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August 2011 Blog Posts (12)

International

Perhaps if you read this blog, you might think I'm a workaholic with nothing more on my mind than teaching, ICT, and the mathematics progression points. You'd be wrong. I have many interests, but none more pervasive than my love of travel.



My love of travel began by realising that not everyone has my ethnic heritage. On this blog, I have mentioned my Italian connections, but on my mother's side, my ancestry is Serbian. This is a more subtle influence on my life, visible only through… Continue

Added by Rob Sbaglia on August 28, 2011 at 6:31am — No Comments

International

Perhaps if you read this blog, you might think I'm a workaholic with nothing more on my mind than teaching, ICT, and the mathematics progression points. You'd be wrong. I have many interests, but none more pervasive than my love of travel.



My love of travel began by realising that not everyone has my ethnic heritage. On this blog, I have mentioned my Italian connections, but on my mother's side, my ancestry is Serbian. This is a more subtle influence on my life, visible only through… Continue

Added by Rob Sbaglia on August 28, 2011 at 6:00am — No Comments

Meet The Flat Classroom®

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Added by Lisa Durff on August 25, 2011 at 10:53am — No Comments

Australian Teacher Magazine Article

Added by Rob Sbaglia on August 24, 2011 at 6:10am — No Comments

International Ed Speakers

These international speakers may be booked for September forward - please share with any colleagues who may be interested. http://melibeeglobal.com/international-speakers/

Added by Missy Gluckmann on August 23, 2011 at 9:53pm — No Comments

Feu Follet

For me, the internet is as much, or more, about creating and sharing as accessing the work of others. However, creating in a vacuum isn't how creating is done, and great ideas can be built upon the input and ideas of others. Doing this legally in 2011 is not always easy. Copyright laws can make it a minefield for teachers and students. These laws seem contrary to not only present day technology, but also when compared to what existed in the past, as Larry Lessig (a bit of a hero of mine)… Continue

Added by Rob Sbaglia on August 19, 2011 at 7:00pm — No Comments

THREE Flat Classroom® Certified Teacher (FCCT) courses in 2011-12

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Added by Lisa Durff on August 11, 2011 at 1:36pm — No Comments

http://madagali.wordpress.com

Blog de "Radio Solidaria Amiga on-line" un proyecto innovador que cuenta con 6 años de experiencia.

RADIO SOLIDARIA AMIGA, ONLINE es un taller de radio escolar que emite online a través de su página: http://www.radiosolidariamiga.es y su blog: http://madagali.wordpress.com.

Lo creó y lo dirige desde el curso 2005-06,  Mª Magdalena Galiana Lloret. Entre sus objetivos está el…

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Added by Mada on August 8, 2011 at 11:23am — No Comments

Blackboard Collaborate : First Impressions

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"Docking" is "docking"

When I tell people I used to live in Florence as a research scientist, they are generally impressed. I assume that this brings to mind beautiful cityscapes, wonderful food and sitting around in cafes on piazzas watching stylish attractive Italian girls stroll past. Reality, however, was somewhat different, as this video made in 2003 with my Israeli friend illustrates.…



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Added by Rob Sbaglia on August 6, 2011 at 6:40pm — No Comments

Five of the Best

It's been an exciting time in Inquiry this term for Grade 5/6 at Castlemaine North. Our students are investigating one of seven different questions :



• How do scientists work?

• Why do people in different countries eat different foods?

• What affects animal populations?

• How can a science concept be taught through a computer game?

• How do medieval weapons work?

• What is the most effective way to kick an AFL football?

• What features of a toy car will… Continue

Added by Rob Sbaglia on August 4, 2011 at 9:23pm — 4 Comments

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