I teach weekly computer classes in 4 small elementary schools in Wyoming. Originally from Indianapolis.
My name is Scott Gardner. I am a teacher librarian at Beaverton PS in Beaverton, Ontario, Canada. with the introduction of the new Ontario school library document, The Learning Commons, our board has rocketed into the 21st century. I am hoping to lasso the rocket and get dragged along behind.
Hello! My name is Flérida, I´m teaching 3rd grade both turns, in a public elementary school in Tijuana, Baja California. We´re going to have an Spelling contest in June. In August I´m going to finish my Bachelor degree in Educational Technology. Then I´m goingo to move in León, Gto. Love that city a lot.
I am from Serbia, a teacher. I am currently working on the inclusion. I have severalpapers published in Power Point.
Interested in organizing recreational education, younger age, 7-10 years.
My name is Kimberly S. and I'm a 7th and 8th grade language teacher in Illinois. I also have a middle school endorsement in Social Studies and Science. I'm currently working on my master's degree (graduating in Dec. - God-willing!) in Education with a focus on Teaching and Technology. I graduated with my undergrad in 2008 and I have taught at Catholic schools before taking a position at a university library. I'm not getting back into teaching and just landed another position at a Catholic school for the 2012-13 school year. Very excited. I'm hoping to be able to network with other technology specialists as well as teachers who have experience in middle school language arts programs.
I am Chinwe Anunobi from Nigeria. Currently the Digital Librarian and lecturer in the Department of Library and Information Science Nnamdi Azikiwe University Awka Nigeria . Very much interested in elearning and Library 2.0
Hey everyone. My name is Carol, math and science teacher in Vancouver, BC, Canada.
I am looking to find more student-centred ways to teach math and science. Specifically, I am trying to put together activities for a lesson for factoring trinomials (math).
So far, I have a lesson on interactive whiteboard and students showing their learning on glogster. How else can I incorporate another type of technology for activities they can try?
Ideas are much appreciated. Thanks :)
Greetings to all. Shweta. A grad student of UI. Looking forward to share my knowledge and learn from educators all over the world.
Hello! My name is Pam. I am completing my last master's class at U of IL - Curriculum, Technology, and Education Reform. I co-teach inclusion Pre-Algebra, Algebra, and Geometry - soon to be Math 1 and Math 2. Next fall I will also have a LD Resource Geometry classroom. I am looking forward to being part of the classroom 2.0 community.
A new project, titled the Movement to Increase Opportunities and Technology (FATİH), which seeks to integrate state-of-the-art computer technology into Turkey's public education system. Smartboards and ipads started to be used in pilot public schools. I am as a Language teacher a member of IT Group which develops new ideas and projects for the existing. I am eager to learn orijinal applications and projects, web 2.0 for us to use. Please visit our website.... It is just to test our interaction area for now. Thanks.
My name is Steve Banaszak and I am the Think Through Math Account Coordinator. We are a 24/7 Web-based Mathematics solution and have been recognized by the Software & Information Industry Association (SIIA) as the best Mathematics Instructional Solution – The CODiE Award . Think Through Math utilizes Adaptive Content to truly differentiate, Built-in motivation and Live Certified Math Teachers, who are available during the day, evenings and weekends to help students as they are working.
I am a former Mathematics Teacher and have taught HeadStart up to 8th grade in various schools. I joined this site because education is my passion and can talk all day about school. Im also a current graduate student studying Educational Administration.
Think Through Math has 4 great features!
Nice to meet you all, Bisera Ferrero from San Francisco here. I am working on a teach / leran startup AskOwls.com with two friends.
Admittedly none of us is an educator, we are engineers and we started our entry into the education in a bit of a backward yet very engineer-like fashion - what can we do with a webcam that's cool and has purpose?
So we created an online learning platform that is based on an idea that anybody could teach something they know to a small live group of 10 students.
I'm here to get educated from the real educators on how to make an useful tool to help connect people who want to share with those eager to learn. I'm all ears if you care to share!