Nancy, I just started a HS girls tech club called Digital Divas 2.0. We set up our own Ning site (with no ads!) and will be using the site to stay in touch, share resources, and post examples of work. Our focus is on creative applications of technology such as digital photography, making movies, blogging, etc. I'd love to get ideas of what you have done with your program.
Hi everyone. I'm a graduate student currently working on the development of the Scratch Online Community, a place where kids and novices can share their own games, interactive art and digital stories created in the Scratch programming language. We're organizing a conference for educators, researchers, developers, and other members of the worldwide Scratch community. If you use Scratch or are interested in learning more about it, we hope to see you here at MIT this summer!
Hello Andres and welcome to classroom20.com I have recently attended a conference where I sat in on several sessions involving scratch - how to use it, possible applications and outcomes from junior to quite senior students. So, I am very impressed with it and want to use it next semester with my classes. All the best with the planning for your conference. Will there be anything offered online?
So hi ... my name is Martin Jorgensen. I'm in Melbourne Australia.
I'm a third year pre-service teacher. I have a background in professional writing, usability and design ... and I'm fascinated by new ways of introducing narrative to students from p - 12.
Last year I built www.lightningbug.com.au ... a site about story, with buckets of resources for students writing at home, and for teachers - with a teaching portal that includes lesson plans, electronic whiteboard pages and a lots more.
This year, I'm building www.thedigitalnarrative.com ... a website about building stories using digital media - ipods, SMS, mind maps, online calendars, wiki's ... you name it.
I'd love to hear from anyone interested in contributing to the project, or has experiences they'd like to share.
I am a Social Pychologist working on social networks and new technologies in Madrid, Spain. I would like to learn well how to connect digital video and visual learning in long life learning. Take look to my blog at http://www.devideodigital.com
All the best