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21st Century Literacy Specialist at the International School Bangkok.

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At 11:20am on November 24, 2009, ddn59@7sopaporn said…
My name is Sopaporn.
My My nickname is Ray.
I study at Datdaruni School inThailand.
i'm in Grade 11.

I want to be have a new friend for advice on computer programming.
I need advice from you.

At 5:25pm on October 18, 2009, Ken Greene said…
Hi Kim. I just posted a vociethread project that features my 8th and 6th grade general music students. Take a look when you get a chance and, if you're interested, have your students add their comments - text, audio, or video. Voicethread is extremely easy to use and facilitates conversations across distances and time zones! This link will take you to our "Hello, world!" project:
This link will take you to Voicethread's tutorial video:
The curricular goals for this ongoing project include exploring world cultures through the use of technology (web applications), discovering what we have in common with each other, and broadening our global perspective through meaningful conversations and engaging collaborations.
Hope to hear from you. Ken
At 7:22pm on October 15, 2009, Ken Greene said…
Hi Kim. Thanks for responding. I will be putting up a voicethread with video of my students introducing themselves to "the world" and sharing a few things about themselves, their school, and their city. The idea is to facilitate a cultural exchange, or global greeting, with students from other countries that may lead to future collaborations. My students were excited to learn that I have been communicating with teachers from around the world and are looking forward to developing new relationships. Let me know if you are interested and I will contact you when I post the voicethread - it will be ready tomorrow. Ken
At 11:50pm on October 10, 2009, Ken Greene said…
Hello Kim. I am a general music teacher in Memphis, TN, and new to Classroom 2.0. I found your page while browsing the members area and wanted to invite you to participate in an online classroom/cultural exchange - your students and my students communicating with each other, sharing their work and developing a global relationship (for lack of a better term). My students would love to learn about life in Bangkok. Please let me know if you would like to try this. It has proven to be a successful way for students to develop their communication skills and strengthen their appreciation for other cultures - nationally and internationally. I have a Voicethread posted on my page if you want to have a look - this would be an easy way for our students to communicate. You can also check out my students' projects on our music web page at Hope to hear from you!
At 10:43am on April 19, 2009, Dr.Tamishra Swain said…
Hi Kim,
woudl you liketo contibute a book chapter of your teaching experience.Please visit mypage or my blog for furhter information. A response is sollicted.Feel free for any kind of query.
At 5:18am on March 23, 2009, Kimberly Allison said…
Thanks, Kim. We may go with the paid version which would eliminate the ads. I had just heard it was so slooooow. But I'll keep investigating. Thanks so much.
At 5:04am on March 23, 2009, Kimberly Allison said…
Hi Kim,
I'm doing some blog research and I read that you use Edublogs . . . I've only played around a little with their tool and it has seemed really slow. Is this your expereince as well? Are yous till using it? Any insight you could provide would be very helpful. Thanks!
Kimberly Allison
At 8:18am on March 5, 2009, Steven Katz said…
Hey Kim, I just added a group that I think you might be interested in, “Educational Technologists.” I am hoping this group can grow and we will be able to support each other and collaborate so that we can better support our colleagues.
At 5:56pm on November 27, 2008, Lauraw said…
Kim :) How exciting, I feel like I know you already. When I was setting up my husband and my teaching blogs (resume, tech philosophy) and needed some guidelines so I did a Google search for "teacher blogs" and yours came up :) Your site is great and was very helpful in the design and layout of ours.
Considering the problems in Thailand at present I hope you are safe and well.
Laura Wright
At 5:45pm on May 25, 2008, Kevin said…
Hello from Pennsylvania. I thought I saw you on twitter too.


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