catch ya in the blogosphere!
This blog has moved. My apologies for any inconvenience. You can find what you’re looking for here: teachingsagittarian.com
It _IS_ exciting that you have technology to connect your students with others. I’ll plug our web site that has lots of content providers as well as a collaboration center that identifies lots of other teachers who are also looking for connections. See http://www.cilc.org. In the Keyword box, type in a topic of interest to see what might be available through videoconferencing. Happy hunting.
I’m currently doing a social media (yeah to web 2.0!) class at SMU – Singapore Mangement University -and we’re working with feed aggregators, social bookmarking tools, blogs, podcasts, wikis and more, so I understand when you say you’re “utterly passionate about the use of technology in the classroom”!
We need more educators like that!
If you’re interested, you could take a look at my lecturer’s blog: http://communicate.os3.sg/ He’s feverently enthusiastic about social media too, so I’m sure you both will have lots to talk about.
Hey you, Just to say missin’ readin’ yeh!
Another great education blog! I have been looking at lots of blogs lately and the ones from New Zealand seems streets ahead of most I have seen from the UK (the exception being Ewan McIntosh in Scotland who has probably the best education blog in Europe).
I am writing to see if any of your students or colleagues might like to give our free maths games a try at http://www.tutpup.com They are head-to-head simple competitive maths and spelling games. We are still in beta, so the site changes quite often but we have about 30k registered users (mostly in the UK and Asia) but with an increasing number of schools from countries like Australia and New Zealand.
I would be very interested in your feedback because I only had a quick chance to test Tutpup in Australia in April while on a quick visit to see my family.
Director of Play @ Tutpup
Soho W1D 4DT
You must be logged in to post a comment.
© 2013 Teaching Sagittarian Provided by WPMU DEV -The WordPress Experts
OceanWide made by Romow.com. Hosted by Edublogs.org