Visit Classroom 2.0

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welcome to the wiki

Dear Colleagues

It gives me a great pleasure to be associated with you. You are special persons with great potential.It is clear to me that you come from diverse professional backgrounds. That is not a weakness, but lets unite in our diversity. We can learn from each other.All of us have our strength and areas that we need to improve. Mathematically speaking if we are fifty and each one of us contributes two ideas, that translates into 100 ideas. Enough of the crab.

My names are norbert kiprop boruett. I am a facilitator and passionate with e learning. What you are reading is an example of web 2.0. Haa haa so what is web 2.0? When you visit the internet and you read some material that you cannot modify, that is web 1.0. So web 2.0 is the read and write web, and that is what i have selected a wiki. All of you can use it, so we can promote interaction and collaborative learning.

So when you visit this site, go to left side of the wiki(home page) and you will find all the resources, ie the power points and other notes that i have uploaded. Equally all of you can upload material via links and power points, pdfs, to name but a few.

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— norbert boruett (@nboruett)