Chris Davison
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  • United Kingdom
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Synch/Asynch teaching methods

Started this discussion. Last reply by Chris Davison Nov 13, 2007. 2 Replies

Synch/Asynch teaching methods

Started this discussion. Last reply by teaching Jan 22, 2009. 6 Replies

A polite request for your opinion

Started this discussion. Last reply by Chris Davison Oct 29, 2007. 2 Replies


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School ELearning Consultant
About Me
I am 27 years old and have recently moved to Liverpool, UK. I live in a flat on the docks with my partner, Czarina. Although I have lived in England for my whole life, my love of travelling has taken me to such destinations as Thailand, Cambodia, New Zealand, France, Portugal and many more. I am a great sports fan, and an avid follower of Liverpool FC. Another sport I am very keen on is snowboarding, and I try and make it out to the mountains every year. I love movies and music of all types as well. I enjoy socialising with my firends and making the occassional trip to the pub. I have been involved in the education market for nearly 3 years. My main role has been to establish Taecanet's place in the market from start up. We now have in the region of 600 schools in our teaching and learning community, and we are very proud to have played a part in helping schools to improve attainment levels. I have an interest in developing community links within our network, raising our profile, and meeting likeminded people.

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UK Teacher Community - any takers?

Posted on October 19, 2007 at 9:09am 3 Comments

HeIlo all! I am new to this site, but very keen to get cracking and make some new acquaintances! I would like to know if anyone has any ideas on how I can create and cement an online community of teachers?

In our teaching and learning network, we have access to thousands of teachers, but I wish to raise the profile of elearning in their minds, and create a community of interest, where teachers communicate in order to solve common problems or exploit areas of interest.

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At 8:52am on October 19, 2007, Chris Davison said…
Hi Peter, I have tried a number of times to sign up and 3rd time lucky I'm in! It seems that you are my only friend for now, but would be interested to know how to expand my network on here. Many thanks.


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