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June 14, 2007

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James Farmer

Wow! That's a great post! Thanks for the Edublogs link and recommendation :)

You might want to link me to http://incsub.org though (more my personal space).

Cheers, James

Paul Wilkinson

Have you tried

http://www.electrocity.co.nz/

This is quite a fun city building game.

Jim Mcdougall

A very helpful summary! One of the things I want to do is think about how we can use wikis, blogs and shared photo sites like Flickr to enhance/develop links between our School and Former Pupils

Mr. Kamrowski

Great Post! I agree with you 100%. Web 2.0 is very exciting for geography teachers. I recently created a blog called "Our World." The purpose of the blog is to connect my students with people all over the world and discuss aspects of geography. The students live in a rural community in Wisconsin, U.S.A. If anyone is interested in participating, contact me at mr.kamrowski@gmail.com and visit the site:
http://geographyoftheworld.blogspot.com/

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