My name is Joe Bodnar. I am a teacher with the Pittsburgh Job Corps Center. I teach GED classes and basic math skills. I have been there for the past 7 years.
This past year, I began working on a Masters of Educational Technology through Boise State. As part of the program, I had to create a web site. I am providing the link here. It has a link to my blog. If you check it out, feel free to let me know what you think.
I hope to find a lot of good information that I can use in my classroom and share what I do.
It's nice to see a fellow Boise State M.ET. student here! I enjoyed looking through your learning log and website. You're projects and assignments reminded me of my own journey throughout this wonderful program. I'm on track to graduate in May and I look forward to the next big adventure.
I wanted to let you know of a possible bad link on your learning log Oct. 15, 2012 post. The 521 Reflection Journal link took me to a login screen for BroncoMail.
Good luck as you continue the program!
My name is Kathryn Boccaccio. I own a private language immersion preschool in Fredericksburg, VA and am looking forward to learning different ways I can incorporate new technologies in my classrooms.
As a reference librarian, I'm totally motivated by freely sharing knowledge and resources. Reading through the posts to the forum, there is a great sense of community being generated by all the members. It is truly refreshing and an exciting era in education. A long way from the rote learning that turned off my generation.
Hello global educators!
I join you from Kathmandu, Nepal, where I am the technology integration coordinator for our PK-12 international school. I am also completing my Masters of Educational Technology from Boise State University and am nearly done. We are global nomads with my husband's job, so we get to live in a new country every few years with our four children. It is an exciting journey, and I've been involved in some powerful technology outreach as a result. I look forward to learning from and with all of you!
I've just watched a report done for Australian TV about 'bamboo' schools in Nepal started up by Uttam Sanjel.
Thought you may be interested:
Thanks for posting this, Sandra! There is certainly a need here and it looks he's doing great work.
Hello Everyone! I am Libby Hamilton. I am the Instructional Technology Specialist for Azle ISD. I am located in Azle Texas in the USA. We are approximately 20 miles northwest of Fort Worth Texas. As they say in Fort Worth "The gateway to the American West!"
This is my 25th year in education and my 4th year in this position. I work with all of the teachers in my district (10 campuses grades Pre-K through 12) teaching them ways to incorporate technology into their classrooms. All of our teachers have a new laptop, a digital projector, SMARTboard and most have document cameras. Some have iPads and there are even iPad carts at the campuses for classroom use. Teachers also can have a classroom website through the district site.
I am currently working on my Masters in Educational Technology Leadership. It is totally online and I am about half way through. I actually found this site through one of my resources for an assignment this week!
I am always looking for ideas, websites, lessons, and any kind of technology to share with my teachers. I look forward to making new connections here!
Hi there! I'm from New Brunswick, Canada. Can't wait to explore this site and all it has to offer.
Kevin Kopecky, K-5 Elementary School in Swan River, Manitoba, Canada. Looking forward to collaborating with you all.
I'm Angie, I'm from Mexico. I live in a beautiful city called Queretaro. I've been an ELT professional for more than 20 years. During the last 10 years I've been a teacher trainer. Now, I'm a freelance academic consultant and I like it a lot because this gives me the opportunity to meet many colleagues. I'm also an online tutor and I love it. I'm currently studying a master in applied linguistics.
Writing is one of my passions and I hope one day I can entirely devout myself to writing (English and Spanish). ICTs have also become an important aspect in my professional life. I spend hours in the internet connecting to people and learning from everyone. I want my students to become efficient users of ICT and give their learners the opportunity to develop and learn better.
I'm glad I can be part of this network.
Hello, Everyone! My name is Gilbert Gonzalez. I am the Technology Trainer and Manager of Information Technology at a school district in New Jersey. Joining classroom 2.0 is part of a graduate course that I am taking through Wilmington University. I am completing a master's degree in applied technology in education. I am looking forward to sharing ideas with everyone here.