Greetings! I'm a secondary English teacher in rural SW Minnesota, US. My school is K-12, 450 students, all in one building. This is my 7th year here, and I love my job.
I've taught all grades 7-12 so far, plus electives like BritLit, AmLit, various composition courses, Advanced Public Speaking, Study Skills...and probably a few others. This year I'm teaching my favorite grades--8, 10, and 12--plus AP English Language & Composition (for the 3rd year).
I've coached Knowledge Bowl and Speech in the past, but now I'm down to coaching only (well, it's still five months' worth of season) Mock Trial...and this is my 5th year at that, after we started the program at our school.
Hello. My name is Chris and I am a Business/Technology teacher in Nebraska. I have spend well over an hour reading and checking out this site and think I am going to like this resource. Looking forward to reading this site over the upcoming semester.
Hello everyone. I'm Yvonne Osborn and I'm a Primary Visual Arts Teacher at Taylors Lakes in Melbourne, Australia. I am passionate about teaching and learning, particularly in the Visual Arts. I have a blog at http://www.tlpsart.edublogs.org . I am interested in hearing from Visual Arts teachers who are fortunate to have an Interactive Whiteboard in their Art Room. Oh to be so lucky.
Hello - I am an Ed. Tech Specialist For SLL Boces NY. We are a collaborative that works with teacher k-12 with technology integration. I am always working with all grade levels and subjects. I look forward to exploring ways that other teachers have utilized technology in the classroom. I would also like to bring some of my work back to you and do some sharing:-)
My name is Michael DeShazo and I have a company that does something similar to what you are describing, but more in the areas of adult learning and training programs. I am also beginning to branch into how to use Web 2.0 in public school classrooms and how it can be employed effectively. It would be interesting to chat about our various experiences.
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