Please introduce yourself, let us know a little bit about you, and where you are from.

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Hi Janice!!

It's nice to meet you.  Edcite has some great content for math teachers.  Check it out...www.edcite.com.  Btw, is FREE! If you have any questions, let me know!

Best,

Josie

Hello!  I have one year of teaching experience in 9th grade English.  I am currently working towards completing an MEd in Curriculum and Instruction.  I am from the great State of Texas.  I would like to learn more about how to implement technology into lessons and how to revise content to be better suited to the 21st century.  

Hi! My name is Josie Mittleman and I am the PD and Curriculum Specialist for Edcite.  I absolutely LOVE my job.  Empowering teachers and helping students is what I love to do.  I also love that Edcite is FREE so I am able to reach so many different types of teachers and students.

Aside from work, I am a mom of a 14 year old girl, a King Charles Cavalier named Speckles, and a Maltipoo named Jasper. I live in Boca Raton, Florida. 

Looking forward to connecting with some amazing educators here!!

Hey , I am Joel Kahindi from Kenya, a teacher in one of the elementary schools in the rural- coastal Kenya. We have started integrating ICT in our teaching and learning in the classroom. Joining this site has raised my optimism to collaborate with my fellow educators across the world in matters of education. Thanks.

Hi Joel!

Welcome to the site! I would love to see your students in action! What kinds of technology options do you have in your classroom?

Best,

Josie

Hello! I'm Rebecca Chambers, a special education teacher of students with moderate intellectual disabilities. I'm from Manassas, Virginia.. I'm looking forward to discovering everything that Classroom 2.0 has to offer, and how I am able to contribute in return.

Hello All, Raj Sankaranarayanan here !  I am from Bloomington, IL working as a Trainer and technical content developer. Very happy to be here and looking forward for great discussions and learning together !

Hey guys! 

My name is Jenna and I have recently began a Master's program for Academic Behavioral Skills in Special Education!  I am pretty new to the education world, with only 2 years experience as a paraprofessional, and I could use all of the help I can get!  If any of you have any tips for me or good websites that you found to be most helpful, I would really appreciate it.  Beginning my program, I find myself confused and intimidated by all of the new terms and concepts that I am not used to.  I am learning so much, but I have so much to learn.  I would love to hear from you all.  Thank you!

Hello Everyone

I am in the Masters of Special Education program at Bethel University.  I have worked as an educational assistant for 6+ years and love every minute of it.  I originally went for Healthcare Management but realized that my true passion is for kids with disabilities.  I have great mentors that I work with each and everyday but am still looking for any additional information or resources anyone would like to share with me in this area!

Jessica Ikegboma


Hello Everyone.
 I am Nadeem a student of Dental Hygiene. This program has been first time introduce in our country. I belong to the mountainous area of Northern Areas of Pakistan. I have join this platform to increase my knowledge and learn from you all.
Thanks

Hi! I'm Dieter. Happy to become part of community :)

I am a reading specialist/intervention teacher in NC. I have a master's in reading as well as my National Boards in Reading. For the last 15 years as a middle school intervention teacher I have had a full schedule of my own classes but this year my principal wants to change that up a bit. So I am coming to this group in search of some help/ideas.

This year I will have two periods where I can push into classes. I'm going to do that with science and social studies classes. I have identified the neediest classes that coincide with my schedule. However, logistics are an issue that I'm searching for some help with. My principal wants me to be pro-active rather than re-active. In other words I'll pre-teach vocabulary and the concept that will be coming up to the struggling students so they will have at least a little background knowledge to hold onto and begin building their new knowledge. But how do I do that without them losing what is still going on in their class? These are teachers that are not used to having anyone co-teach with them nor take kids out to help them. How do I manage working with 6 science teachers and 6 social studies teachers with no time to meet and plan other than before or after school?  I have an idea but am not crazy about it. I'm wondering if there is anyone who has done or is doing something like this? Or does anyone have any creative ideas? 

Thank you!!

Elizabeth Harper Allen

Cary, NC

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