September 3, 2007 in Wild Gardens
Bee to the blossom; Moth to the flame;
Each to his passion; what’s in a name?
Helen Hunt Jackson
How Does My Garden Grow?The Wild Garden is a garden that grows Web 2.0 projects that have been designed to show educators and their students how good curriculum can be delivered and the outcomes published, using new technology such as blogs, writeboard, photo board and many other exciting applications. The Web 3 Telegraph is a blog which facilitates communication between those committed to using Web 2.0 tools, in Education, to engage students.
Join the Wild GardenDon't just watch, in wonder, at the way this virtual garden is growing as staff, students and the wider community contribute by responding to the activities within the "Magic Garden Project". Make sure to join us and share your expertise. Mix with other gardeners, experiment with a range of multi media and digital art and publishing options, and help spread the word of this wild, wired gardens...
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Wild Garden Posts
- Wild and Pressed.
- Heather Blakey Joins SARK – New Writing Guide
- Magic Garden Art Work from Reservoir East
- Fuzzy Felt Wild Garden
- Adding images to Online Gardens
- A Natural Wild Garden
- Getting Back on Track
- Wall Hanging
- Workshop at Healesville High
- Seasons of Time: A Reflection
- Carol’s magic garden ATCs
- The Magic of Totem Animals
- In the Garden of the Senses
- And So It Begins…
- Thinning the Seedlings
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