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3 Comments

  1. Carolina Suarez Carolina Suarez
    April 20, 2009    

    Talking about collectives I think Raymond Cantin did a great job! What a fantastic idea! Phoned you Terry, used free software and then shared his lesson learned with all people interested in this subjetc.

    Isn’t this a clear example of what you state as open learning in groups?

    It’s amazing what Web 2.0 tools can make to improve learning at a distance and the sharing part is what I like the most!

    Thanks Terry for this sharing this experience. I’ll keep it in mind next time I want to share my lessons learned after having talked to an expert 🙂

  2. June 3, 2011    

    @Carolina-
    I agree with you 100%. Lucky you you got a phone call out of it too!

  3. Irene Irene
    June 23, 2011    

    I also believe that technology is indispensable in enhancing the learning aptitude of kids.

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