Great Beginning Blogs

April 22, 2010

Here is a hotlist of great blogs made in the Studies of Asia workshop in Moe / Gippsland, Victoria over two days.  Fantastic work!

Please use the comments link on this blog to post feedback for Tom and Lindy about the workshop.  We’d really like to hear about what worked and may not have worked for you.

  1. Russell O – http://rustyseadog.wordpress.com/
  2. Sandeye – http://sandeye.wordpress.com
  3. Jude  & Peter – http://ndschums.wordpress.com/
  4. Ang’ B – http://ang69.wordpress.com/
  5. David M – http://azrah001.wordpress.com/
  6. Yvonne – http://yvonnehamilton.wordpress.com
  7. Nellie P – http://nelliephillips.wordpress.com/
  8. Will M – http://mrmorgan.globalstudent.org.au/ and http://newmanblog.wordpress.com
  9. Jackie M – http://mellingj.wordpress.com
  10. Chelsea and Carolyne – http://grade34.wordpress.com/
  11. Karla and Ainsley – http://indoteach2010.wordpress.com/
  12. Lynette and Lisa – http://lblunt.wordpress.com
  13. Lindy’s pageflakes –  http://www.pageflakes.com/lindystirling/29760921
  14. Jonas – http://jonasstoebe.wordpress.com
  15. Nadine – http://newmanblog.wordpress.com/
  16. Michelle –  http://discoverycentrehcc.wordpress.com/
  17. Geoff – http://hccweb2.wordpress.com/
  18. Celeste – http://celestehardy.wordpress.com/

Student Authors

April 22, 2010

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Hi from Sylvia

April 22, 2010

Share your site

April 22, 2010

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Great stuff! Thanks, Tom


China Today

April 21, 2010

What portait do we get of China from the Opening Ceremony?

(watch a shorter version)

Claim-Support-Question

  1. Make a claim about the topic
  2. Identify support for your claim
  3. Ask a question related to your claim

Welcome

April 20, 2010

Welcome!

I look forward to working together for two days to enhance professional practice around Digital Learning and Studies of Asia.   Lindy Stirling, State Advisor, Studies of Asia (see the Studies of Asia Wiki) has organised a series of these two-day workshops for Melbourne and Gippsland.

We will focus on four main categories needed to support every Digital Edge-ucator:

  1. Online Environment
  2. Rich Resources
  3. Digital Learning Pedagogy
  4. Curriculum Continuum

Activities

Let’s begin by introducing ourselves and sharing our backgrounds and interests Stixy

The specific activities and links can be found in this Set of Course Materials and focus on Web 2, creating Blogs and getting easy access to rich resources.

IWB blog tools and panel page

Create a Pageflakes account

Studies of Asia Links


Hello world!

April 20, 2010

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