Monthly Archives: May 2007

Nice One Pete!

Canadian Pete MacKay who manages the Teacher List, (I’m a long term subscriber), has just alerted his subscribers to the list of another neat collaborative blog around the interesting theme of Head Smashed-In Buffalo Jump, (I have no idea what … Continue reading


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Why Should I Care Who Wrote It After All?

The other day I was presented with another one of those interesting dilemmas thrown up occasionally when students publish to the internet so easily via blogs and wikis. This time it centred around the vexed issue of copyright. Though we … Continue reading

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Back To The Future, Slow Down

Speaking the other day at the ICTEV conference with Jo McLeay we ruminated on the need to ensure that as bloggers we remembered that most of our teaching colleagues were not yet members of the blogosphere. Sometimes in our enthusiasm … Continue reading

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What Do Parents Know Anyway?

Well last night was interesting for a couple of reasons. Firstly despite the fact that we have around 118 families in our senior unit that could have potentially attended our internet information evening last night, in the end we had … Continue reading

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Another Reason Not To Blog

Following on from the abortive attempt to get some colleagues blogging the other day, I had arranged to go back to one of the schools to get them online in a one on one situation. Alas that offer has met … Continue reading

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The Kiwis Are In Time4Online Too

Via Paul Harrington comes a link to some more great work from the redoubtable Kiwi Allanah King just across the ditch, (that spot of ocean between we Aussies and NZ). This time Allanah has produced a great video relating her … Continue reading

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Playing With The Boundaries, K12 Online Again

After the huge success of last year’s K-12 Online conference it is not surprising to see an even bigger event planned for this year. Congratulations to Wes, Darren, Sheryl and Lani for getting together once again and do all of … Continue reading

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How Embarrasmentalling

Oh the highs and lows of this world of blogs and wikis and computers. Saturday was a real high, it was great nurturing 26 new bloggers and wikisters, (what do you call a person with a wiki after all??). I … Continue reading

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A Day Apart

Well it’s the evening after the day before and I’ve finally had time to sit down and reflect on the ICTEV Conference from Saturday. What a day it was. As I noted yesterday, James Farmer from Edublogs was the keynote. … Continue reading

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It’s Just Not Fair

Tomorrow, Saturday 19th is the Annual ICT in Education Victoria Conference in Melbourne. For the 4th year in a row I will be attending and presenting. Over that time it has been interesting to see how the focus in terms … Continue reading

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