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This is so true. Teaching and Learning are an ongoing and lifelong process and wikieducator definitely provides a collaborative environment where we can and we are actually connecting and communicating with people around the world; while at the same time, encouraging reflection and discussion and creating further understanding through the use of new wiki skills. --Reen.redrose 16:11, 26 November 2010 (UTC) Reena Rajkomar 

Reen.redrose (talk)04:11, 27 November 2010

Wiki helps us to keep in touch with different people all around the world, despite the fact that we are not physically present. Our knowledge increases as time goes on, we become independent individuals, and more open minded. Through Wiki, we get to participate in a collaborative atmosphere, where learning forms a crucial part.

Wajiihahemambokus (talk)07:15, 27 November 2010

Very true, what I've learnt while working in teaching is that a collaborative atmosphere is a crucial part of meaningful learning as both the teacher and the learner come away from the experience enriched. Wikieducator displays the collaboration that early childhood teachers strive to each within centres on a world wide scale.

Katgrace (talk)14:18, 15 December 2010

Learning revolution is underway. The future is in collaboration. --Teromakotero 19:31, 15 December 2010 (UTC)

Teromakotero (talk)07:31, 16 December 2010

Some nice ideas here... I just wanted to test the "reply" feature. --Kathryn Mac Callum

Kate.m (talk)12:15, 16 December 2010

Testing the reply feature, a little late but better than never

Okeyd (talk)13:22, 19 December 2010