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

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Hi Ellen
Welcome.
There is a group here on C2.0 for elementary teachers like us. You should join it, if you haven't already done so.
Your story sounds a bit like mine, with class blog, podcasting, etc.
Kevin
Thanks, I'll check it out.
I'm not sure what took me so long to find you people. What an interesting place! I live in Lac le Jeune, British Columbia, Canada and divide my work life between working with instructors at NVIT, a small Aboriginal College and coordinating the SCoPE community host by Simon Fraser University.
Maybe the fact that we only started some 10 weeks ago! :) Glad to have you here.
Hello! I'm from NY, USA. I'll be seeking out ways to use IT to enhance critical thinking and global awareness in a K-12 public school on Long Island. Feel free to send me your favorite resources :) Many thanks. -Jen
Hello all, I'm Bing Miller from Branford, where I teach high school English. This year I experimented a bit with some 2.0 stuff, mostly blogs, and am looking forward to doing even more next year. Looking forward to learning as much as I can!
Hello. I am a High School Social Studies teacher from Saratoga, NY. I make extensive use of Web 2.0 technologies in my Global History, Economics, and Sociology courses. The kids take to these methods immediately, but it's a struggle to get any support from the school's administrators or technology staff.
Hi everyone. My name is Janene Gorham and I am an instructional technology coordinator for Virginia Beach City Public Schools in VA. I work with library media specialists and school-based technology resource teachers.
Hi, I come from Hungary.
http://mesterkata.blogspot.com/

My name is Jennifer. I have lived and worked in Knoxville, TN, since 1999, when I moved here from Austin, TX (by way of Baltimore, MD -- long story).

At any rate, I am a secondary language arts teacher with 11 years classroom experience. I took an extended leave from the classroom in 2005 so I could enjoy being a first-time mom and full-time graduate student in instructional technology. I started my master's program with an interest in multimedia production and information literacy instruction and have since gotten turned on to all things 2.0. It all dovetails together quite nicely.

I am having a blast learning new stuff and can't wait to take it back to the classroom.
Hello everyone-

My name is Jeff and I teach science for Pleasantview Academy and Hutchinson Community College in Hutchinson, Kansas. I'm excited about what I can learn here and hopefully I am able to contribute.

I'm starting my 13th year in education. Four of those were spent as the principal of a 7-12 building. I love being in the classroom.
Hi Steve, My name is Lee Ann Baber. I teach computer and art in Virginia, USA and am involved in the James Madison University graduate program which will align with the 21st Century Skills organization. We will be building a presence in Second Life and creating new grad program curriculum to include the newest educational technology and ideas for new educational models. I am also an avid Worldbridges member.

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