User talk:Emesee

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Hello Emesee, and Welcome to the OLPC wiki!

I hope you enjoy browsing and want to stay. As a first step, you may wish to read our introduction.

If you have any questions, feel free to ask me at my talk page — I'm happy to help. Or, you can ask your question at the main talk page.

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Good luck, and have fun. -- 07:10, 14 December 2009 (UTC)

Adding new pages

Hi Emesee,

Nice to see your edits here. When you make a new page about an entire category, please include some external links to discussions about the topic - where are people discussing this aspect of pedagogy, or this subject of learning; for primary school students or others? If you just include a sentence or a few words, the page won't help anyone else come up with new ideas, and may be deleted. Regards, --Sj talk 09:07, 19 December 2009 (UTC)

Yes, I agree with SJ's comment. I've added the Math category tag to the new pages you've created Addition, Division, Calculus. It is vcery useful to link pages into larger concepts on the wiki like the Math page. Unless these pages get developed into something more than a simple declarative sentence like "Math is good", then they are not adding much to the discussion about using the XO to enhance education. It might be best to work a bit on fleshing out some of the pages you have already created rather then just generating new stubs. cjl 18:01, 22 December 2009 (UTC)
Again with your latest new pages -- please try to add to existing pages rather than creating new ones! There are pages here already relating to each of those topics... --Sj talk