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[7 Jul 2009 | One Comment | ]
Mobile Tools Roundup

I recently was invited to participated as a guest in an online course run by the School of Education at the University of Waikato. The paper was a second year course “Telecommunications in Education”. My role was to facilitate and contribute to online discussion for one week. I thought I would cross-post some of the discussion starters I used here on my blog for other people to discuss also perhaps. Click to read more…

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[24 Jun 2009 | No Comment | ]

The inaugural AUPOV conference was held in Wollongong, (near Sydney) last week. I felt incredibly privileged to be invited as the International Guest Speaker and gained a huge amount personally from the networking opportunities and the wide range of engaging and informative speakers.

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[26 Apr 2008 | 2 Comments | ]

Thanks to my great twitter network, I had a few people forward me this fantastic link. Students are now able to turn their mobile phones into sophisticated mathematics tools.
Here is a link to a site which offers a programme you are able to download to your phone in order to turn it in to a graphics calculator.

For those who haven’t downloaded to phone before, this is a programme that runs on your phone so does not require on-going internet connection in order to use it. There are a …

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[31 Oct 2007 | No Comment | ]

I subscribe to an e-mail list for teachers of Media in New Zealand and Australia.  Occasionally I have something worthwhile to add to this list… today was one of those times and after reading people’s replies to my e-mail I realised it was worthy of posting on this, my brand new blog.
It is a post about my phone.  One of the Aussie teachers wanted advice as they are just about to lose their CDMA network over there and needed to buy a brand new phone - wanted to know what …