Monthly Archives: August 2012

The Skoolaborate / Tagai Team

The Skoolaborate / Tagai Team

Phil and Shanita to be photo shopped in shortly

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Green Hill Fort – Thursday Island -Tagai dance

Green Hill Fort - Thursday Island -Tagai dance

Green Hill Fort overlooking Torres Strait – Thursday Island – provided an almost magical backdrop to the Tagai State College Dance Group.

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NPAC join up with Tagai

NPAC students and Tagai students met up in Skoolaborate Friday afternoon. Fantastic to see just how easy it was to collaborate in the virtual world when you can’t in RL.

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Free building area

Free building area

These students have achieved everything we’ve asked from them and more.

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Day Two 3D modelling in Skoolaborate

Simply amazing how quickly the students pick up the skills to work in this space.

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WTL Skoolaborate Skateboards – gets great press in FNQ

WTL Skoolaborate Skateboards - gets great press in FNQ

WTL Program gets radical with skateboards, photoshop and skateboards

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Skoolaborate Dance Space is ready to go!

Skoolaborate Dance Space is ready to go!

Listen to the explanation of the various tools available to the students and teachers who will be working in as well as developing this area. Collaborative tools that sit within and outside of Skoolaborate are fully functional and work in real time as well as being accessible outside of core hours. See some of these demonstrated as well as seeing the potential for other social interactions that would otherwise not be available to students in remote areas of Australia

Ready to Go!

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