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This is a test reply in the Communication and interaction function of WikiEducator. I can see a lot of potential for this, particularly to negotiate content while writing open content materials in a collabortive environment and provide quality content that is consensus based.


Missan (talk)18:30, 19 October 2007

The possibilities are endless to what can be achieved when great minds collaborate for the common good. Juan Medford

Roxanna (talk)02:32, 8 May 2008

Education is progressive, it's great when professionals can converse together and share their opinion on similar topics, we will all learn from each other.

Pbelfon (talk)01:28, 26 February 2009

 For sure. 

It takes a good learner to be a better teacher.

Pleb1 (talk)16:31, 3 May 2010

Wow this is profound!  Love it

Stephcamp (talk)21:45, 28 May 2010

Me too! That's exactly how I feel. You can't be a good teacher if you're not prepared to learn. --Mary Di Mónaco 02:58, 31 July 2010 (UTC)

Marydimonaco (talk)14:58, 31 July 2010

I agree absolutely. There is need for openness and a readiness to learn from one another as we converse.

GabKon (talk)20:21, 9 February 2011

Yes I agree wholeheartedly. Dennis Bell

Dobell (talk)01:18, 28 February 2009

Yes, when great minds sit together and share ideas possibilities are endless in achieving certain goals and objectives. WikiEducator platform is one such endless and great platforms where people can create content and share with others.


Mutuzana (talk)23:38, 18 May 2010

That is very true. At the click of a mouse you can receive fresh and useful ideas from all corners of the globe! I have benefited immensely from UNESCO-UNEVOC online forum discussions. Gabriel Konayuma, Zambia

GabKon (talk)20:23, 9 February 2011

Collaboration makes the learning better

Deepty Gupta (talk)04:43, 4 July 2013

Collaboration also helps in knowing one's strenths and weaknesses to perform much better

Vinivpuri (talk)08:37, 4 July 2013

Hi Sanjaya,

I agree with your apreciation. WIkiEducator have as Juan described below "endeless possibilities". In my opinio, after you learn the basics, creativity plays an important role fot the use of this tool.

Mbjohnson (talk)16:01, 6 June 2008

Hello Sir,

I am Saravanan.S from Annamalai University and now i am practicing how to reply on threads on discussion with communication & interaction function of WikiEducator.

Saran (talk)23:40, 14 August 2008

Hello Saravanan, Glad that you're practicing. Me too!

Erica.layer (talk)21:55, 31 March 2009

Hello Erica, more of 'me too' and practicing. ---Reiner- 21:19, 4 June 2010 (UTC)

Reiner (talk)09:19, 5 June 2010

Greetings to "you-all", This is all about praciticing I agree - but I always have to go back an practice several of the previous days before it all makes sense again - hence it is Monday and I am still on day 8!

Fiona Bulman (talk)17:37, 2 August 2010

Hello! I agree with you too. It´s necessary to go back several times before to continue.

Fermont (talk)01:43, 15 August 2010

another "me too" :-)

Klausr (talk)21:07, 3 August 2010

Hi Saravanan, It's lovely to meet you here. I am now practicing replying to your thread. I hope you enjoy the rest of the course. --Brenda Hallowes 19:41, 31 October 2010 (UTC)

Brendah (talk)07:41, 1 November 2010

Hi Sanjaya, just testing the talk pages for the training.  :-)

Nmalone (talk)15:45, 15 September 2008

It is really a great opportunity for each Wikibuddy-Iam saying the right thing? to have where to run when things go either right or wrong with their pages, hence creating a harmonous environment of collaboration and mutual understanding... great development


Believe (talk)17:46, 5 December 2008

I think we did the online workshop together - doing this rather late but checking out how to use this - rather intimidating for a layperson. Regards Nimrat

Nimrat (talk)03:10, 11 December 2008

Yeah, I believe that developing lessons or modules for online classes should be a team effort and that the first thing to do is plan first what needs to be taught then proceed with the development of lessons or modules for online classes. I am Maria Cecilia C. Basconcillo, a Social Studies teacher from the Philippines.

Cecille2274 (talk)22:19, 18 June 2009

How do you receive notification of these replies if you enter a discussion? ----Jane Brotchie 08:40, 30 September 2009 (UTC)

JaneBr (talk)20:40, 30 September 2009

Hi Jane, have you tried clicking on the "Watch" tab at the top of the page? I think that's how I set up my feed. And now I just replied to another post. --Brenda Hallowes 19:46, 31 October 2010 (UTC)

Brendah (talk)07:46, 1 November 2010

Yes, i agree with Sanjaya. There is alot of potential of negotiating open content materials in a collaborative environment. Open content can travel well and have no borders or restrictions. When such type of material is developed and posted, people are free to use them and tailor them according to the way they want to use them in a classroom situation. In this case, users won't have a trouble of copyright issues. Though the material developed is open to everyone, quality material is needed to be put on open portal.


Mutuzana (talk)23:29, 18 May 2010