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zygote, to becoming a fetus, the three trimesters, and the progressive development of the fetus through the weeks of pregnancy. It will cover the topic of birth and different birthing methods.

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  1. In order for fertilization to occur there must be a mature ovum present. Every month the ovaries release an egg. The sperm swim through the cervix and into the uterus which lead to the follapian tubes, this is where fertilization is most likley to take place.
  2. The sperm come in contact with the egg and the acrosome on the head of the sprem has a special enzyme to break down the corna radiata and the zona pellucida which are the protective membranes of the ovum (egg). Once the sperm reaches the inside of the egg it

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Planning events/Teacher educators New Delhi From WikiEducator < Planning events Jump to: navigation, search Contents [hide] 1 eLearning Workshop for Teacher Educators - South Asia 2 Aims and objectives 3 Technology support from the Commonwealth of Learning 4 Prospective participants - Expressions of interest 5 COL participants 5.1 Pakistan 5.2 India 5.3 Sri Lanka 5.4 Brunei 6 Suggestions for a hands on practical activity 7 Resources

[edit]eLearning Workshop for Teacher Educators - South Asia Dates: Scheduled to start on 6th Feb 2007 morning and conclude by lunch on 8th February (two and a half days having 10 sessions) Participants: About 25 teacher educators from all over South Asia is expected to participate in the workshop. Hosts: Indian Association of Teacher Education and the University of Delhi (DU) Occasion: The workshop will be followed by an International Conference of Indian Association of Teacher Educators from 8 Feb in the afternoon to 10 Feb 2007. Venue: We anticipate the DU will provide computer facilities for the workshop. [edit]Aims and objectives The primary aim of this workshop is to expand the network of teachers working collaboratively online to enhance the quality of education for all. In this way we can explore the potential of e-Learning in ways that are appropriate and sustainable for teacher educators in South Asia. This workshop is generously supported with funding from the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation in promoting the development of open education resources.

The workshop will introduce teacher educators in South Asia to the power of social software in developing teacher educator resources that can be shared and customised for local needs. Participants are not required to have any prior knowledge of these e-technologies, however skilled Web 2.0 teacher educators are more than welcome to join us. This will be a hands-on workshop where participants nominate to work on a shared resource which they can use when they return to their working enviroments.

This workshop will make a tangible contribution to the growing suite of available free content to support teacher educators around the world.

Specific objectives of the workshop include:

Hands on training in the basic skills of wiki editing; Exploring the meaning of free content and why its important to choose the right license; Looking at relevant exaxmples of free content developments in education; Developing a representative sample of an open education resource, so that participants can continue working together after the workshop is over. [edit]Technology support from the Commonwealth of Learning The Commonwealth of Learning ([1]) will provide free hosting services on WikiEducator for the ongoing development and sharing of free content to enhance the quality of education for all. This includes a discussion forum where teacher educator networks can continue to share ideas on best practice. The workshop will include training on the use of Wikieducator.

[edit]Prospective participants - Expressions of interest The organisers are currently in the process of identifying invitees for the workshop. Interested teacher educators who will be attending the International Conference of Indian Association of Teacher Educators from 8 Feb 2007 - 10 Feb 2007 can submit an expression of interest by adding their name and contact particulars below.

[edit]COL participants Sir John Daniel (Address - to be confirmed) Mohan Menon Wayne Mackintosh Leigh Blackall, Practioner and thought leader in networked learning. Educational Development, Otago Polytechnic in New Zealand (to be confirmed). [edit]Pakistan Expression of interest - Enter name and contact particulars here Expression of interest - Enter name and contact particulars here [edit]India Savithri Singh, Principal, Acharya Narendra Dev college, (University of Delhi), Delhi 110019 : ODL Coordinator of Bamboo and Rattan Course Development Project, Coordinator Elearning Project in Biology at DU; Narinder Bhatia, Project Manager, Shiksha India Trust, C/O Confederation of Indian Industry, 249-F, Sector-18, Udyog Vihar, Phase-4, Gurgaon, Haryana (;; conducts free workshops for teachers on open source tools and softwares [edit]Sri Lanka Expression of interest - Enter name and contact particulars here Expression of interest - Enter name and contact particulars here [edit]Brunei Mogana Dhamotharan, University of Brunei

[edit]Suggestions for a hands on practical activity The intention for the workshop is to work on something that would have direct benefits for participants when they return to work. We invite feedback and commentary from prospective participants on these ideas. You are free to add your own ideas to the list.

Commence with the conversion of the STAMP (Science, Technology and Mathematics Programme) modules into wiki format under a free content license. These resources were developed to support teachers in developing society contexts. This will enable teacher educators to contribute to the on going improvement and updating of the materials for use in their own teaching situtions. The workshop would provide teacher educators with the necessary skills to convert and refine the materials for local needs. See for example the work being done on the eLearning Guidebook. Work on the development of eLearning resources that could form part of a growing resource kit for teachers working in the field. See for example the ideas associated with the Talo (Teaching and Learning Online) project. [edit]Resources Help on using this wiki Retrieved from ""


sheds its tail and the two nuclei fuse and now the 23 chromosomes from the egg and the 23 chromosomes of the sperm join and they become a zygote.Chromosomes contain all the information needed to determine the genetic structure of the new baby. Normally all human beings have two chromosomes. A combination of either an XY(male) or XX (female) all ovum are X sperm are both X's and Y's, so they determine the sex of the baby.

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