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

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Hello there. Julia Osteen here. I am the Technology Instructional Lead Teacher for Greater Atlanta Christian School, a private K-12 school located in Gwinnett County, Georgia, USA. I support teachers with their use of technology as a tool for effective learning. I have used class blogmeister with my students for two years and am excited about what web 2.0 can do for my students. I plan to work on motivating students and giving my students a voice while effectively implementing several of the tools I found out about during the NECC 2007 conference. We have 35 other teachers who have made a committment to using and helping other teachers use technology effectively for learning. These folks are our Technology Guides. We use LoTi as a focal point so that all teachers can have a common vision for instruction and technology use.
That is a great start -- 35 teachers.
Good luck to you.
I'm Greg Marten, an instructional technologist who works for Lenawee Intermediate School District in SE Michigan, USA. I really enjoy partnering with teachers and students in our county on various technology-infused projects.
Hi guys
Dave Garland from sleepy old cornwall england here.......

Deputy Headteacher ( like a Vice Principal ) @

"The main thing is to keep the main thing the main thing, and the main thing is learning"

My name is Trevor Owens, I work as the technology evangelist at the Center for History and New Media at George Mason University.

Anyone interested should check out zotero, a new research tool we have developed of interest to teachers and students.
You guys developed zotero?! Way to go!! Wow. I recommend it all the time.
Holy smokes! Thanks for zotero. I use it all the time and I'm currently helping my students and English teachers at my school put it to work. Welcome to the network!
Jane Krauss, Eugene Oregon USA. You can see my profile and what I'm about on my associated blog. I was invited here a while ago and when I started scanning members I found many colleagues, past associates, friends, people I'd like to count as friends... I look forward to learning together. jk
Hi everyone.

My name is Mac and I'm an instructional designer at Emerson College. I made the jump into education after 10 years in the Web media world and I find that there's significant overlap between many of the Web-centric techniques I learned in the for-profit 'verse and ongoing developments in education.

I'm always on the lookout for new techniques and tools, so I look forward to hearing/reading/seeing what other folks have to say!

-- mac
Hi, I'm Peter Goetz. I live and teach middle school in Marin County, California, just north of San Francisco. I've taught 6th grade (ancient history and English) for many years, and I just started teaching technology in 7th and 8th. I got very excited after attending NECC 2007 about the possibilities for collaborative projects and teacher sharing with Web 2.0.
Hi Peter

Welcome from another sixth grade teacher from Massachusetts.
Greetings from Cardinal Country (World Champion Baseball team!) I was born and still reside in beautiful St. Louis Missouri, in the middle of the United States. I am a teacher by trade, now an Instructional Technology Specialist for a school district and diving into Web 2.0 to make my life (and the people I work with) easier, better and FUN!



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