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Posted on April 20, 2007 at 7:05am 3 Comments

I don't teach that much anymore so I have no idea ábout the extent to which I would use Web 2.0 tools if I had a full timetable. At the moment I have a very small class of colleagues wanting to upgrade their English. We started with a lot of oral work with them recording various job related exercises such as what would our answering machine message be in English. Then we changed gear and started putting more emphasis on written work.

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At 8:58am on November 24, 2011, Christopher Gagnon said…

Thanks for your great response to our world diets blog.  It is appropriate, because today, here in the United States, we are celebrating our Thanksgiving holiday with turkey, stuffing, cranberry sauce, mashed potatoes & of course apple pie for dessert.

At 8:13am on November 23, 2011, Christopher Gagnon said…

The 6th graders at Chichester Central School in Chichester, New Hampshire (USA), would like to invite you to participate in our blog.  We have created a blog, which we hope will allow us to explore varying diets from around the world.  Our goal is to understand what other country’s diets consist of and what they consider to be healthy.  Here in New Hampshire, we eat a lot of seafood and lobsters as we are so close to the Atlantic Ocean.  We also grow and eat fresh corn, apples, strawberries, blueberries and even pumpkins.  If you are interested, please visit our blog at cgagnon.edublogs.org and respond to the “World Diets” page.  If you respond, it would be helpful if you could include which country or area of the world you are responding from.  If you are not interested, it would be much appreciated if you could pass this along to a friend or colleague that may be. 

We here in New Hampshire look forward to your response.  Thanks

-Chris Gagnon – 6th grade teacher

Det 6. gradere på Chichester Central School i Chichester, New Hampshire (USA), vil gerne invitere dig til at deltage i vores blog. Vi har oprettet en blog, som vi håber vil give os mulighed for at udforske varierende kost fra hele verden. Vores mål er at forstå, hvad andre landes kostvaner består af og hvad de anser for at være sund. Her i New Hampshire, vi spiser en masse fisk og skaldyr og hummere, som vi er så tæt på Atlanterhavet. Vi har også vokse og spise friske majs, æbler, jordbær, blåbær og endda græskar. Hvis du er interesseret, kan du besøge vores blog på cgagnon.edublogs.org og reagere på "World Kost" side. Hvis du reagerer, ville det være nyttigt, hvis du kunne inkludere hvilket land eller område af verden, du reagerer fra. Hvis du ikke er interesseret, ville det være meget værdsat, hvis du kunne viderebringe denne videre til en ven eller kollega, der måtte være.

 Vi her i New Hampshire ser frem til dit svar. Thanks

 -Chris Gagnon - 6. klasse lærer

At 6:49pm on October 19, 2009, Govinda Prasad Panthy said…
Dear Anne, feel free to email me or talk on skype. govinda.prasad.panthy1 plz. add me on skype.
At 11:42am on September 15, 2008, Govinda Prasad Panthy said…
SHANTIDEEP ADARSH VIDHYASADAN
Sav (School)
Estd. 1998
savschool2000@yahoo.com
Introduction
Shantideep Adarsh Vidhyasadan is one of the English Medium Schools established in 1998 with 13 students in a backwarded countryside of Bhaktapur district of Nepal. The name of the village is Bageshwori (altitude approx. 1500 metre). It lies in the eastern part of Bhaktapur district. It was established when the parents were not so aware of their children's education. We (school Management) had to struggle a lot to achieve the sympathy of the parents / villagers. They weren't convinced in the very beginning and didn't send their children to this school thinking that we can't run the school continuously for the long run. As a founder director, I tried my best to build up and uplift the situation of the school. By the end of that year, we were able to impress them showing the out put of our teaching techniques and methodologies. As a result the number of students reached 78 in the beginning of the second year. The number of students has been increasing gradually. Now we have 137 students. But we can't enroll all the new comers due to the infrastructural and financial problems. We hope we can fulfill the need and desire of our parents/ villagers (target groups) if your contribution on the infrastructural or/and academic sectors can be entertained.
Motto of the School:
The school stamp includes three words "Wisdom, Education and Creativity". We, the whole school team, are dedicated to fulfill and make the school motto effective so that we can reach our goals.
Aims and Objectives of institution:
The institution has following objectives:
In order to develop education as an integral part of a community the school run by this school will exert efforts to avail itself of necessary advice and support from local community for the benefit of the School.
To establish education as a foundation stone of the social and economic change.
To prepare disciplined, patriotic and dutiful citizens by providing students with affordable education and to maintain the gradual process of imparting practical and life skill-based education for their self-dependence.
To make efforts to children efficient and good citizen in the future by making good use of the curriculum prescribed.
To impart quality education by appointing efficient teachers for the development of originality and creativity of students as per well- recognized scale of education.
To develop children’s physical and mental potential.
To make children aware of the importance and utility of local bio-diversity, social and natural heritage, and educate them to preserve them.
To develop physical and environmental infra-structures as they play a great role in the process of getting education.
To identify poor and intelligent student for the provision of necessary scholarships considering the economic source and situation of school and educate them.
To involve students in the process of national development by creating a condusive educational environment and by making them competitive by dint of education, and to identify and use necessary educational materials for leading the school to modern scientific technology and for quality education.
To work continuously for the overall development of education by carrying out other necessary works as prescribed by government and other sectors.
To make children aware of their rights by abolishing the discrimination in caste, race, religion, sex, etc.
To encourage and offer opportunities to children who are financially handicapped and are unable to come to school to get an access to education by making education affordable and open.
To develop the institution as the leading educational institution committed to serve the community.

