Fw: Great comments as online tutors and online email mainstraining
--- On Thu, 8/27/09, Samwel Kongere <jambita1@...> wrote:
> From: Samwel Kongere <jambita1@...>
> Subject: Great comments as online tutors and online email mainstraining
> To: Mendenyo@yahoogroups.com
> Cc: Learningfromeachother@yahoogroups.com
> Date: Thursday, August 27, 2009, 3:17 PM
> Good comments from Tom, Ricardo and
> I am coming into the mainstraining type of understanding,
> there are DVDs, CDS, flask disks, cameras, and other
> electronics devices. If you consider our internet
> connection, it will be good to have some specialities.
> Some friend of mine told me two things at a time. 1. Be
> consistent 2. Better see something once than hear about it
> hundred times. I know you may read in between the lines in a
> mail page, but if i ask you, where do you belong? What are
> your focuses,
> endeavors? Goals and knowledge?
> As i am training the youths this week on life planning
> skills, there comes a question regarding butterflies and
> bees which of the insects is consistent? A butterfly will
> keep on jumping from one flower to another depending on
> colour, nector, or oduor of the flower but a bee will go for
> the best flower to make the best honey combs. Where do you
> I know Ricardo has the best interest for pictures, an
> engineer of techies on electronics and what goes by it, mmh!
> Andrius directs our MS lab, Janet is a vast informative
> clear views of orgs. Pamela is the most admired eco-social
> teacher. I am trying to makes ideas from thoughts if i leave
> others, what are your focuses!
> If you have pictures wrap them well send them Ricardo, he
> will work on them and if you have philosophical.questions
> send them to Andrius, he will give you direction.
> We in East Africa around Lake Victoria. We are focusing on
> 'sustainable local community tourism and and agriculture'
> www.friendsofrusingaisland.org what are your points to
> help us reach there. Do not make us confused. If you do
> this, you are making us fools of own!If the mails we are
> posting confuse your thoughts, are you a butterfly? And if
> you consist on your knowledge base approach, are you a bee?,
> my last quetion where do you belong?
> I am visiting Mina academy today at Kisui-Mbita to see how
> the directors and volunteers, community members are making
> the children happy. In simple terms 'learning from them'