Hi Scorbi, This is neat. Its like we can chat on here. I just wish I can see you at the same time like a real chat.
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Hi Samantha - thanks for your note. I came to wiki educator when searching for NCERD, and made a small change to the article. I hope to upload some educational material I have developed over the years, some while at NCERD. I have already copied some stuff I did on a Glossary of Computing.
I have very fond memories of my time at NCERD, and in Guyana in general.
Say hi to Joe for me, and also Mr. Goolsarran - I see he has an account here, tell him I'll be in contact soon!
I hope we'll talk again as I get more involved in wiki educator.
Hi Samantha, how are you? I was just going through the Guyana page and saw your name along with mine. I remember meeting you a few months ago when i came to NCERD to do a Moodle Presentation to the HODs. We actually spoke for a while after the presentation. Just saying hi. I am impressed with your page.
Keep the good work up
I am very impressed with your page! I am also in awe of the job you do! I have great difficulty developing lessons for students I can see and you have to develop lessons for students you never see! That is a daunting task!
The one thing I would like to see on your page may be some suggestions to teachers just starting to develop resources for primary students they will be interacting with through radio media! I know there are lots of teachers who would love to hear what you have to say!
Hi Paula, Thank you. I will post some stuff up as I learn more. This is new for me. I am a little slow at developing my page. Writing for radio is not easy. You have to see through your ears. LOL. Just close your eyes and write and that works. Every instruction must be like you are writing for the visually impaired. Hope that helps. Samatha.