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How international are we?

Where do you work?   76 members have voted

  1. 1. Where do you work?

    • Africa
      0
    • British Isles
      21
    • Continental Europe
      15
    • Middle East and Central Asia
      2
    • North America
      17
    • Oceania and Antartica
      2
    • South America
      2
    • East Asia
      1
    • Australia/New Zealand
      8

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This is poll, you can only vote once.

Last time I did this I upset a lot of people's geographical sensibilities.

Please list your grievances below. :rolleyes:

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Grievance: Continetal Europe is big! Why not divide it by country? :rolleyes:

Don't start.

What about the 'Netherlands' and 'Everywhere else'? :D

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Reading the biographies section it seems we have members from Britain (53), France (8), Spain (5), Netherlands (4), Sweden (4) Australia (3), Canada (3), USA (2), Denmark (1), Belgium (1), Germany (1), Russia (1), Sudan (1) and Greece (1).

http://educationforum.ipbhost.com/index.php?showtopic=189

It is another reason to post your biography. We can then work out where our members are coming from.

Updated 19th January, 2004

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Living in Sweden is not the same as living at the European Continent. We need to take the boat over to Denmark to reach the Continent... :rolleyes:

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I am working in Korea, which is not in Central Asia or South-East Asia. ;)

It's North-East Asia. So I guess my answer is 'none of the above'.

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I am working in Korea, which is not in Central Asia or South-East Asia.  

It's North-East Asia. So I guess my answer is 'none of the above'.

Here is an updated account from reading the biographies section: Britain (58), France (9), Spain (5), Sweden (5) , Netherlands (4), Australia (3), Canada (3), USA (2), Brazil (1), Denmark (1), Belgium (1), Germany (1), Belarus (1), South Korea (1), Finland (1), Sudan (1), Greece (1) and Austria (1).

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I am working in Korea, which is not in Central Asia or South-East Asia. <_<

It's North-East Asia. So I guess my answer is 'none of the above'.

Sorry. :rolleyes:

Edited to read East Asia.

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Reading the biographies section it seems we now have members from Britain (59), France (11), Spain (6), USA (6), Sweden (5), Netherlands (5), Australia (3), Canada (3), Greece (3), Brazil (1), Denmark (1), Belgium (1), Germany (1), Belarus (1), South Korea (1), Finland (1), Sudan (1), Ireland (1) and Austria (1).

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Reading the biographies section it seems we now have members from Britain (61), France (11), Spain (7), USA (6), Sweden (5), Netherlands (5), Canada (4), Australia (3), Greece (3), Italy (3), Finland (2), China (1), Brazil (1), Denmark (1), Belgium (1), Germany (1), Poland (1), Serbia (1), Belarus (1), South Korea (1), Sudan (1), Ireland (1) and Austria (1).

http://educationforum.ipbhost.com/index.php?showtopic=189

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Reading the biographies section it seems we now have members from Britain (65), France (11), USA (8), Spain (7), Sweden (5), Netherlands (5), Canada (4), Australia (4), Greece (3), Italy (3), Finland (2), Brazil (2), China (1), Denmark (1), Belgium (1), Germany (1), Poland (1), Serbia (1), Belarus (1), Israel (1), South Korea (1), Sudan (1), Ireland (1) and Austria (1).

http://educationforum.ipbhost.com/index.php?showtopic=189

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Reading the biographies section it seems we now have members from Britain (67), France (11), USA (9), Spain (7), Sweden (5), Netherlands (5), Australia (5), Canada (4), Greece (3), Italy (4), Finland (2), Brazil (2), China (1), Denmark (1), Belgium (1), Germany (1), Poland (1), Serbia (1), Belarus (1), Israel (1), South Korea (1), Sudan (1), Ireland (1), Austria (1) and Hong Kong (1).

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We now have 420 members. Reading the biographies section it seems we now have members from Britain (67), France (11), USA (10), Spain (8), Australia (7), Sweden (5), Netherlands (5), Canada (4), Greece (3), Italy (4), Finland (2), Brazil (2), China (1), Denmark (1), Belgium (1), Germany (1), Poland (1), Serbia (1), Belarus (1), Israel (1), South Korea (1), Sudan (1), Ireland (1), Austria (1) and Hong Kong (1).

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I cannot help remarking that I do not feel as if I live in "Oceania and Antarctica". I know Tasmania is the last frontier of civilization before Antarctica (hence we have an International Antarctic Education Centre here in Hobart) but it does feel a bit of a watery description of Australia.

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