There is a group here on C2.0 for elementary teachers like us. You should join it, if you haven't already done so.
Your story sounds a bit like mine, with class blog, podcasting, etc.
I'm not sure what took me so long to find you people. What an interesting place! I live in Lac le Jeune, British Columbia, Canada and divide my work life between working with instructors at NVIT, a small Aboriginal College and coordinating the SCoPE community host by Simon Fraser University.
Hello! I'm from NY, USA. I'll be seeking out ways to use IT to enhance critical thinking and global awareness in a K-12 public school on Long Island. Feel free to send me your favorite resources :) Many thanks. -Jen
Hello all, I'm Bing Miller from Branford, where I teach high school English. This year I experimented a bit with some 2.0 stuff, mostly blogs, and am looking forward to doing even more next year. Looking forward to learning as much as I can!
Hello. I am a High School Social Studies teacher from Saratoga, NY. I make extensive use of Web 2.0 technologies in my Global History, Economics, and Sociology courses. The kids take to these methods immediately, but it's a struggle to get any support from the school's administrators or technology staff.
Hi everyone. My name is Janene Gorham and I am an instructional technology coordinator for Virginia Beach City Public Schools in VA. I work with library media specialists and school-based technology resource teachers.
My name is Jennifer. I have lived and worked in Knoxville, TN, since 1999, when I moved here from Austin, TX (by way of Baltimore, MD -- long story).
At any rate, I am a secondary language arts teacher with 11 years classroom experience. I took an extended leave from the classroom in 2005 so I could enjoy being a first-time mom and full-time graduate student in instructional technology. I started my master's program with an interest in multimedia production and information literacy instruction and have since gotten turned on to all things 2.0. It all dovetails together quite nicely.
I am having a blast learning new stuff and can't wait to take it back to the classroom.
Hi Steve, My name is Lee Ann Baber. I teach computer and art in Virginia, USA and am involved in the James Madison University graduate program which will align with the 21st Century Skills organization. We will be building a presence in Second Life and creating new grad program curriculum to include the newest educational technology and ideas for new educational models. I am also an avid Worldbridges member.