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[seul-edu] Some nitty with a bit of gritty....
Kudos to all involved in the roll-out of Schoolforge - As a middle
school teacher it speaks to me. Great Job.
While I am particularly enamored of the idea of creating on-line
texts, my current questiona are a bit more mundane:
banner as open-source (dare I say it) software?
2) If the answer to 1) is yes, how do we establish, become aware of
or in some way determine a repository? Should they be peer edited
and classified? Should there be standard formats for submission?
I ask these questions because I am generating scripts on an ongoing
basis to supplement my lessons and lesosn plans - and I also try to link
to appropriate interactive sites.
Eventually, I would liek to start compiling 'pages' which are
subject/topic specific and compile a type of on-line text.
I would envision some sort of generic page format and a way to
classify various lessons as to level, dificulty etc.
Those of you who are ahead of me let me know how (and where)
to catch up.