Wednesday, February 15, 2006

Welcome

Hopefully by now you know what a blog is, know a little bit about what we’ve been up to and are rearing to give it a go!
If you want to have a look at what we’ve been doing ……then have a look around and read this blog. You can either scroll your way down and read the bits that you are interested in or you can click on the links in the side bar here on the right to go directly to them. Also in the side bar you will find links to our class blogs and a few other blogs that may be of interest (we found them interesting!).
If you want to get started …… we have copies of the worksheets so you can work through them and design your own blog ready to use with your own students.
We would love your feedback please click on comments and tell us what you think.

5 Comments:

At 4:09 am, Blogger SusNyrop said...

Hello Karen and Emily,

just wanted to say hello, I enjoyed your blog reflections and would like to come back again soon. I have only got a moment in a lunch break as I am visiting at the University of León in Spain, for a European course called Teaching Culture, about intercultural awareness and understanding. More about this later in my blog!

yours, Sus (usually in Denmark)

 
At 10:47 am, Anonymous Jan Zane said...

Thank you Karen and Emily

I enjoyed your presentation and am impressed with your research. Great.

You are both inspirational. Love your energy!

Jan Zane

 
At 3:36 pm, Blogger helen said...

Hi Karen and Emily

Really enjoyed your session on Saturday. Thank you for the time in the session to start my own blog. Good to talk over the tea break too, comparing blogging to the discussion forum on blackboard.

See you in Napier

Helen

 
At 3:37 pm, Blogger helen said...

Hi Karen and Emily

Really enjoyed your session on Saturday. Thank you for the time in the session to start my own blog. Good to talk over the tea break too, comparing blogging to the discussion forum on blackboard.

See you in Napier

Helen

 
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