preload
Mr G Online

My Symbaloo

Print Friendly

3 Responses to “My Symbaloo”

  1. Angela Says:

    Hi Mark,
    I am a Research Assistant at Deakin University. We are doing research on teaching literature in digital environments and wondered if you would be interested in participating in our survey of Victorian teachers. Could you please contact me [email protected] if you are interested? Regards Angela

  2. Louise Marrier Says:

    Dear Mark:

    Visual Learning Systems is excited to announce a new book for the iPad: “Core Ideas in Life Science”, which covers the middle school life science core curriculum. After reading your blog, we would be delighted for you to review it.

    http://www.visuallearningsys.com/etextbook

    You can find the book on the iBookstore
    https://itunes.apple.com/us/book/core-ideas-in-life-science/id575263524?mt=13

    Please contact us if you are interested in receiving a complimentary copy of the entire book.

    Sincerely,
    Louise Marrier
    visual learning systems
    25 Union Street
    Brandon, VT 05733
    (802) 247-3214
    e-mail: [email protected]
    Core Ideas in Life Science

    visual learning systems

  3. Andrea Says:

    Hi Mark,

    I was researching influential education sites and blogs when I cam across your site and wanted to get in touch with you but couldn’t find a direct email address.

    I have find your site to be extremely informative especially about the topic I am interested in – education technology. I was particularly interested in your article asking has education arrived in the 21st century yet which I have shared with our followers (@examtime). You have raised a valuable point that educators need to integrate newer teaching methods into their classroom to enhance the education of their students.

    We have been working in the education technology sector for ten years and with ExamTime (www.examtime.com), we aim to help students improve their learning skills and contribute to their overall education thus we have similar aims – to help students get the best from their education. ExamTime is a new free online learning platform using proven techniques and tools – Mind Maps, Flashcards, Notes and Quizzes.

    We also have a feature which allows you to share resources you have created on your webpage or blog using a link or HTML code. Here is a link to our “How to Create a Mind Map” mind map and below is the embed code which you can insert into the HTML of your blog:

    We are continuously working to improve our features and add new study tools so that students can get the most from their personal learning environment. It would be great if you could sign up to ExamTime and let us know what you think at [email protected]. Signing up is instant and free so get started now!

    Hopefully, you, your readers and their students will be interested in ExamTime and find it useful. Visit our example study resources page (http://www.examtime.com/study-resources/) to see how you and your students can use ExamTime.

    All the best,

    Andrea

    The ExamTime Team

    P.S. See what Richard Byrne at http://www.freetech4teachers.com says about ExamTime:
    http://www.freetech4teachers.com/2013/04/examtime-create-share-flashcards-mind.html#.UYJ8o0pR2a8

Leave a Reply