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At 8:22pm on May 2, 2009, Lynn Marentette said…
I had twitter, but I didn't start using it until recently. My twitter link is
At 7:38am on January 22, 2009, Abay Teshager said…
Hi Simon,
Thank you very much for helping me about learning second life. It simon that responds first for my shouting for help. Thank you very much again. Let me see what is inside on the recommended page and i promise i will write something , i mean, if i dont bother you.
At 7:36am on January 21, 2009, Abay Teshager said…
Hi Simon Brown,

I am Abay Teshager from Ethiopia, where a country thinking about second life is amazing. If you have time to write me please say you can know and do things on second life. Thank you very much.
At 10:42am on November 8, 2008, Barry Bakin said…
Hello Simon! Thanks for teaching me a new word related to education! I had to go look up "heutagogy" and found that by looking it up myself I was doing it!
At 8:14pm on November 4, 2008, Govinda Prasad Panthy said…
Hello simon
I'm a school teacher from Nepal. I really dn't have any idea abt Stone Masonry. Can you give me idea abt it? HOpe u'll consider me one of your friends and let give me more ideas how i teach my students better.
At 9:24pm on July 26, 2008, Derek Baird said…
hi simon,

have you checked out learnhub yet? it might be a good way for you to share your knowledge on stone masonry with both students and other folks interested in learning more.

here's the url:

my learnhub is here:

At 7:39pm on March 19, 2008, Lynn Marentette said…
I signed up for Twitter, but I never started using it. I'll have to got to the Twitter site and find out my Twitter name.
At 7:36am on March 19, 2008, Patricia Donaghy said…
Hi Simon. You might also be interested in adding your blog details to the International Edubloggers Directory at
At 4:27am on December 28, 2007, Rashmi Kathuria said…
Thanks for appreciating the video. In my mathematics laboratory.students are exposed to hands on activities ustilising various strategies. I am posting activities on my class blog .Your ideas and suggestions are welcome.
At 8:50am on November 1, 2007, Simon Brown said…
Thanks - new intake of students on Monday, hope to get them circulating at Ning too.
At 7:27am on November 1, 2007, samccoy said…
Enjoy your work! Your ning network is a great idea! I will share this info with others of like mind and training
At 4:37am on September 11, 2007, Simon Brown said…
Mate, I stuck the one you sent me here:

No idea what I'm doing but it's fun - thanks Tim!
At 8:54pm on September 10, 2007, Tim Holt said…
Simon, My version of the Friday podcast is online:


At 7:49pm on September 10, 2007, Allon Mason said…
Hi Simon, how are you? Have you heard of It's a useful site for collaboration between students and between teacher & class. It's invitation only and I still have a few invites left. Let me know if you'd like one. Looking forward to seeing you around here.
At 3:20pm on September 6, 2007, Tim Holt said…
Cant wait to meet you on the Skype call on Friday, 3:00 PM Mountain Daylight Time (UT-6)

El Paso
At 12:56am on September 1, 2007, Simon Brown said…
Hi JoNelle, keep up the good work with your class, it's so exciting to read about what you are doing.

I'd like to tell you about my classroom and its location in Brisbane (rhymes with Lisbon). It's at Eagle Farm, and you can see it if you copy and paste this link into your web browser, and then open it in Google Earth:

Eagle Farm is featured in Wikipedia.
At 4:43pm on August 31, 2007, JoNelle said…
Thank you helping out so much with Skype. Your timing was great without even trying to be perfect. Love your ideas about "reach students unable to attend class, and to bring specialists into the class space." This opens up more ideas. I have 2 webcams - one to travel around our school and then maybe out to our community. It turns out that we have a few families who use Skype to contact their families. That tells me we have some willing specialist - I hope.
My students want to know if you will visit my blog- they want to see a red dot on Australia on the Clustr map:)AND know who it is. You have caused quit a stir!
The other classes are jealous - the news has spread. We will break out Google Earth next time for some math lessons too. It was a great week.
At 6:55am on August 28, 2007, Diane Mackenzie said…
Hi SImon - I am looking forward to exploring Classroom 2.0 for some ideas
At 5:07am on August 23, 2007, Simon Brown said…
My students' network social bookmarking site is at

I arranged tags and tag cloud according to learning topics.
At 3:21pm on August 21, 2007, Nicole Green said…
Thank you for the invitation. I love the wiki explanation video. I'm going to post it on my blog. Thanks again!


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