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|Ancient Past enhancing today's lessons||1||01:50, 22 September 2010|
|Welcome!||2||06:43, 1 August 2010|
Kia ora Álvaro We are practising our discussion lesson. Found your user page very informative and wonderful to view We are grateful for your inclusion of photos. You have kindly included a photo of structures left from the Classic Epoch which we would call pyramids. We are a school Mathematics teacher and wonder if you have lessons in Maths that include these ancient structures and whether you plan to contribute a page or to Wikieducator - curriculum which is enhanced by the structures. Everyone around the world is inspired by these structures and they are listed within the top man made wonders of the world. Many thanks --Zan 14:15, 5 September 2010 (UTC)
Thanks a lot for the nice comments on my page. Unfortunately, I am not a teaching Maths right now! But your idea about using the pyramids for a lesson is great! The Zapotec pyramids in my area are truncated bodies! Have a nice day!--Zapoteco 12:50, 21 September 2010 (UTC)
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Thanks a lot Benjamin for this nice welcoming note. I'm really sure that this is the way to become a better educator. Hope a great one too! Thanks again.
Dear Benjamin: Are there workshops in Spanish that I could recommend to the teachers who don't speak English? I would like to open a page for my school in order to use the wiki as a place where we can discuss many topics that we don't have time to do face to face, share knowledge and dreams and also a place to link our lessons content in order to reinforce those contents. Are there tutorials in Spanish?