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

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Hi Susan, nice to meet you.  My name is Javier. I am a teacher in a Primary School in Madrid, Spain.  I take part in european projects and it will be a pleasure share ideas and experiences.  Best regards.

Hola Susan I am also a middle school Spanish teacher and I would love to collaborate with you. I am originally from Costa Rica and also teach Spanish online.

Hi Chris, I am from Australia, but love my membership of this site. It provides wonderful forums, discussions and best of all wonderful friendships. Look forward to seeing your involvement here.
Hello Anne, I've just joined too. I'm a primary teacher librarian in outer south eastern Melbourne, and I'm just learning to play Web 2.0. Where are you?
Lisa
Hi Anne and Chris, I am an Australian now living in San Francisco (been here for 18 months), I look forward to some Australian content :)
Hello Lisa. We meet again. Don't you just love these holidays? I'm feeling energised, how about you?
Hi Anne
I am in Perth - West Australia in a K-12 co ed school
Love to share ideas and collborate with anyone
Have a good end to the year
Jo
Hello everyone!

I am a professional musician working on an Instructional Technology degree while in the process of "giving back" to elementary school students in Harlem. The past few years I've been very interested in global collaborations within the classroom using 2.0 but am not quite sure how to set it up. I've a Ning site up and running ( http://ntoond2.ning.com/ ) but have yet to actually use it for anything more than my grad school class assignments.

I would like also to invite everyone to my site in an effort to better assist my efforts. The main focus is of course music and its shared global accessibilty between classrooms yet I enjoy diverse topics as well. For example, I've a question on my blog concerning the different adages or wise sayings of ones country and what they mean. I've posted the adage "A Stitch in Time Saves Nine".

What sayings are known in your country? Would you mind sharing them with me?

This is all very exciting! I look forward to my work here and on my site to learn more of 2.0, it uses and how better to assist in connecting children musically on an international scale.
Hello Aaron nice to see you here. How are you doing?
Hi,

I found a good advice about setting up global collaborations strategies through the articles of Vicki Davis. She uses the term flatt classroom. Here are some links which explains what she means with this:
General explanation of a flat classroom
http://www.techlearning.com/showArticle.php?articleID=196605269
Five Phases to flatten a classroom
http://coolcatteacher.blogspot.com/2008/03/five-phases-of-flattenin...

Sabine
Hello there, i'm a school teacher/founder from Nepal. I run an elementary school for poor family rural children. I'm Govinda by my name. if u find me like minded person plz mail me at gopisu@gmail.com
HI Chris..
This is alesian form north dakota..nice to here... nice to c u on this ..
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alesian

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