# User talk:Bbosa

## Contents

Greetings!005:28, 23 March 2009
Warm greetings from Mexico207:48, 26 February 2009
Greetings to those attending the workshop by randy007:43, 26 February 2009
Teaching Aids for equivalent vectors102:35, 24 February 2009
Greetings,100:03, 14 February 2009
Welcome!123:56, 13 February 2009

• Oliotia Sebo. Very nice User page. Recommendations (we do not have to be bad to get better): cut and paste some of your CV material into a subsidiary user page, to shorten this one; add some illustrations and photos; more description on intended pages and projects on WikiEd; a bit more on your personal interests. Keep on keepin on. --Phil Bartle 07:38, 1 April 2009 (UTC)
20:38, 1 April 2009

## Greetings!

Hi Sserunkuuma,

Warm welcome to the WikiEducator family of educators and learners! I am a Co-Facilitator for eL4C 21. Feel free to alert me for learning helps.

Regards
Anil Prasad 16:28, 22 March 2009 (UTC)

05:28, 23 March 2009

## Warm greetings from Mexico

 Hi Bbosa , I'm your WikiNeighbour.I see you are planning to add some math notation, it's the perfect moment to start using the powerful $\mathrm{L\!\!^{{}_{\scriptstyle A}} \!\!\!\!\!\;\; T\!_{\displaystyle E} \! X} \,$ codes in order to render clear & good looking formulas like this one: $x=\frac{-b\pm\sqrt{b^2-4ac}}{2a}$. Seems familiar to you? Absolutely. 1. First of all, you will need a cheat sheet where you will find codes of the most common math symbols. Click here for Help:Displaying Special Characters 2 I'm also working in the creation of a comprehensive collection of $\mathrm{L\!\!^{{}_{\scriptstyle A}} \!\!\!\!\!\;\; T\!_{\displaystyle E} \! X} \,$ symbology help page: Help:LaTeX_Symbol_Tables. This job is still in progress, please visit the project, I'd love you hear your suggestions and, If you wish, join me! 3. Practice the codes in your Sandbox. Once you feel confident, you may want to learn more. Great! look around some of the thousands of pages we have in WE, if you find $\mathrm{L\!\!^{{}_{\scriptstyle A}} \!\!\!\!\!\;\; T\!_{\displaystyle E} \! X} \,$ symbols, switch the page to edit mode and study the codes. Copy and paste them in your sandbox, we always learn from others, that's the wiki way. 4. I highly recommend you to visit the Content page, where you will find most of the current projects we are developing in WikiEducator. Click on the Math or Physics Projects, you will find more pages with math symbols to learn from. Click here for more projects. Please let me know if you need further assistance. Just drop me a message in my Talk Page or Reply this message. I will come back. Have fun while learning. Gladys Gahona. --chela5808 14:02, 23 February 2009 (UTC)
03:02, 24 February 2009

hi gladys it is nice to be your wiki neighbour and tried to survey some of the links you gave and were very good thank so much dear hope am in the right hands of the neighbour

Bbosa (talk)07:46, 26 February 2009

hi gladys it is nice to be your wiki neighbour and tried to survey some of the links you gave and were very good thank so much dear hope am in the right hands of the neighbour

Bbosa (talk)07:48, 26 February 2009

## Greetings to those attending the workshop by randy

welcome wikis

lutalo bbosa

Bbosa (talk)07:43, 26 February 2009

## Teaching Aids for equivalent vectors

Am a teacher of mathematics and am preparing to teach vectors and equivalent vectors in particular and am need of assistance with teaching aids that can help me help the learners here in resources constrained settings Uganda

Bbosa (talk)23:31, 14 February 2009

Hi Bbosa,

02:35, 24 February 2009

## Greetings,

Hi bosa,i have been reading through you profile and it seemed to me that your a very hard working fellow,however you only need to clarify to us you future plans.It is so good that that we have connections with you and how we pray to God that we continue that friendship forever and ever AMEN.

22:16, 13 February 2009

hi kizito thank you for appreciating my effort first am not that hardworking but am just trying to be you there is no investment but than education the sky is the limit

Bbosa (talk)00:03, 14 February 2009

## Welcome!

Hi Lutalo,

Welcome to the WikiEducator community! It is great for me to see so many new Ugandan users!

My name is Günther Osswald, a German science teacher and passionate member of this community. I'm looking forward to collaborate in fostering the teaching of science subjects in Uganda.

You know Oikocredit? [1]

Best regards and have a good time on this workshop!--GünOss 09:12, 13 February 2009 (UTC)

22:12, 13 February 2009

hi gunter it is nice to hear from u it is very good to have some body like who care in fact i hapen to teach in one remote school and the problem i find kids dont have access to very basic items they need to study sceince eg calculators,logarithm tables, and other science equipment i have an idea of loaning these some of these things to students in the school where i teach as a pilot study if it succeeds then we look at how it can be implemented else where! i need yr idea

Bbosa (talk)23:56, 13 February 2009