I run a (very young) company called ChitChat. ChitChat is an educational network that gives teachers a space on the web they can use to post course interactive course materials they create themselves, or which they share from teachers around the network. I would be *thrilled* if you'd check it out at http://ChitCh.at, and I'd love to talk about it if you have any questions.
Beyond ChitChat, I like to play with technology, ride my bike, cook, and make things.
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For my IT class that I'm teaching, I was wondering if my students might be able to set up some spaces in your network or better yet, would you like to be a virtual guest in our class one week? let me know.
Thanks for your thoughts on my classroom blog issues. I appreciate your comments about specificity. I'd toyed with more specific and directive directions but steered away from them -- the constructivist in me wanted the students to take the lead. I can see now though where, at least until we really get a conversation going, and until studens are comfortable with the process they will need more specificity. I also like the the idea of embedding the video in the post. I'll do that next time.
Hi Jack: Check Steve Hargadon's rules about commercial promotion on Clrm 2.0 and decide for yourself. (It looks to me that since you require teachers to join ChitCh.at as a precondition for eligibility for the "gift" that it might not be appropriate. Again, you decide.)