December 30, 2006

March: My favourite moments from 2006 on edu.blogs.com

March marked the moment where my work project, the Modern Foreign Languages Environment, started to hit its parabolic curve with some of the highest growth in community interactions and site hits we had seen.

March
3rd: Along with colleagues at Scottish CILT and LTS we were able to pull together a crack squad programme for Communicate.06, the new technologies development day and online conference for Modern Languages teachers. Since then, over 80 MFL blogs across Scotland have been created for long and short-term projects.
Dscf0006 10th: The Talking Teddies hit the blogosphere. Where are they now?
20th: My Flickr addiction was fed to greater depths/heights? by my new baby.
24th: I made my "Languages can't exist without social media" talk at the Royal Society. It wasn't blogged but was controversial, made the papers, and made Her Majesty's Inspectorate of Education publicly condone social media for learning.

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