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I plan to, after my daughter graduates. She loves her school, and I can't imagine moving her from it. It is a bit far to commute from where we are ... but it prospects don't get better, I may find a way to commute up there. Thank you!
Hi All,
What a wonderfully rich site!

I am a college professor and consultant for LitLife who interested in global collaborations and the uses of educational technology. I am from California, but have been living on the East Coast for about 8 years now ( I moved to the East Coast for grad school at RISD and haven't left).

I have been traveling to Ghana for about five years, and two years ago, I founded a nonprofit with several colleagues called The International School of Art, Business, and Technology in Ghana (or I.S.A.B.T for short). Our mission is to promote education both at home and abroad in West Africa. We sponsor bookmaking projects in Ghana and here in the US, run global studies trips to Ghana, and are raising funds to build a media "Super school" in the village of Elmina (in the Central region of Ghana).

Anyone who has any ideas about promoting literacy, working in West Africa, and utilizing technology for education please contact me!

Jonathan Thurston
I am Baby Jane Lacaba from Philippines. I am glad to be part of this social networking site...
Hello, I am Eva from Melbourne and hope that I can find out a lot more about blogs and wikis from classroom 2.0
Hi Folks- Carolyn Kick from just outside of Buffalo, New York. West Seneca Central School District. I am the Director of Staff Development and looking for more ways to implement the digital experience for the administration, faculty and students!! Glad to be here!
Hi all, I'm Chris Drage and I teach 9 and 10 year olds in England. I'm really interested in PBL and using virtual learning environments. Some of the forums look really interesting with great ideas. Thanks for sharing.
Hi everybody. My name is Joanne Goh, from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. I am a teacher training institute lecturer. All the best!
Hi Everyone,

Suzanne Lowe from sunny San Jose. special ed, large public high school, fully mainstreamed RSP, and SDC (math thru Alg. I). Looking for sped networking, plus tips for LCD projector, i.e. links. Rookie at that. Thanks and Happy Holidays.
Hi everyone! I found this site while exploring Ning. I've already found some interesting things and am looking forward to finding even more when I've got time. I'm an adjunct instructor teaching computer literacy, Office applications, Web design, and Internet courses for two colleges. I also provide computer literacy training for a social service agency and work as a freelance marketing and editorial consultant. As if that's not enough, I'm also the author of a computer concepts textbook (Computers Are Your Future) and am in the process of co-authoring a Web 2.0 textbook too. What can I say? I keep busy! *grin* Looking forward to learning more from all of you!
Hi! My name is Alice Larson. I'm a 2nd grade teacher from Jacksonville, Florida. I'm excited about exploring what this ning has to offer! :)
WElcome aboard, if you are looking for technology add-ins for you class you will find some great ideas here.
Inspired by the CLHS/CUE conference I have promised myself to spend time each week on both Classroom 2.0 and the League Learning Network. I work in Burlingame CA and am originally from Australia,



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