hi Steve, I am Nishat Kashir and working as a Mathematics curruculum coordinator. While training the teachers the barriers in the successful implementation of ICT in teaching are their incompetencies, lack of moyivation and confidence in using new technologies. A lot of training and motivation is required.
Would you kindly share the kind of barriers you see in your institution and how you deal with those issues
Thanks Steve! That's terrific feedback. Sometimes I'm beginning to wonder. Would appreciate any/all feedback ideas at any time! We have a new 'hidden' unit that we are keen to test to see if it is relevant for teachers today here: ride2learn.org/centralasia - let us know what you think if you have the chance! ;-) I'm going to check out your book club now, looks interesting. Floored by 'Schooling the World' documentary watched yesterday - extraordinary, looking forward to being challenged in my assumptions further. Cheers, K
Steve, you've had great success drawing a crowd to this site since you launched it several years ago. Have you ever tried to do any network analysis to map what cities/states people come from and what roles (teacher, admin, vendor, community, etc) people have. Such maps of such a large sample could shed some interesting light on which cities/states have greater engagement of teachers in on-line learning than others. If you're already doing that please point it out on the site.
I left this message: Hey Kevin H this is Kevin Honeycutt. Somehow I log into your account using my credentials. Do you have any idea how I can get my account back? When you log in you get this page too right?
On Kevin H's page. When I log in to CR2.0 I am him and I would love to be me again. Do I need to have you kill my old account and start over? I hate to lose my history here.
I am preparing for job interviews this week at both Stanford GSB and at Cal Poly (Director Academic Technology positions at both universities). I was thinking about the ideas you presented at the DET/CHE conference - I was quite enthusiastic about how you presented the importance of academic leadership in technology-enabled learning and teaching. But the themes are now murky after a month of mulled win. (DET/CHE was early December - oh how the calendar marches on!). Would you be willing to share your slide deck - certainly if I were to use anything from your narrative, I would cite you.
Speaking of Finland, bet you are already onto this, but just-in-case....
Hi everyone! I am a 1st grade classroom teacher from Delton Michigan. I am excited to connect with teachers from around the country. I am looking for ways to be very intentional in the teaching and learning process and integrate technology into the classroom in hopes to communicate better with parents.
HI! I have a question for you. I'm writing my thesis and I post a survey in Classroom 2.0. I observed that, among members of classroom, ther are few people that come from to UK. this matter is curious! I ask you if in UK exists another community of educators as Classroom 2.0 and, for this, a lot of english use others tools. thanks.
If my daughter posted her photo and profile on an open web, I'd ask her to make it private. Why invite trouble? Thats all...an ounce of prevention
I may be a little paranoid, maybe that comes with age....maybe I have too many cops and detectives as friends and realtives.