Ant Heald checking in. I have taught English (and latterly Film Studies) since 1992 in Doncaster, England. My experience of using technology in my teaching is a long one, characterised by a series of new starts, aborted projects and false dawns.
Social networking is gradually giving me the confidence and contacts to feel that I can work towards making my practice begin to converge towards my intentions and ideals.
Hello, Linnell Gribble out of Oak Harbor Washington. I'm teaching technology, health, and reading this year, but anticipate with the budget cuts to be placed in Language Arts next year. I hope to learn more about ways to get kids to use technology even when access is limited. Especially in the field of assessment. So, any collaboration is welcome!
My name is Jody Watson and I am a technology preacher (I guess is the best way to put it) at my school and in my division, located in Alberta, Canada. I am really interested in trying to get collaboration projects with teachers in all grades from k-12. Just want to show the people out there (my school division) how valuable and how much students can learn from these sorts of opportunity. Anyone interested in any project let me know would love to get involved.
Hi Jody. My name is Pat Cook, and I'm a Grade 7 teacher in New Brunswick. I have very little experience in collaborative projects but I'm always looking for ways to expand my borders. What do you have in mind?
We are a K-6 elementary school in southern Arizona and we would love to collaborate. Do you have video conferencing equipment or were you thinking online? Any particular subject or grade level?
Count us in!