Jim Sprialis
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Special Education Resource Unit
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http://www.sprialisconsulting.com
About Me
I have been an educator for 26 years. I am an Early Childhood educator with extensive experience in both the mainstream and Special Education fields. I am currently a Project Officer with the Education Department in the area of Communication, Learning and Technology. I have a state-wide role in supporting educators with the use of technologies for students with disabilities and learning difficulties.

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At 7:20pm on December 11, 2007, Brian said…
Thanks for writing! TRT--Technology Resource Teacher!
At 6:06pm on December 11, 2007, Brian said…
I am a TRT in Virginia (US) today (I'll share what TRT means if you tell me what ICT means! :-)) and today we were discussing Australians (drum roll please!). One of my colleagues said today that she heard you are very ahead of the curve in technology learning and are a wealth of ideas of politeness. Somebody, I guess, was visiting here in the states and shared what's going on in your country with tech education and gave a lot of valuable information. Huzzah!
At 7:47am on September 5, 2007, Jim Sprialis said…
Very observant of you Graham... I guess the eyes gave it away!! Thanks for the welcome. I've had a look through your blog and I must commend you on your thought provoking entries..... and, I agree. Every educator should have a del.icio.us account as their entry point. No excuse.. it's not even blocked by EduConnect for a change!
At 6:52am on September 4, 2007, Graham Wegner said…
I thought I recognised the face! Welcome aboard - thanks for adding more kooltools07 links following our CEGSA session.
At 5:09pm on July 31, 2007, Vonnie said…
Hi JIm, Great to have a friend from Adelaide. Love your work! Vonnie
At 6:43am on July 31, 2007, Jacinta Gascoigne said…
Thanks Jim,
Having 2 teenage sons and being single mum, has led to my learning how to play, playstation and x-box over the years and have seen it go from just the games you play on your own with pals to games you play online with people all over the world - I am not great though. First time playing Halo 2 online and I managed to wipe out everyone on my team - not a great start but all those my guys play with were really kind, thought it was great a mum would even give it a go and then asked me to hand back the controls to my guys. I have improved but it took a while.
So with all of that over the years, the fact that they have had 'web identies' for what seems forever, on myspace in particular, along with the opportunities I have had for formal professional development - Flexible Learning Leader in 2003 - Australian Flexible Learning Framework and my continuing networking within the Framework, oh and the fact I am a curious cat and have always looked for ways, outside the square to enhance the learning environment and experience for my learners, taking the time to check out various online tools and technologies, is now a part of my daily routine and I love it.
Another member is working on a project, where learners globally are learning, sharing and collaborating using a wiki, If you are interested, I am more than happy to pass on the details to you.
Great to meet you and I too look forward to learning more about what you are doing and your experiences, ideas and thoughts.

Jacinta
At 6:08am on July 31, 2007, Jacinta Gascoigne said…
Hi adelaidelad, great to have you with us in classroom 2.0 and nice to see more from OZ joining in the fun.
Looking forward to connecting, learning and sharing alongside you and the rest of the crew.

Jacinta
At 6:06am on July 31, 2007, Jim Sprialis said…
Thank you Greg. It may take some time, but I am looking forward to seeing how this space develops. The scope for integrating my newly established wiki pages and podcast site is something I am keen to investigate.
 
 
 

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