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BAD: My son is in Melbourne on a prepaid Telecom (sorry Spark) phone. He had to take some important calls so pretty quickly all his credit was used up. Simple… just top it up. WRONG… problem is the top up system … Continue reading
I have agreed to coach a junior soccer team, or should I say football? I just sent team members a survey about previous playing positions, parental help etc. and asked if they were setting up a Facebook page. Then it … Continue reading
I had a brief look at what was involved when advertising with both Google AdWords and Facebook “likes” for small local businesses. The default setup via Google AdWords resulted in circa $2.00 per click. This could potentially be quite expensive … Continue reading
Source: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Inspirational-Treats/515012778596874 I have been helping set up Facebook, Pinterest and corresponding social media sites around the topic of inspirational quotes. This is not as easy as it seems particularly with the closeted nature of Facebook i.e. getting a Facebook posting … Continue reading
Designed to complement the official web page, not replace it… more informal than formal. Providing students information where they are… not where you want them to be, http://www.wegc.school.nz/content/wegc-official-facebook-page
These are very good … I have been showing them to classes recently and following up with questions that challenge their thinking (hopefully) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y2JhpNbe2Io https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ftQ6A3DKKeg
will be allocated a typewriter to use for the duration. They can take what they type and enter it that night for homework. I knew there was a good reason to have one of these in a school.