My name is Colleen and I am the Instructional Technology Coordinator at a private high school in Philadelphia. I just started in August and am loving the challenge. The school is academically rigorous and the principal is open to new ideas in the area of education technology. I am looking forward to learning from the people in this network.
Welcome to Classroom 2.0. I'm sure you will find a lot of great resources here. I also started working in a high school this year. Until now I've been working K-8. I'm really enjoying working with older kids - they are like real people! How is your year going? Do you know about the conference Chris Lehmann is hosting in January at the Science Leadership Academy in Phlly: Educon 2.0 ? It sounds like it is going to be a great learning opportunity. I'm hoping to get there. Let me know if you have any questions about navigating this network. I'm happy to help.
Hey Hey Hey! My name is Scott Walker. I am from Campbellsville, Ky. It's a nice, quiet, rural community. So you can bet I'm anxious to hear about anyone else from a small town having luck promoting cutting technology into their schools. I teach Arts & Humanities (Dance, Art, Drama, Music, and their impacts on culture through time.) I love teaching and I am inseparable from technology!
Hi, I'm Arthus Erea from Hinesburg, VT.
Although I am not an educator, I am a student and developer active in the education community. Steve invited me to join this community.
If you have any questions for teens, need help with technology, or just want to chat my contact info is on my blog: http://myfla.ws
My name is Kelly, I am a k-5 computer/technology teacher at a private school in Colorado. I love my job! When I'm not working I love to blog www.ilearntechnology.com. I have been teaching for 5 years now. I have been married for 5 years and have a puppy (see profile picture). Born and raised in Colorado, Go Rockies!
There are many great discussions and people here on Classroom 2.0. Please don't hesitate to share your experiences or thoughts with the folks here. Collaboration and exchanging ideas is one of things that makes this site so great!
Please let me know if you have any questions or need any help.
Greetings from Fond du Lac, Wisconsin, USA! Ever since I heard David Warlick speak at the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh two summers ago, I've been intrigued by the use of blogs and other Web 2.0 technologies in education. Since then I've started writing blogs for my music technology class and my choirs.
Hello - Matt Crosslin, head geek at EduGeek Journal. Currently living in Dallas, Texas, and working as an Instructional Designer at the University of Texas at Arlington's Center for Distance Education.