February 23, 2007

Coming up on edu.blogs.com from the eTwinning annual event


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Barely the end of the morning and I've had three breakfasts - the Edinburgh Airport pain au chocolat, the BMI bacon panini and the Belgian waffles with strong coffee. Guess which one I prefer...

Coming up today and tomorrow will be some live blogging from the Belgian capital, Brussels, covering some of the amazing projects that are being showcased, the people behind eTwinning and how you can get involved.

My highlights will be to bring the Stephen Heppell talk on "New Ambitions, New Pedagogy, New Buildings, New Opportunities" Hopefully I'll be able to grab some exclusive interview material with him later on, too. Also, and this time a big first for me, will be taking part in an Oscar Stringer animation workshop tomorrow afternoon. Lots of opportunities there to bring some of his knowledge to those who've not had the Oscar touch.

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"the Edinburgh Airport pain au chocolat, the BMI bacon panini and the Belgian waffles with strong coffee. Guess which one I prefer... For me, the bacon butty would win every time. :-) I've just read backwards through your eTwinning post. A ton of good stuff there that I'll hopefully manage to comment or post on soon. Thanks for posting such a comprehensive set of material.

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