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November 22, 2008

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andy wallis

"Unopened for a few weeks"? How have you managed to restrain yourself? A pupil has promised to bring the World Tour in next week. Seriously can't wait. Have heard the touch pads on the new guitar are "awesome"! Enjoy your research Ollie.

OllieBray

Andy - I can confirm the whole game is spot on!

David Rogers

I look forward to the full educational review Ollie before buying ;-)

Rich

Research? lol. You'll be producing a full report I hope?!

Have obviously seen the material on LTS website and have been using GH3 a wee bit in school, but what other ways has it been implemented in the project? Are there any plans online or blog posts of good practice in the cluster schools?

Mr Webb and Room Six

That's a really clever idea to use that program. Will it be just as a motivational tool or will it have a music focus. Nice work with the blog by the way. If you need another NZ network link try our page on
tamakitoday.blogspot.com

OllieBray

Morning Mr Webb,

The game will be used as a context for learning - more details about the piolet project using GH3 here: http://maps.google.com/maps?f=q&hl=en&geocode=&q=poland+Street+London+UK&sll=51.485305,-0.089951&sspn=0.002946,0.006909&ie=UTF8&ll=51.513991,-0.13617&spn=0.002944,0.006909&t=h&z=17

The children loved the project.

I'll check out your blog - we are always looking for more contacts.

OB

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