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I'm not a certified teacher, but I am a life-long learner, a student, and hope to always work in education.

I currently am employed at (a Moodle provider) and spend my spare time developing my own projects.

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Launching an Edtech Company part 4: standard of content

Posted on January 26, 2010 at 12:04pm 0 Comments

As we think of the final touches to our simple learning management and communication tool ( we're drawn to the idea in education that these days there exists a basic standard of content on the web. A "standard of content" or SOC, used to be localized to schools and classrooms. It was based on the set of books that a teacher utilized during the school year.

So for example, in my social studies course back in 8th… Continue

Launching an Edtech company, Part 3: OER

Posted on December 21, 2009 at 5:13pm 0 Comments

My highest priority in life? To have a lasting impact on educational opportunities for students everywhere. Lofty, sure. But it's a realistic goal this day and age. Unfortunately, educational technology today often hides content behind registrations, passwords and other digital "walls" that prevent students and other teachers from engaging the content and benefiting from the good work of a great teacher.

I think that's inefficiency in education (because perfect knowledge, for all of… Continue

Launching an Edtech company, Part 2

Posted on December 15, 2009 at 2:44pm 1 Comment

Building awareness around a brand (especially a new brand) is difficult. Over the past few weeks I've been getting out into the education community (the online community that is) and have connected with bloggers and individuals who I think would be great additions to our Beta testing group.

You see, when we launch we plan to do so in measured steps (so we can tweak the system to best fit the needs of our… Continue

Launching an Edtech company

Posted on December 11, 2009 at 12:39pm 4 Comments

I haven't had the chance to use this blog here, so here goes. I'm not a certified teacher, but I do really enjoy working in education. So for anyone interested, this is going to be an account of working in the education field from a private/entrepreneurial perspective.


I've worked for a private ed tech company ( for the past few years and have gotten (and am still getting) great experience working/supporting/helping teachers use Moodle and other… Continue

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At 1:12pm on February 5, 2010, Lisa Durff said…
that audio dropbox is COOL!
At 2:06pm on May 12, 2009, Chris Bell said…
Thanks so much for the link to the Moodle preso and your insight on introducing it to teachers. Cheers!
At 12:50pm on May 12, 2009, Chris Bell said…
Hi Joseph-
Mark Wagner pointed me in your direction. I'm looking for an intro to moodle workshop agenda and wanted to know if you might have anything you've used in the past that works well.
At 8:50pm on January 25, 2009, Jack said…
Hi Joseph. I was wondering if you have any high school contacts who would be interested in participating in a nationwide SAT Vocab Video Contest @ MIT university. You can view contest details at Please let me know. Thanks!
At 10:08pm on February 25, 2008, Michael Staton said…
Hey Joseph, thanks for the shout! Be in touch!
At 12:24pm on January 21, 2008, Studica Skills said…
Hi again Joe! Hope you're enjoying your long weekend, and I wanted to give you a big THANK YOU for the blog you posted about Studica Skills! I appreciate any exposure you are willing to give us, and I will definitely stay in touch! Looking forward to discussing the newsletter you mentioned, and maybe seeing if we can't get some of the free competitions incorporated into a more concrete plan for the curriculum for the online courses. Much appreciated, my friend, and happy 2008 to you! Stay in touch! :)
At 2:45pm on December 30, 2007, Laurie Korte said…
We will be hosting a Moodle Meet on Jan. 4th from 9-12 in Northbrook, IL at the District 28 offices both in person and online We look forward to meeting, hearing, and sharing with Moodlers, Moodler wannabes, and Moodler maybes.
Laurie Korte
At 9:40am on December 6, 2007, Studica Skills said…
Hi Joe - I just wanted to say thanks for trying to help! I know that we can see some great results when we collaborate!

At 4:32pm on October 24, 2007, Durff said…
Yes Sylvia did the GenYes and Jason did the Moodle - he is in Sydney, Australia. They are great people!
At 4:26pm on October 24, 2007, Durff said…
let's cut to the chase - it stinks. Now Dean's - that is good. And Sylia's - now that is good. The bar is raised by their professionalism and I have much to learn!


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