Ian Carmichael
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The Colour of My Dreams

Started Mar 11, 2013

Reading 2012
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Ian Carmichael Jan 8, 2013.

 

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"A couple of interesting articles: http://j.mp/1izr8fh and http://j.mp/R7utfR. It's about the aim of education and the shape…"
Apr 10
Jarvis Sheffield left a comment for Ian Carmichael
"Hello and thanks. I am happy to be here. "
Sep 20, 2013
Ian Carmichael left a comment for Jarvis Sheffield
"Welcome Jarvis, Look forward to sharing with you over the coming days. "
Sep 19, 2013
Ian Carmichael left a comment for annelies hoogland
"And hello and welcome Annelies - from Burnie, Tasmania! Hope you enjoy your part in this community as you engage, consider and contribute. "
Jul 16, 2013
Ian Carmichael left a comment for Pat Wentworth
"Welcome Pat, Feel free to explore, contribute and initiate!"
Apr 6, 2013
Ian Carmichael added a discussion to the group Florigelia
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Life Counts

Our state library culls its books from time to time. I rarely do. One of us is wrong! But in their culls I get to find some poor abandoned books to bring home and care for. Life counts is one of those.Old now (2000) but in its  280-odd pages it contains some superb infograms (we'd call them now),…See More
Mar 31, 2013
Ian Carmichael added a discussion to the group Florigelia
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When the picture matches the title

I don't know if there's a word for it - it's a kind of reverse onamatopoeia. I'm just reading Quiet - and I noticed that the U.S. cover is far noisier than the U K one. Anyone noticed any similar matches?See More
Jan 8, 2013
Janet Navarro replied to Ian Carmichael's discussion Reading 2012
"Great Idea, Ian.  You can be a skype-fly on the wall.  "
Dec 30, 2012

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Tell about your involvement in education, and your ideals for collegial sharing
I'm a teacher and a learner. Scratch me, and I want to communicate and help people understand something. I want to be able to do it better - so I'm keen to see what other practitioners have to share - and share what I can. My loves are science - especially physics, mathematics, ethics and epistemology, religion, theology and the relations between science and religion. I've been teaching and preaching and studying and reflecting for some 35+ years. I like the idea of collegial sharing, ideas and case studies of successful teaching escapades - but as an individualist, I'm not keen on being part of a team teaching situation ( I'll share pedagogy, but not 'on the ground' practice!)
About Me:
I'm a country boy from northern Victoria, Australia - currently teaching at a secondary Catholic College in Tasmania - in a mixture of subjects; Mathematics, Religion and Computer Studies. One wife, three children. Love British comedy, music of most kinds, reading, quietness. Conversation at times. (I mentally respond to the question "How would you like your hair cut?" with "Silently"). Enneagram type 5 - (a knowledge gatherer who has to be prodded to share what I know up to now - after all, there may be new stuff I'm not aware of and I want to be accurate!)
I don't keep a website - but I'm working on a GoogleLibrary, link below
Website:
http://books.google.com/books?uid=13131788043006503091

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Nostalgia's not what it used to be?

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Against the flow research?

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Disconnected Connectivity

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Limericks for learning

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The Joy of Connecting

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At 11:53am on September 20, 2013, Jarvis Sheffield said…

Hello and thanks. I am happy to be here.

At 1:05pm on July 7, 2012, Ellen Pham said…

Cute pic, Ian! Once again a little email message saying there is something new in Florigelia has brought me back to this online home for a visit.

Thanks, mate! (it's the photo :) )

At 9:21am on March 23, 2012, John DiPonzio said…

Thanks for the response and the welcome.

At 9:41pm on January 10, 2012, Alison M. Taylor said…

Wow!  This is wonderful!  First time I've had conversation with others online.  Very exciting.  I'm really drawn to Skip Zilla's interest in rhetoric.  I harp about noticing rhetorical devices when we look at primary documents and love linguistics and the use of words in general.  Media literacy is so important these days, so rhetoric deserves a front and center place in the educational discussion. 

 

At 9:01pm on January 2, 2012, Ariel Sacks said…

Thanks, Ian! I'm looking forward to it.

At 1:51pm on September 1, 2011, Anna Billings said…
Thanks, Ian.  Now I'll have to find another use for Connie's wonderful yellow flowers photo! :-)
At 12:55am on August 14, 2011, Yvonne Kogan said…
Thank you Ian, I look forward to our collective learning.
At 5:22pm on July 1, 2011, Robert Williams said…
Thanks Ian, I'm looking for some interesting conversations and discussion. I hope I add something to the forum.

cheers,
At 4:34pm on May 16, 2011, Larry Paros said…

Ian,

    Thanks for the kind words of welcome. http://walkrightinthemovie.com. More to follow in the weeks to come. 

      Larry

 

 

At 11:02pm on May 11, 2011, Paula Lindell Meyer said…

Hi, Ian,

Thank you for the welcome!

 
 
 

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