I teach Grade 12 English in Nebraska. My district adopted a 1:1 laptop initiative in October 2008; all students grades 9-12 have their own computers. Although I use computer extensively for writing, I'm interested in creative applications as well.
New to the community. I am a high school english teacher looking to connect with teachers across the country. I am open to all invite to be friends and any links/recources you may have. Pleased to meet you.
Hello one and all. Miss K here. Secondary school teacher in the UK. Very new to this have had great things about Classroom 2.0 cant wait to explore. Anyone care to fast track me? Ohh I'm an ICT teacher..
Miss K, If you respond to discussions you will then recieve emails when the discussion has new comments, that's what I do. I also glance at the discussions on the home page to see which ones I want to follow. Welcome aboard.
Hello from Canada! My name is Rob :)
I teach a paramedic program at Georgian College in Barrie, Ontario and work as a paramedic on occasional weekends and over the summer.
I am looking forward to learning from other educators here! :)
Hey, I'm Ryan and I am currently a middle school technology teacher in Corning, New York. I also find time to teach online computer programming classes through a regional NYS-accredited program to high school juniors and seniors.
I've been on a journey for the past 8 years trying to become a full-time technology coordinator; got my first masters in Instructional Technology... then got the NYS-required Educational Leadership (aka school administration) degree last year. So I can finally have the title of coordinator or director in this state. Of course now that I'm looking for a job, I'm checking out the entire country...
I hope to find some other hardcore geeks in here... maybe find some special login script tricks and/or administration hacks, things like that :-)
Greetings everyone from Japan, where I try to teach English to college students. To get a better idea of some of my areas of interest in CALL, please go check out my site at www.CALL4ALL.us , which is meant to help both teachers and learners of all major world languages. You will see all pages provide instant glossing into about 140 of them and TONS of other very useful links. Take a look, as I think it will speak for itself. Speaking of which, the site does speak if U have a TTS program installed. There's one U can get free from the right menu called "This Site Speaks For Itself!"
Finally, I was raised with Intl students in central NY, so that may explain some of my deep interest in all languages and cultures of the world! :) Cheers & Best Wishes to U all! John Paul Loucky (U may also contact me via my site)