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Kia Ora Richard, I wanted to make some global connections during this learning experience, so I have picked you as one of my 3 people to send discussion posts to for the week 8 activity. I am very impressed with the layout of your profile page - simple and strong. It has inspired me to make some changes to mine. I hope you enjoy the rest of this course. I have found it challenging but really enlighening. All the best! --Deb Stewart 11:26, 31 July 2010 (UTC)
Warm wishes from your WikiNeighbour. Richard, I have started developing a Math Glossary. The goal is to serve as a term's definitions respository for Math Projects. I invite you to join the Glossary and add new terms. Maybe we can extend it to match Physics terms, or create a brand new Physics Glossary. What do you think?. See MathGloss Cheers. --chela5808 16:01, 2 January 2009 (UTC)
welcome here on this platform.
My name is Günther Osswald, a m/ph teacher in Germany.
As you started in your sandbox about Mechanics: I've a wiki project in my school for grade 11ers: Mechanics11
I don't know, but would you maybe have a look at it and tell me your opinion?
And: there is still an English translation lacking, maybe this could be something for you to work on?
Best regards, Günther --GünOss 11:03, 17 December 2008 (UTC)
Hi Mr. Günther Osswald, I feel privileged to be communicating to you. Am very much interested in knowing more about your project mechanics11 . It sounds very exciting and am sure we can share our experiences and benefit from each other very much. Looking forward to hearing from you soon. Warm regards--Kyaks 13:54, 18 December 2008 (UTC).
Hi Richard, just call me Günther.
Mechanics11 is the on-line script for my course in Mechanics, grade 11. It accompanies my regular teachings in the classroom. Students are uploading solutions to the problems I posed. All in all it is a good complement to face to face work, as it is an asynchronous medium. And: students can access the pages from at home.
For more info please see the page "about" in the English version.
Have still a good time on the workshop, Günther--GünOss 09:48, 19 December 2008 (UTC)
Hullo Richard! Congratulations upon putting up a wiki page. We have a task of completing our content. Let us work harder to produce excellent work. We can actually continue working on it to perfection. All the best. Lucy. --Lserunkuuma 12:41, 18 December 2008 (UTC)
Welcome to WikiEducator! -- I see that you're a graduate of Makerere -- the gem of higher education on the east coast! You're part of a pioneering group of Ugandan educators in the secondary school sector and we look forward to seeing Gayaza High school leading OER development in the east coast.