Please introduce yourself, let us know a little bit about you, and where you are from.

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This made me chucke. I live here too!
Hi All! Thank you for posting about this classroom on WWWEDU, Steve. I'm Claude Almansi, from Castione, Switzerland
Hi Everyone -

I'm Lucy and I teach middle school computer science at the University of Chicago Laboratory Schools.

I love anything Web 2.0 and I'm still trying to find the most compelling way to communicate the power of such technologies to my colleagues. I'm looking forward to meeting everyone here, and having some interesting conversations about where education is headed!

Lucy Gray
Hello Claude I am Anne from Australia and it is good to see you on I have gained so much from the membership of this site and hope that you do too. In fact I know you will if you make yourself active in following the forums and discussions. Hope to see you on board quite a bit.
I love your technospuds! I really would like to do some of your projects next year!
Hello Jen, this is Anne (murcha) from Australia. How wonderful to catch you on this wonderful site. We joined in your St Patricks day project through technospuds and got so much out of it. I also have made many wonderful connections through this site. Look forward to continuing to work with you.
Diana Laufenberg... Flagstaff, AZ... teach 7/8 grade Social Studies on a multi-age looping team... have been working to bring tech, teachers and students together for the past decade...
Hi Diana, I am Anne from Australia. Welcome to where I started my adventures with web2.0 It has been an amazing journey over the last 20 months and I know that you will enjoy using this site as well. Classroom20 is 12 months old today. Where is AZ? (I am not good on geography nor abbreviations)
Hi, I'm Kim Cofino. I'm originally from the US, but have been teaching abroad for the last seven years. I was in Munich, Germany for my first five years (at Munich International School), am now teaching in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia (at Mont'Kiara International School) and will be teaching in Bangkok, Thailand next school year (at the International School Bangkok).

I'm currently a middle school technology facilitator, but will be the 21st Century Literacy Specialist at ISB next year - sort of an integration of librarianship and tech integration. I'm definitely looking forward to the new adventure :)
Hey everyone!

How cool is this. Thanks for setting it up, Steve!

Kids have MySpace. We have ThisSpace - Classroom 2.0!

I know a few of you ... I teach K-4 Computers in a lab setting in NJ and am a
Google Certified Teacher. I also teach online at Walden University but am
presently on a sabbatical (!) doing research on Second Life, blogged at:

In the unlikely event you want to know MORE about me, check the profile, or Google me.

Great to be here!

Hi Kevin,
I've attended a couple of your workshops at NJ conferences. I work as a computer facilitator at WW-P School District. I just found this site. This is great!!
Hello Kevin, You are right This is such a cool space and I am glad to be able to talk to you here. I joined 10 months ago and started my web2.0 journey here. I am Anne from Australia and teach information technology to grades 4-10. Hope to see you on some of the discussion groups and forums.



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