Melbourne EDNA workshop this Friday


Some late breaking news. This Friday I’ll be speaking at an EDNA ICT Workshop at the State Library of Victoria. EDNA is “Australia’s free online network for educators”. Among other things, they run me.edu.au, which is pretty much Facebook for teachers, and a great calendar of educator events. I understand that they are an especially useful resource for casual teachers and others who fall through the cracks of the usual (state) teacher networks.

This workshop is part of a series of workshops around the country. My talk will be an updated ersion of the talk I gave at ACEC last year. Guaranteed to be better second time around! :D

18 May, 2009 • ,

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