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I noticed that you teach Biology. My students and I have produced some lesson plans that may be of interest to you: Biology_in_elementary_schools
I would love to have your opinions. I wonder how our lessons may work in other countries. I suppose those involving snow will be of little use in your country.
Welcome to WE!
dmccabe 18:34, 12 February 2009 (UTC)
Hullo, Am so previllaged, for such ideas are good because we share knowledge which enable us to develop our skills especially in teaching biology. So am postive about your view and i would also like to make good use of them here in Africa (Uganda). Let us just go ahead with it, it will of great benefit to me and to scholar here in Uganda. THANK YOU.
Hi Kizito! I am a biologist from the U.S.A. and interested in biology education. I've been developing biology learning resources on the English Wikiversity, a site that has a similar mission to WikiEducator. I'm pretty new on WikiEducator but I've already developed some learning resources here. I'm curious what aspects of biology you would like to teach your students. Uganda has some amazing ecosystems and species, IMO.
Also, I noticed your external links are listed as numbers. Did you know that you can list your external links by name? When you edit a page, click on the picture that has the globe and the piece of paper on it (above the edit box). I'm about to put some Biology external links on your Userpage so you can see examples of how to do this. --AFriedman 19:07, 14 February 2009 (UTC)
Welcome to the WikiEducator community! It is great for me to see so many new Ugandan users!
My name is Günther Osswald, a German science teacher and passionate member of this community.
I'm looking forward to collaborate in fostering the teaching of science subjects in Uganda.
Best regards and have a good time on this workshop!--GünOss 09:20, 13 February 2009 (UTC)
Hi Gunther, Am glad to here from you and the fact that you are a science teacher just like me, then that creates a stronger bond between us. The point you raised is so important,for us to collaborate as science teachers. I basically teach BIOLOGY as a major and i have found it ineteresting.However i still need alot from people like you to make the subject more interesting. There are certain things i would like to put here for you but am still looking forward to see how i can do it, to make it reliable and understandeble.