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Teachers Without Borders
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http://www.teachandlearn.ca/blog
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http://www.teacherswithoutborders.org
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About Me
I coordinate the Certificate of Teaching Mastery program at Teachers Without Borders, an international nonprofit organization that supports teacher leaders, worldwide, with professional development opportunities and tools that connect them with information and each other so that they may play a more vital role in their communities.

As a researcher and teacher educator, I am interested in adolescent literacy, and teacher education and development, with a specific focus on practitioner inquiry and communities of practice.

My future research plans are to build on the foundations of my PhD research to further explore the effectiveness and impact of computer supported learning environments and knowledge building in online communities both in teacher professional development and adolescent literacy. Given the focus of my doctoral research, I have a particular expertise and interest in activity theory and cognitive apprenticeship models.

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At 2:10pm on December 6, 2009, suehellman said…
Hi Konrad --

I'm taking a Master's in Instructional Media through Wilkes University. Would you be interested in speaking to a group of us who meet online on Tuesday nights? If yes, please reply to mshellman@telus.net.

You might also want to join a group called "Canadians Mashup". If you join, please use the Welcome forum at http://www.classroom20.com/group/canadianmashup/forum/topics/welcome-to-canadian-mashup to introduce yourself.

-Sue in Surrey, BC
At 7:25pm on January 30, 2008, Dave Bill said…
Great presentation at Educon. You really got me thinking about how I am using technology and how I can improve that usage. It was definitely the best one I attended. Keep up the good work.
At 12:14pm on December 31, 2007, Mike said…
Lots of good stuff here. This is very informative.
At 8:08pm on November 25, 2007, Charles Paul Bazin Webster said…
I dream of a world where people get as excited about learning as they do about football. This thought brings me back to several reading I have done over the past few years. sigh...
At 12:25am on November 25, 2007, Charles Paul Bazin Webster said…
What is Toronto like this weekend?
At 8:39am on November 5, 2007, Steve Hargadon said…
We were averaging just about 100 sign-ups a week until about two or three weeks ago, when it seemed to pick up to about 150/week. I hope that means that the site is helping people, so they are telling others.
At 9:01am on October 29, 2007, Steve Hargadon said…
Hey! Thanks for doing such a great job lately as a volunteer host! :)

Konrad Glogowski's Blog

2007 EduBlog Awards

Posted on December 4, 2007 at 9:46am 0 Comments

Cross-posted to blog of proximal development

It is a great honour to be nominated again for the EduBlog Awards. I don’t know who nominated this blog in two categories - Best Teacher Blog and Most Influential Post - but I…

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Conversation with Pre-Service Teachers - Teacher as Learner

Posted on November 16, 2007 at 9:30am 0 Comments

Cross-posted to blog of proximal development.

First of all, thanks to those of you from Brigham Young University who added your thoughts to my first post on the set curriculum. I enjoyed…

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Conversation with Pre-Service Teachers - The Set Curriculum

Posted on November 12, 2007 at 9:30am 0 Comments

Cross-posted to blog of proximal development.

On November 19th, I will be hosting a Second Life workshop for pre-service teachers from Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah. They are currently taking a course on instructional technology…

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Parent-Teacher Interviews 2.0

Posted on November 4, 2007 at 2:30pm 0 Comments

Cross-posted to blog of proximal development

Yesterday, we had our first parent-teacher interviews for the current academic year. Some of my colleagues don’t like them. I do.

I enjoy parent-teacher interviews because I always see them as an opportunity to reflect on what I’ve accomplished with each individual child. Getting ready for parent-teacher interviews is an opportunity

for reflection and self-assessment. It’s an…

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