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"Developing Digital Skills @ School" focuses on ICT. Teachers & students learn how to deal with the computer. DigiSkills teachers design, share, compare and enhance teaching methods and materials.

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Welcome to Group DigiSkills on Classroom 2.0! Join This Group Now all members of our group Digiskills are free to work on DigiSkills grou.ps Join Our Grou.p Please let us know your blog and add the wiki or even chat et cetera!



The project "Developing Digital Skills @ School" belongs to the European Comenius and eTwinning projects and is devoted to teachers and students working on innovative digital teaching methods like blogging, webquests, wikis, podcasting et cetera.
Have a look at some links:
Website Comenius DigiSkills
Blog Comenius Digiskills
Blog DigiSkills schools
Website eTwinning DigiSkills
Blog eTwinning DigiSkills
Podcast e-DigiSkills
Wiki e-DigiSkills

However, the project is also open to educators all over the world:)


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Comment by Cyprian Dusabe on August 3, 2011 at 10:54am

Hi Everyone

How have you been? Kindly Donate any ammount and may be even with PayPal & I also wanted to send you a quick note to thank you for all the support that you have given St Mark  Institute Of Health Sciences  in the past! Your support has helped in buying medicine which has helped in treatment of thousands of children and we also wanted to tell you about an exciting new opportunity for St Mark  Institute Of Health Sciences !
 
We have been selected by the GlobalGiving Foundation to participate in its Open Challenge, a fundraising opportunity for nonprofit organizations working around the world.
 
In order to succeed in GlobalGiving’s Open Challenge, St Mark  Institute Of Health Sciences must raise $4,000 from 50 donors by 31st August 2011 threshold, we will be given a permanent spot on GlobalGiving’s website, where we have the potential to benefit from corporate relationships, exposure to a new donor network, and access to dozens of online fundraising tools. In addition, we could earn as much as $3,000 in financial prizes for raising the most money.
 
Please help us reach the threshold of $4,000 from 50 donors! Be one of the first people to make a donation at http://www.globalgiving.org/projects/children-hospital/  Not only will your donation help in Building Childrens Hospital In Uganda but, it will help us take advantage of a long-term fundraising opportunity!
 
We’re also going to need your help spreading the word! Please share this opportunity with your friends and family!
Thank you, as always, for your continued support!
 
Best,
Cyprian G. Dusabe
Executive Director
St Mark  Institute Of Health Sciences
Comment by Matthew on May 29, 2010 at 1:03pm
Great topic for a group! Here's a good piece of tech that you can use to broadcast yourself securely. http://www.iteachtoo.com/index.cfm?go=journal.viewpublic&Journa...
Comment by emma nilsson on August 31, 2009 at 1:39am
hey there!..... i came across a site http://surveycheese.com and i'm able to earn 700 to 1000$ every month by just spending 2 hrs a day.i would like to spread the word...its my extra income option..thats it
Comment by Don Smith on April 29, 2009 at 2:57pm
Thanks for the invite.

I am new to the group and classroom 2.0 as I just heard of it in a seminar we had yesterday on Podcasting.

I have offered a course in computerized accounting which was web based. I had the opportunity of teaching a student in Australia. I once started teaching the course in Paris while on a trip.

Don
Comment by Hans Feldmeier on April 24, 2009 at 2:12pm
Dear all,
please check out a new Ning Network called Web2Class
Comment by James O'Reilly on April 9, 2009 at 11:30am
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Comment by Faiza Khan on March 8, 2009 at 8:45pm
Hi Paul,
I am a strong supporter of integrating technology in the classroom to facilitate learning and making lessons interesting for the students. You are invited to visit my website WordAhead where you can organize activities for the students and encourage them to make videos and upload them to the website and rate each other's work. Its a great interactive way to improve vocabulary. Do take a look!
Comment by Jack on December 16, 2008 at 8:58pm
MIT has used web 2.0 in a variety of ways from making all its course materials available for free to posting videos of lectures and speeches. The project I'm on (SAT Video contest @ www.BrainyFlix.com) is aimed at high school kids, and our tact is to get them to create content themselves... though admittedly, we had to *resort* to offering incentives like small cash prize and iTunes.
Comment by Cem Can on December 11, 2008 at 12:09pm
Dear colleagues,

We are working on a project on how we can utilize Web 2.0, not only Social networking, in foreign language teaching. Your contributions, suggestions, and ideas are highly appreciated. I will keep you informed about the progress. Please let me know if you are interested.

Kind regards.
Comment by James O'Reilly on August 28, 2008 at 11:20am
I have social network called Collaborative Translation. Some language educators do teaching and translation work. You are welcome to join and to contribute to some 21st century benchmarks. http://collaborative-translation.ning.com/
 

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