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At 21:37 on July 20, 2009, Justin Sharpe said…
Ahh Becky,
Cheers for this! It's great to have you involved with edu4drr. I've just beeing going over the shakeout report today and will be writing a shortened educators guide, so that we can build on our experience and suggest useful tools for lessons before during and after the next. If you find any good videos on youtube etc you can upload them by clicking on the video's link here! Also when you get the chance have a look at the 'Resources' tab and look at the drills/plans section and comment on the lockdown stuff I wrote...Any good for your Borough by the way? Anyway keep in touch, I'll request you as a friend!
Justin
At 20:39 on July 20, 2009, Justin Sharpe said…
Hi Becky,
Glad to see you have joined! Great photo by the way, but you are a little modest on your profile! It would be good if you could add some detail about what you want to do in the future or to bring to the network it would be good! Look out for the newsletter soon!
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