Blogtalk Downunder
   May 19-22, Sydney

21/5/2005

Our slides - Portfolio Building in Chinese Language Learning Using Blogs

Filed under: General — TAN Yuh Huann @ 2:19 pm

It really gives us great pleasure to share our experience with everyone here at the conference. Here’s our slides, and we welcome further discussion and exchange of ideas. Thanks to one and all and cheerio! :)

3 Comments

  1. Thanks guys, I really enjoyed your presentation :O)

    Comment by James — 21/5/2005 @ 2:24 pm

  2. Hi Guys,

    Really enjoyed your presentation. Came across something on Loic Le Meur’s blog that I thought could be of interest:

    “I had a very interesting breakfast with Mario Asselin this morning, he is the dynamic head of the Canadian school Institut StJoseph in Qu├ębec. Mario has launched one of the best initiative I know in the educational world as most of the 400 4 to 12 years old school kids and most of the teachers use blogs to capture everything and collaborate, it is called cyberportfolios.
    We have discussed how Mario launched it, the first experiences and how it is evolving, fascinating. Now Mario is being asked to share his experience and help in similar projects around the world.

    Here is the mp3 of Mario Asselin’s podcast (in French, 21,3 Mo, about 43 minutes). I know it is not a real podcast as it should be in my feed, etc, sorry no time to do it right ;-) ”

    Link: http://www.loiclemeur.com/
    the relevant post is the one for May 17th

    This is the link for the cyberportfolio - http://cyberportfolio.st-joseph.qc.ca/

    If you are interested and need any help translating the French let me know and I will try my best!

    Comment by Mary — 25/5/2005 @ 12:55 am

  3. Hi Mary! Real cool! Thanks for sharing the piece of example. Indeed, looking forward to see a similar implementation in one of our local schools one day :-)

    Comment by Yuh Huann — 25/5/2005 @ 2:40 am

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