TEACHER COMMENTS ON WILDFILES.tv
June 9, 2003
Very impressive site so far! I would definitely like
to link to this from our School Internet Start Pages. I
was especially impressed with the policies. You have certainly
done your homework, and it supports what we try to teach
our students about being web wise. Is there any way you
can let me know when it is done, or more complete? I can
submit it to a list-serv that I am part of, and then over
2000 teachers will know about it worldwide.
June 18, 2003
The site looks great. I am going to forward your
site to The Teacher List. If the author
of The Teacher List likes it, he will forward
it to 2000 teachers worldwide.
July 14, 2003
email sent to members of The Teachers Page
My buddy, Andy, told me about this local gem called WildFiles.tv. This creative
Edmonton team has put together a collection of useful information on Canada's
wildlife (applicable to other countries too!). This is a very new project,
so some of the sections aren't quite done but the ClubHouse is there and ready
for visitors. From what Andy mentioned, there is a pending television show
July 15, 2003
Looky, looky what I found. I subscribe to this email service that tells me
about various educational websites that this guy thinks are worthy of telling
others. This is a local guy too! Anyway, congrats on getting onto The
Just wanted to notify you that we have placed a link to
your website on ours at www.pro-d.com/edlinks/index.html
under "Classroom". We choose
our links based on a number of criteria such as educational value or frequency
of updated content. You fit with flying colours.
Visitors to our site are k-12 educators, superintendents,
parents, homeschoolers and tutors. The main thing we
do is we supply on-demand professional development for
teachers. We provide both FREE and FEE-based resources.
We would appreciate it if you would consider placing
a link to our site on your website. Please check us
out at www.pro-d.com
Thanks for your educational resource, and keep up the great work!
Thursday, August 14, 2003
I am planning to write an "Exploring the Web"
article for our teacher outreach program highlighting
the materials in the Wildfiles site... of course I would
be linking to the site in the article. May I have permission
to do so?
LEARN North Carolina
Read the article: Exploring
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