James- i support your thinking- i am a certified Moodler and i have found the Google educational applications very useful. just to name a name a few google forms- for making quizzes,google docs sharing documents and wikispaces for sharing sites and discussions
Hi, I´m Soledad from Viedma, Rio Negro in Argentina. I´m an English teacher and translator and I work as a virtual tutor in an institute and at the university where I teach english to adults.Most of the time I use 2.0 tools to enrich my classes and motivate students. This place is really very useful to help us in our job. I keep reading. Sole
Dia daoibh frm Ireland. My name is John Hogan and I am a Primary School teacher in Tipperary. I love ICT and I love that children love it to. I joined to learn more so I can help them more.
I am a Latin teacher at Deep Creek High School and Great Bridge Middle School in the public school system in Chesapeake, Virginia. In my prior position in North Carolina I underwent intensive training under the Schlechty Center for Leadership in School Reform (http://www.schlechtycenter.org/). I have a strong interest in using technology to engage students and to reach diverse learners, and I look forward to learning from this group.
Hello, I am from Ismailli, Azerbaijan. I teach English at secondary school #1 named after Israil Hasanov. My name is Shukufa. I participate together my students in worldwide projects and I am a facilitator of 2 projects in IEARN. I am also TEA alumna. I must say that I like to participate in Classroom2.0 It is interesting for me to exchange and colloborate with the globe.
I am Clarita Thomas, a Home Economics teacher from the island of Antigua in the West Indies. My island has 365 white sandy beaches. It is a pleasure to be here.
Hey everyone. I am Bryan Baker. New to Classroom 2.0. I am interested in technology, education, and specifically higher education. I think this is a great place to collaborate and share information about modern day education.
Looking to find useful links and real world applications of web 2.0 in HE
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Hi fellow Teachers,
I'm at the older end of the teaching spectrum (in my 44th classroom year) and interested in new possibilities that communication capabilities and capacity will/might offer.
Since 'retiring' from the full-time classroom, I now enjoy my classroom time with preservice teacher candidates, specifically working with Mathematics education.
Hello! My name is Samantha and I am a gifted education specialist in St. Louis, MO. I have worked in education for 9 years and taught everything from regular education in the urban education enviornment to gifted education in the suburban enviornment. I am continuously striving to help prepare my students to become globally competitive citizens and continous life-long learners. I love learning, sharing, and creating with my students and with other professionals!
I am a Lecturer in a Scottish University looking at the area of adoption of web 2.0 tools in University teaching. I am looking for practicl examples for each web 2.0 tool that can build into courses and also areas where staff concerns over control of the medium can be allayed.