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eKhaya crosses 4000 p.i. in May

The trend is strongly upward. this time not quite doubling, but we can't double forever. A truly quadratic exponential trend would see us at 512000 p.i. in December!


Posted: June 26th 2007 12:55

Osman said:
Hi Kathleen and Kelly,I was at your Technify Your Teaching PD in the July school hldyoais. Kelly taught us some of the basics to create a class blog. Now I am running a PLT session on it.Would it be okay to use your class blog as an exemplar and put a link to your blog on our new blog? It's still in private mode until we can get all our permissions sorted out, but hopefully we can go public really soon. (We also have to convince others in the school of the benefits of blogging and address their concerns about internet dangers.I see you have given permission to others to link, and wasn't sure whether to ask you again (you've given permission to lots of people) or whether to just go ahead and link. So I've asked. I am not sure of the proper protocols when it comes to blogging. I understand that we should ask to use or share things that you have created and put on your blog (that's your stuff that you created and it is right you should be asked, and receive acknowledgement), but do we have to ask each time we want to link to or point out something on other people's blogs? Or wikis?I have really enjoyed exploring your blog. It's wonderful. I have loved reading Tech Tools for Teachers since last year.Have a great week, I hope to hear from you soon. Julie Murnane

added: 2013-08-07 03:51:57 [retract]

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