April 14, 2008

Delhi calling


On our way into town
Originally uploaded by Edublogger

Yesterday I arrived in Delhi, India, for a week working with teachers from around India and the UK on the British Council's UKIERI programme, using eLanguages to link up and collaborate.

Heat, spice, people, car horns, loud touk touks swerving and swivelling to avoid cows and speeding cars on the motorway, vibrance... it's an awe-inspiring jolt to the system. I'll need to use Visuwords to find more words to describe this incredible place.

I'll be posting Flickr pictures and videos throughout the week, showing what Indian teachers are doing with technology (just talking heads, I'm afraid, because I can't make it out to any schools) and how partnerships with this country are flourishing.

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