my students in a powerful way... but NEVER as powerfully as the music they love resonates with them, I know that! creating online learning experiences built around and with music must be very satisfying indeed! :-)