Please introduce yourself, let us know a little bit about you, and where you are from.

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I'm Matt Hurst from Salem (Keizer), Oregon.  I use quite a few collaborative tech tools in my middle school ESL classes.  This year my classes are using iPod Touches.  Other new tools I'm currently trying out are: Schoology and ClassDojo.  You can visit my blog to find out more:  Cheers!
Hi Everyone.  My name is Tejal Shah and I am teaching in Vancouver, BC, Canada.  I have also taught in London, England and am looking to connect with educators from around the world.  I teach intermediate elementary (mainly Grades 4-7).  I am just finishing up an Masters in Education in Curriculum Studies and Teacher Education (focus on computer mediated technology and holistic education).  I am also quite passionate about peace education and social justice issues.


I hope you are all well and have a wonderful school year. I am writing to tell you that we are beginning our peace project for the year in honor of the United Nations International Peace day on September 21st, 2011

We invite our friends from around the world to participate in our project by writing about peace at your school, towns, city or countries. Since I am also the project director of the GVC Clubhouse there two ways in which you can send project. If you use the clubhouse wiki then please:

Go to New Page and create a page called Peace - and add your school's name or organization. TAG the page: peace, and it will appear on the wiki menu.  OR send your text, images or videos to to post on the Global Dreamers  website Peace 2011-project. See Peace Archive

We are sharing our work with the Global Virtual Classroom and hope to have a great collaboration with all of the wonderful educators and kids from around the world.

Please join us. Wishing everyone a great year and looking forward to hearing from all of you,.


Marsha Goren

GVC project director of the GVC Clubhouse

Thanks Marsha,


I am subbing at the moment as I finish my Master's degree but will be in touch once I get into a classroom!  




Welcome, this a great place to be in.I think we in africa should take  more interest in peace education.We have a disproportionate amount of conflicts

I'm Veronica, I live in deep South Texas. I was a teacher for over 25 years, and now substitute in my hometown. I've been unable to find a permanent position, so I decided to use some of my retirement pension and began my graduate studies. I am taking two online courses in Educational Technology, something that has always interested me. It combines my love for teaching with my fascination with technology. I'm not very tech-savvy, but I'm willing to work at improving my tech skills. I hope to parlay my new skills into a new job somewhere. I saw a link to this site, checked it out, and love all the information that's provided here. Looking forward to reading more and interacting more with fellow teachers!!

Good luck with with the Graduate Studies, I bet its a thrilling ride!

Hi I am Christine.  I am a Technology integration teacher from WIlliamsburg, VA.  I am here for a course I am taking, but as I have started to explore, I have realized that I can share and learn a lot here to benefit my school and students!
Hi, My name is pooja and i am working as an ICT specialist working in an PYP school while exploring net i came across this website and would like to share work and my ideas with others using this website. I would like my students to learn a lot from students and teachers working in other parts of world. I am an author also who has written books in computer for different grades, have an experience of 10 years but this is my first year in an pyp school.
Hi everyone. I'm Heidi Madsen from Denmark. A primary school teacher and school librarian. As well as teaching IT (to students and collegues). Looking forward to learning.
Hi everyone. My name's Kath, I am a British teacher currently teaching PYP (grade 3) an international school in New York...Interesting to be here!

I was a teacher for years, but was taken out by failed back surgery that also partially blinded me. Desperate to teach again, but stuck at home, I finally invented a way to teach online. I now teach struggling readers on Skype, and love it just as much as I did in the classroom.

I'm thrilled to know that teaching can be a part of my life for as long as I live—while I've still got my wits. ;)



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