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Hello all and welcome to my site.
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Target groups

This site is really directed to teachers and administrators of the Ministry of Education. ofTrinidad and Tobago.Teachers worldwide can also benefit.

WIKI Background

The WIKI is really a quick and simple way of producing a web site. Teachers would love to create wikis to teach their students. I will also be creating wikis to train teachers as a substitute to a face-to-face workshop.We will cut travel ,refreshments and print material costs.You will have much more teaching time with your students as we become an online community of learners.Collaboration at its best. I have initiated a project with NOSTT,some Physics teachers and a few Curriculum Officers to learn how to create wikis.

The National Open School of Trinidad and Tobago and WIKIEDUCATOR of Canada have been instrumental in the process. WIKIEDUCATOR is a project of the Commonwealth of Learning . We have also been given the motivation by Ms Dipwatee Maharaj, Director, Curriculum Planning and Development, Ministry of Education.

Here are some MUST SEE videos

 *Introducing the WIKI--          WIKIS IN PLAIN ENGLISH
 *Creating a free WIKI account-- :A Simple WIKI Video
     *Introduction to Learning4Content Project --:<Kaltura-widget  kalturaid='251518'  size='1'  align='c'/>

So welcome again and enjoy the site. Tell your friends and colleagues about this site and invite them to join wikieducator.

You will recieve FREE online training  from school or home  AND  a FREE   User Page.  
All  educators can register at     Just click on REGISTER NOW.

Teachers awaiting interviews/appointment are MOST welcome to join.

Any questions? (1) Leave a message by clicking the discussion link at the top left of this page.

    OR    (2)email me right here.
    OR    (3) Phone 1-868-636-1069/70 ext 1073/72.
    OR    (4) Fax   my office at 1-868-636-9296 
    OR    (5) Write to Director, Curriculum Planning and Development,Att'n H Sankar, RCLRC, Mc Bean
              Couva, Trinidad and Tobago.

Hollis Sankar