My name is Jody Watson and I am a technology preacher (I guess is the best way to put it) at my school and in my division, located in Alberta, Canada. I am really interested in trying to get collaboration projects with teachers in all grades from k-12. Just want to show the people out there (my school division) how valuable and how much students can learn from these sorts of opportunity. Anyone interested in any project let me know would love to get involved.
Hi Jody. My name is Pat Cook, and I'm a Grade 7 teacher in New Brunswick. I have very little experience in collaborative projects but I'm always looking for ways to expand my borders. What do you have in mind?
We are a K-6 elementary school in southern Arizona and we would love to collaborate. Do you have video conferencing equipment or were you thinking online? Any particular subject or grade level?
Count us in!
I teach English at a university in Japan. I`ll be using tumblr with a couple of my classes this year, but other than that I`m pretty low tech (we still use blackboards...I mean the ones with chalk, not the VLE version!)
Other than that, I`m especially interested in using technology for my own development. Please drop by and say hello ; )
Hello, my name is Mackenzie and I just returned to the US from three years in South Korea. I am now an ESL Director at Elmira College. I am so excited about web 2.0 materials that I created a wetpaint site. If you are interested in posting any lesson plans or videos this is a great place to do it. The site is: http://esltwopointoresources.wetpaint.com/ I also look forward to being an active member for this site! Nice to meet you all!
Hi, I am a sociologist who teaches college students, and I do so very poorly. I am hoping to derived insights from my participation in this forum, which might inspire me to develop tactics that will improve my abilities to command the interests of the students.
Hey there everyone. I currently teach elementary music in a very rural district in Tennessee. I am looking forward to many future productive collaborations. Any suggestions/insights on how to really get this thing going would be greatly appreciated. :)