I am writing an ethnography about CR20 for a grad class. I am having trouble figuring out the rules and mores as well as decision-making rules for CR20. Any help that you could offer on these topics would be greatly appreciated.
Hi Helen! Thank you very much for your message to me. Yeah, Classroom2.0 is an amazing place, wish I would have been known it earlier. Not bad, I'm here and meet you now, thanks God! Looking forword to talking with you and making friend with you.
I'm a teacher, work in the biggest distance educational university in the world, China Center Radio and TV University. If I say the Open University of China, you would understand what she is. I'm very interested online learning tools, these tools has broadened my sight and sharpened my information literacy.
Thanks for welcoming me. With such a large group, it's nice to know there is a "welcoming committee". I also try to do that for my little Ning site but with only 46 members, it isn't too hard to keep up. Looking forward to learning lots here. See you online sometime. Alan
Thanks for the greeting Helen! I'm what you'd call "an old dog learning new tricks"...and while I'm not all that tech-savvy - I'm learning loads and loving every minute of it. Seattle Girls' School is an innovative, student-centered, hands-ons learning environment with a commitment to technology, math, science and anti-bias work. The latter is among my passions, though learning my way around Web 2.0 is becoming an interest as well. Thus my recent membership in Classroom 2.0!! Again, thanks for your friendly message...the closest I've come to Australia is Tahiti. But maybe someday! Sally
Thanks Helen. I also enjoyed the session-have uploaded a pic for my profile.....it will do for the time being...and have been looking around the site. Will head to edublog a little later. Cheers...Irene
you know i LOOOOVE your claymations: have you explained somewhere how you do, and specially what's the degree of involvement of your students . We have many members in School Beyond the Walls who are interested by your videos, specially inside the group "Creativity"
Thanks! I would love to do a collaborative project with your class next term. Do you think we could do some video conferencing or something. It would be a huge learning experience for both my class and myself!
Hi Helen, thanks for the welcome. I am exploring this network (along with many others that I am new to). This looks fantastic. I'm interested in your role as an Ultranet Coach - does each region currently have someone in this role.
How interesting that you connected from Australia. I just returned from an Intel Senior Trainer Summit in Atlanta, Georgia. Speaking with people at the conference encouraged me to reactivate my Twitter account, play around some with Ning, and I even discovered Voki.
I have been using Thinkfinity http://www.thinkfinity.org (formerly Marco Polo) for about 12 years. Currently there are over 50,000 free educational resources including online interactives, downloadables, lesson plans and more. We are doing a statewide project to align the resources with the New York State educational standards.
Thanks, I look forward to sharing with the network. I too work in a coaching/mentoring role, and some of it is via distance networking. I will be glad to hear from others who are pushing the envelope in this area.