An ongoing project to make sure that the English language version is up to date with the other versions
I've worked on your book with children of all ages from elementary school to high school, starting in 2006, once read your book. I was convinced by his experience convinced with what interest the guys do on your book. I want all teachers in Russian schools got acquainted with your book, as it allows you to effectively teach children.
I waited for the translation of your project on the Russian language, as I am very busy man. But, alas, did not wait. I have my translation, but it must mark up the text into a computer.
Therefore, to report that shortly before the February 2011 I will give the text in the editor, pdf. I am an expert in the field of pedagogy: I am PhD in computer science teaching methods.
How should I act so as not to violate the rights of the author. Yours Irina Derevianko (Ikar60@gmail.com)
Hi all! I am writing to notify you that I discovered by chance the Unplugged Teachers in its Italian translation version and I got so enthusiastic with it , that I decided to set my self up for a complete translation of the whole book. I certainly run into a few problems with some specific technical words, but with the help of a few special personal friends of mine, I gradually made it to the end! I also got terrific help and encouragement by my son (Stefano), who patiently and diligently elaborated ALL the pictures and converted all the dialogues and the comments into the Greek language!
I saw, however, that in your site, you mention somewhere the name of a certain Theophanis Hatzigrivas, as a translator/ contributor in the Greek language. I tried to contact him via Facebook, but I am still awaiting for his reply. sPlease, keep me informed, so as to avoid myself going "out there" with all this work done, that -perhaps- somebody else has already gone over it......
In any case, my e-mail address is: firstname.lastname@example.org and my name is Constantine Mousafiris. I live in Thessaloniki (in Central Macedonia, Northern part of Greece), and I work as a Paediatrician. I understand you might wonder how come I got involved into this.... I got registered as a member in the local GreekLUG (GNU/ Linux users group Association) and so I came to discover the beauty of Free Software and the joy one can draw from simply offering one's work to a community.
I shall wait with great interest your reply
Friendly regards from Greece
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