Thanks so much for participating! Today we just want to leave time and space for any final thoughts.

What was the most interesting part of the wiki? that we were all able to communicate, edit and write seamlessly, cooperatively and successfully!

Do you think you'd like to work with other members of CEIN on Soka education issues in your specific area? yes, primarily cultural.

If we used the wiki to broadcast webcasts from the SGI-USA Culture of Peace Distinguished Speakers series would you be interested in participating? yes indeed!

What uses can you think of for the CEIN wiki that we have not thought about? perhaps interactive within classrooms to further the experience of our students.

Great! another brainstorm opportunity!! Enjoy!

I found the wiki very practical for our meetings. Michel Nader

The most interesting part of the wiki was the time flexibility. We can go in when it's more convenient and post our comments and ideas and check the comments later. Fatima de Oliveira

Yes I would love to work with other members of CEIN on Soka education who are teaching ESL or other subjects around the world. It's always a good thing to share ideas and learn how to make a difference in our students' lives. Fatima de Oliveira

I would love to participate in SGI-USA Culture of Peace Distinguished Speakers through wiki broadcast. And I think if this happens we should open it to the members. Many of them would love.Fatima de Oliveira

I don't know if it would be possible to have the conclusions of our meetings published in the World Tribune/Living Buddhism. I think this would be a great way to invite other educators to be part of CEIN. Fatima de Oliveira

As I already mentioned, I live in Connecticut but I'll be more than happy to help to organize the Trip to Brazil, since I developed my practice there and inside the Educational department. Count on me. Thanks again for the opportunity. Fatima de Oliveira