Hi,all Am Raju Nalla,Siddhartha High School,Andhra Pradesh,India.
I'm Rachael. I teach Head Start in Pennsylvania. I'm glad to be here. I'm looking to collaborate with other early childhood educators and to elevate the field. My classroom is inclusive and the community is diverse, so I am especially interested in tips for working with duel-language-learners and children with exceptionalities. I'm also happy to share what I have learned along the way.
I presently am teaching Year 4 at St Leonard's College in Melbourne Australia. Mother to 2 children (2 and 6).
Passionate about ICT in education.
Hi I am Maru, and I ma from Buenos Aires, Argentina.
I have been working at a public charter school in Westlake, Texas since Aug 2007. The school has the three International Baccalaureate programmes: PYP, MYP and DP. I am the technology (edu) coordinator an teach MYP technology for grades 7, 8 and 10 and act as technology integration facilitator.
I am looking forward to connecting through Classroom 2.0 to flatten the walls of our school!
My name is Tim. I teach Junior High and High School at a Christian school in California. I am interesting in learning more about using the internet for my students.
Kindergarten teacher, Grundy Center, IA
Looking to collaborate with other lower elementary teachers!!
I am a Special Education major at Illinois State University. This is my senior and I am starting my professional learning network and heard this was a place to come and meet other people that are involved in the education world. The main class I am in right now is all about assistive technology. So I am very interested in learning about that so if anyone has great information or places I can go to get information please let me know I would greatly appreciate it!
welcome Kaifi Allahu akbar that is nice interest
Hello! Tim here,
I'm a web safety advocate and educator working out of the San Francisco Bay area, AKA Silicon Valley.
I'm part of a NFP organization that helps teachers, parents and kids with web safety issues.
We host an extensive resource of engaging content on our website (kiwicommons.com) for kids, educators and parents.
The big thing for us is engaging adult-child conversations. It's so important because the most tragic and publicized problems could have been easily avoided if kids had someone to go to for advice.