Target group:
All the children who are of their age to go to school.
Children of the helpless, disadvantaged, under-privileged and untouchable families who have no access to education due to various reasons.
The Children who drop out due to social and economic reasons.
The local community and others who have no access to education.
Achievements:
Though we are not financially strong, we are running school up to the primary/elementary level now. We've all together 157 students. Girls' ratio is quite satisfactory. And the children from ethnic groups also have been studying. We have been able to impress our parents / guardians our style of teaching in the context of education system of Nepal. We've also sent some children to other high schools after completion of elementary level here; they've also achieved better positions in those schools and have helped to maintain our prestige in the village. Now the parents in the village want to send more children to this school. That means they have positive look towards us, but due to the lack of sufficient classrooms, furniture and other infrastructural facilities we are not able to admit all the children in the school.
Extra Curricular Activities.
Besides teaching-learning activities in the classroom, we conduct special classes in intellectual, cultural and physical sectors in our school viz. dance, music, quiz, elocution, debate, spelling contest, drama, games and sports, and much more related to education, physical health and environment. We also offer prizes for the winners to encourage them for their more participation and better result.
Shortcomings:
 Though School management has achieved so much sympathy and well-washings from the villagers, we have still been facing some problems to run the school smoothly. Parents here are not able to pay their children's school fees though it's just a nominal in comparison to so called English medium private schools. Our school children want scholarships and sponsorships. The government here seems indifference to the community based schools like ours. But the flow of students is towards the community based English medium schools.
 Our parents demand to upgrade this school to high school level as they have to send their children far off in the towns about an hour's walk. It is about 5 kilometers dusty and muddy narrow roads to reach the high schools in the town. No public vehicles are available there. Roads here are muddy in rainy and dusty in other seasons.
 More than 70 percent of students in our school come from below poverty level financial background. They often come to school without usual proper stationery (such as pens, notebooks, crayons, etc.), lunch and more than 50 percent in improper uniform.
 School lacks good building, well managed classrooms, easy desks and benches, water facility and well equipped play-ground. It is our compulsion to run the school in a simply built school, just like a shed, where students have to be adjusted anyway.
Future plan to get Achievement
We have been trying to find the way out to handle the school in a better way. We want our school flourishing and providing better education in modern ways. For that financial condition should be made strong.
We are seeking help from any NGO's and INGO's or personal support. So that the thirst of the education of the village children (remember, only the people who have low economic status live in the villages of our country) can be quenched satisfactorily. For that the present school management has put forth the following points in their mind from our planning and suggestions provided by our guardians and well-wishers.
 The financial position of the school has to be made very strong.
 The school must have its own land and modern school building.
 Modern facilities like library, science and computer labs, etc. should be established.
 Equipments for the games and sports must be sufficient.
 The school should hire full time dedicated trained teachers.


How can these things be fulfilled?
School management has put forth some ideas to fulfill the aforesaid points.
 To request the donor agencies / charities for the financial help.
 To request the volunteer groups to help the school for some time for teaching and other social activities related to school and society.
 To request educated personnel and educationists or anyone who live inside or outside our country to help whatever they can do for the children and school.
 To start charity shows and other programs from our school children and management.
 To make requests to the parents, relatives, friends, and so on.
 To accept any kind of help (financial, materials like uniform, notebooks, pens, crayons, school bags, books, etc.) from any person who are willing to help whatever.)
 To make a request to the interested personalities to visit our school so that they also can help some way they want to.
 To start income generating programs among our parents.
Why these all?
It's already mentioned that the economic status of the parents here in the village is quite low. The future target of the school is to provide quality and modern education in nominal cost, if possible, free of cost. It's already said that the village people are those who can't harmonize themselves with the town dwellers in any way. To uplift the educational standard of the village our effort might work, we hope.
For Further Details:
Mailing Address of the school:






Contact person:
Govinda Prasad Panthy
Founder/teacher/ manager.
Shantideep Adarsh Vidhyasadan.
Sav(School)
Bageshwori-7, Nepal.
email: savschool2000@yahoo.com
Phone (Res.) +977-01-6616559./ Mob. (+977)9841206385
At 12:47am on April 27, 2008, Anne Fox said…
Hi there. Been to take a look at your site which is the first one I've seen used for a class but you seem to be the only member. Does that mean it's read-only for the students?

I'm working on developing a teacher training for Web 2.0 even as we speak. There will be more at www.vitae-project.eu within a few months. But I don't think you could have come to a better place than Classroom2.0 in order to meet people who can help. Keep an eye out for events and discussions. The wiki sounds good too http://www.classroom20wiki.com/live+workshops

I am not Danish but here in Denmark people say 'the monkey's yours.' when they are giving you responsibility for a particularly unwelcome task.

Another one is 'The first to the mill...' which means 'first come, first served'.
At 9:16pm on April 26, 2008, AaroSco said…
Hello Anne!

I've become a new member not too long ago and am very excited about this site. Needless to say as a new member I know no one. May I kindly invite you as a guest to my site (http://ntoond2.ning.com/). Any suggestions or comments you may have on how best to navigate the 2.0 world would be most appreicated.

Also, would you care to share any sayings which are particular to your country on my site? For example, in the US one can say "Waste not, want not" or "Birds of a feather flock together", "A stitch in time saves nine"... and so on.

I'd be most grateful.
Thanks and hope to hear from you.

Aaron
 
 
 

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