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eT@lking: Flat Class Rooms and Global Collaboration at online in elluminate

July 28, 2010 from 8pm to 9pm
What is global collaboration and how can we use Web 2.0 tools to implement this into our curriculum to 'flatten' your classroom? Join Julie Lindsay and Vicki Davis (coolcat teacher)will share Flat Classroom pedagogy, how to get started and opportunities to connect globally.Link to the recording:About Julie Lindsay: Julie…See More
Jul 22, 2010
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May 15, 2010
James Spittal posted a blog post

Blog post about the DEECD Innovation Showcase

Hi all!Wrote up a blog post reflecting on the DEECD Innovation Showcase. Hope some of you might find it interesting.The link is here: http://blog.merspi.com.au/deecd-innovation-showcaseYesterday I attended the DEECD Innovation Showcase (hashtag #deecdIS) which is a Department of…See More
May 15, 2010
James Spittal commented on Anne Mirtschin's blog post Gifted Students from a student's point of view
"Hi Anne, Thanks for sharing this with everybody - and most of all: for hosting the webinar! :) Hope some people get some value/insight out of listening. If anyone has any questions about Merspi or the webinar, I would be happy to answer…"
May 15, 2010
James Spittal replied to Merryon Ryall's discussion Registrations now open to attend the 2010 Innovation Showcase
"Thanks Julie - I'll make sure to do so. I'd love to share some of them :)"
Apr 18, 2010
James Spittal replied to Merryon Ryall's discussion Registrations now open to attend the 2010 Innovation Showcase
"Thanks for that Merryon. Looks great, I'll be there for sure."
Apr 15, 2010
James Spittal left a comment for Anne Mirtschin
"Thanks Anne. It's great to see teachers like yourself with so much enthuasiam for helping students :)"
Apr 12, 2010
Anne Mirtschin left a comment for James Spittal
"A big welcome to you James. I really look forward to working with you and I congratulate you on your drive, ambition, success and innovation. It is wonderful to see students, like you, take on innovational challenges and turn them into powerful…"
Apr 12, 2010
James Spittal is now a member of Educators' Guide to Innovation
Apr 11, 2010

Profile Information

Do you work in the education sector? What is your role?
I am the founder of a Web 2.0 social learning website for VCE students, teachers and educators called Merspi.
Describe any innovative projects that you have been involved with (include weblinks if possible)
Free collaborative community-driven Web 2.0 social learning website for VCE students, teachers and educators called Merspi.

Students may ask any VCE-related questions and have them answered by teachers, tutors and fellow students.

You can check out Merspi at http://merspi.com.au
Describe any innovative projects that you would like to pursue for which you are seeking collaborative partners
As the founder of Merspi, I'm reaching out to teachers, educators, ed tech evangelists, principals, tutors, students and anyone with a common shared interest in improving education in Australia.

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The Merspi Blog on Educational Revolution and Educational Technology
http://blog.merspi.com.au

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If you'd like to have a chat about Educational Technology, feel free to drop me a line at jspittal@merspi.com.au

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Blog post about the DEECD Innovation Showcase

Posted on May 15, 2010 at 22:35 0 Comments

Hi all!



Wrote up a blog post reflecting on the DEECD Innovation Showcase. Hope some of you might find it interesting.



The link is here: http://blog.merspi.com.au/deecd-innovation-showcase



Yesterday I attended the DEECD Innovation Showcase (hashtag…

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At 8:31 on April 12, 2010, Anne Mirtschin said…
A big welcome to you James. I really look forward to working with you and I congratulate you on your drive, ambition, success and innovation. It is wonderful to see students, like you, take on innovational challenges and turn them into powerful learning opportunities. Online tools and their effective use in interacting and networking, will move our educational revolution forward!
 
 
 

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