education

CMS: Moving Beyond Web 2.0

March 14, 2011

After many years of using technology in education and working with websites of all types, I thought of this topic. I summarizes my current experience with several educational websites and portals. The ideas is to help manage your online presence rather than being scattered in so many places. I have introduced this vision to TESOL […]

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Egypt 2.0

March 13, 2011

Few weeks ago no body would have ever believed the amazing political changes that happened so far. It was and still looks like a big dream all Egyptians along with many other Arab countries still experience against oppressive regimes. The question that arose to my mind and to many others right after the success of […]

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Education in the 21st Century (slides)

February 8, 2009

I came across this presentation which I find really interesting and referring to the type of skills needed for our students nowadays. The internet, as a learning ocean, provides many opportunities to fulfill most of the goals and requirements mentioned in these slides. However, it needs to be used with some control or observation in […]

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Communities of Practice (CoP) Revisited

June 4, 2008

In the following posts, I am going to shed some light on this relatively old concept of CoP. I would like to think about it from the perspective of users who have been contributing to CoP for several years. My main interest would be examining their performance, structure, impact, and possible further adaptation in wider […]

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