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At 6:27am on June 4, 2009, Gail Mitchell said…
Hi Ian
I have put out another discussion re how people use e-Portfolios presently, positives, frustrations and platforms that they are using. I also asked for some feedback re purpose
Keep an eye on the discussion and I will keep you posted re any interesting feedback that I receive.
Regards
Gail
At 1:31am on May 14, 2009, Tanuj Kakkar said…
Thank you for those activity links...really helpfull...thnx
At 3:03pm on October 19, 2008, Mark Cruthers said…
Hi Ian,

Yeah, we should have definately contacted you earlier. Just going through growth challenges. Any way, Wiziq would be very happy to partner with you. Let me know what you have in mind. We would love it if your guys would use our technology for your VC needs and do a few Wiziq public sessions to help attract more people to your group and invite the online audience to your areas of expertise and interests.

Mark
At 6:46pm on October 18, 2008, Mark Cruthers said…
Hi Ian,

Have you ever tried WiZiQ's Virtual Classroom? I would be interested in your view of it compared to sketchcasting.
At 1:11pm on September 18, 2008, Leslie Witten said…
Sorry! Of course I do not think you are monsters! The easy set up will help me "sell" your productivity sire to the teachers at my school. I am the librarian for a K-8 school in Los Angeles, CA. I help teachers, many of whom are not tech-savvy, understand and use 2.0 tools to reach their digital native students as well as make their own jobs easier. Yacapaca looks like a great tool. Especially since teachers have an easy set up and choices to use pre-created content, self-authored content, collaborative of independent fields. Keep me posted! - L
At 12:36pm on September 18, 2008, Leslie Witten said…
Whoa...Yacapaca looks incredible. I am right in assuming the administrative set up is extensive initially as teachers input students data and create/find assessments, but that the return is equally great in time saved by not grading papers and having visual and real-time projections of achievement?
At 11:27am on September 18, 2008, Leslie Witten said…
Hi Ian,

Nice to find like-minded people out here! I saw your profile...tell me about yacapapa...what kind of assessment? I'm interested...

Leslie
At 12:14pm on July 3, 2008, Michael Staton said…
You're the face behind Yacapaca!
At 4:15pm on July 2, 2008, Matt Christensen said…
I joined Yacapaca and, once time slows down for me, will implement its great functions. Gratefully, MC
At 7:21am on April 9, 2008, Helen said…
Hi, Ian
I followed your Chalkface project which led me here. I love Yacapaca so much and find a lot of useful stuff from your project.

Thanks again. I will continue to be a fan of Yacapaca. :)
At 8:11pm on November 7, 2007, BobStimson said…
Hello Ian,

You say there are no computers in the schools in Ukraine. Do students have computers at home? And do they engage in social networking like their Western counterparts?
Bob
At 12:46pm on November 1, 2007, Luke said…
Thanks, it's been a good thread so far I think.
At 2:27pm on October 27, 2007, Ian Grove-Stephensen said…
The best way to find out about any updates to Yacapaca is to sign up for a teacher membership (from the homepage - it's free). That automatically gets you on the mailing list. I am absolutely delighted if any member of Classroom 2.0 joins Yacapaca.
At 10:36pm on October 24, 2007, Hans Feldmeier said…
Welcome Ian from Germany! I focus on Web 2.0 apps as to education and I´m responsable for european school projects as to e-learning in Bavaria/Germany.
Feel free to check out my site or even search me on www.ziki.com
I created the biggest group on Classroom 2.0 about digital teaching methods like using wikis ...: DigiSkills with 203 members now. Would love if you decide to join this group
Hans

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