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Ctr. for Creative Learning and Therapy
About Me
Author and Publisher. Licensed Professional Counselor.

Retired from school district service: Sp. Ed. Teacher for the Emotionally Distrurbed, Resource Teacher, Sp. Ed. Counselor and district Technology Coordinator.

I write a "Tell it like it is" newsletter.

I founded an Open Source for Teacher Materials movement.

Joseph Chmielewski's Blog

Free Workshop: Spanish Language Learning and Technology

Posted on April 4, 2010 at 5:25am 0 Comments

Title: Global Communication and Today’s Foreign Language Students

Presenter: Rosa Shely, Spanish teacher, Earl Warren High School

Date: April 10, 2010

Time: 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.

Location: Northside Activity Center, San Antonio, Texas (On Culebra just inside Loop 410)

Contact: Dr. Barbara Pino of UTSA…


Free Camtasia™ Studio: Create your Own Desktop Videos

Posted on November 26, 2007 at 4:10pm 0 Comments

(Note: This is a cross posting from the CLASSROOM Toolkit Newsletter because the offer for Camtasia™ Studio is so good.)

Desktop video is one area where existing Open Source software doesn't measure up to the commercial version. And, the "king" of commercial video creation software is Camtasia™ studio.


Camtasia™ Studio is also much better than Microsoft™'s free Movie Maker software…


Classroom Toolkit Joins BlogRush

Posted on September 18, 2007 at 3:36pm 0 Comments

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Here is the link if you want to join, too.

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And, BlogRush™ is completely free, i.e., without cost.

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What would you pay $50 USD to get?

Posted on April 24, 2007 at 2:48pm 0 Comments

I was asked by the Texas Computer Education Association, Strategic Open Source, Special Interest Group (TCEA SOS SIG) to discover (and report) on what products and services teachers would deem valuable and beneficial enough that they would rush to join our group.

The cost of membership is:

TCEA Membership: $30.00

SOS SIG Membership: $20.00


Total Cost to Join: $50.00

It is important that we learn exactly what teachers would spend…


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At 1:32am on June 11, 2009, Kewaldev said…
Greetings from Nepal
Good to see you over here in this site.
At 6:01am on January 28, 2008, Chuck Serventi said…
Hi Joseph,
I used to teach in San Antonio at the Winston School. Are you familar with it? I now teach in a small tow on the Arizona Utah border. I have been using blogs and live broadcast (webinars) to my students for the past two years (go to
Your site looks great.
At 4:56pm on August 7, 2007, Andrew Pass said…
Hi Joseph,

How often do you publish a newsletter. Your site looks interesting.

Andy Pass
At 3:36pm on April 24, 2007, Joseph Chmielewski said…
I am finalizing two presentations for tomorrow and Thursday, both on the same handout CD.

I'll check out your Blog more fully, later. I have part of my presentations posted, they should be completely up by this evening.

If you would like to see some "Tell it like it is" articles about American education, feel free to check out my Blog and Newsletter.

American bureaucrats shun my articles, but seem to keep an eye on them. School district folks here also fail to enjoy my tendency to expose their "little secrets."

Even the Open Source folks shy away because I tell them that they focus too much on technology, and don't pay attention to the needs of teachers, especially on ways to make the technology easier for teachers to use.

Enjoy your evening.
At 1:51pm on April 24, 2007, Hans Feldmeier said…
Hello Joseph, nice to meet you on this platform.
Regards from Germany.
Feel free to check out one of my blogs:


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