Hi everyone! Im really excited that this network exists. I teach media, arts & communication class at TechBoston Academy in Dorchester, Mass, a Boston Public School (techbostonacademy.org). You can check out my curriculum at msraddensclasses.com, and I keep a blog at education.lkrdesign.com/blog.
I am looking forward to learning from and sharing with all of you!
Jeannie Timken, Coastal (Wilmington) North Carolina. Elementary Instructional Technology Specialist for a local school system looking for classrooms and teachers to collaborate with. I work with a Global Elemenatry School and would like to have elementary students collaborate on a global scope via online docs and spreadsheets sharing data about their locales to broaden their horizons (just one idea...)
Hi to everyone! I am Meghan Connelly - I teach Civics and History of the Performing Arts at ACT Magnet School in Willimantic, CT. I am thrilled to have found this site. Web 2.0 ideas are near and dear to me because I also run a free current events discussion website for students at SEEdebate.org. It is exciting to be a teacher right now as all sorts of new ideas are being formed. I look forward to being part of this online community!
I also, cant believe that classroom2.0 is only 12 months old. It seems so much older and wiser with all the wealth of knowledge that has been shared, global friends made and connected classrooms. I think I have been a member for 8 months now, but have learnt so much from being a member.
Hello, Dave Grewal, I'm a third year BBA student at Wilfrid Laurier University in Waterloo, Ontario, Canada. I am currently doing my internship with an e-learning business called AuthorGen Technologies. I am joining this forum and blog to get a better understanding of Web 2.0 applications for education.
I am not going to try to sell anything or promote my products over others. I generally want to learn and discuss with others about the future of technology in education. By the way I am very new to this blog/forum/networking deal so don't laugh lol.