Hi all! Roz Faulkner, IT trainer in a national law firm - currently work in the Sydney office (Australia). Started 'life' as a classroom teacher but been working in the corporate environment for over 25 years now. My role incorporates training to adults (ranging in age from 18 to 70yrs) in the software (both inhouse and commercially developed) and hardware used by our organisation. Law because of it conservative professional nature can raise challenges if trying to introduce new technology innovations when training its staff. Interested to hear other comments as well as become more aware and versitile in techno learning experiences.
Hi~ I am the middle school EAL coordinator at Jakarta International School. My goal is to not only collaborate within my immediate work environment but also globally as I inquire into new ways of looking at learning through the lens of technology--as I learn with and am taught by my students!
OK my name is Andrew Scott. I am a learning and development manager with a global pharmaceutical company based in Sydney Australia. My job entails a fairly broad range of learning environments. I train product knowledge for sales people and marketers as well as selling skills for sales people and their managers and I am starting to get involved in management and leadership training across the company. Another area of interest is broader professional development for all employees and developing a framework of offerings which they can access at different stages of their careers.
My background in Adult education is largely sports coaching but I also spent a few years in the Vocational Education and Training sphere delivery licensing courses for people entering or progressing through the security industry. I have coached around the World in Australia, the United Kingdom, Japan and the United States. I look forward to sharing ideas and learning from people with more experience in web based applications.
I am Bob Esty, and I teach Humanities, a mixture of English and US History, at the Barrie School, a small private school in Maryland near Washington DC. I've been teaching for nearly 14 years, but I'm a relative newbie to the Web 2.0 world. I am looking forward to learning more about 2.0 applications. I am also interested in neat teaching tips and sites for my subject areas. Thanks!
Hi all! My name is Shanda FitzHenry and I am currently a student on the path to my teaching degree. I am in the middle of a long and hard research project in hopes of gathering any and all information I can get my hands on about "digital classrooms". Not only will this project determine my grade and ultimately my future but I chose the topic for my own personal gain. I wish to know all I can to determine my own teaching style once in my own classroom. Any good sources I should check out? All help is greatly appreciated!!!
Hello everyone. I'm Anna Kagedal, from Sweden, but working in an International School in Tamil Nadu, South India. I'm a teaching librarian (but one with a library degree, not a teaching one). I am trying to keep current with 2.0, mostly Library 2.0, but I am also trying to promote use of 2.0 in the classroom to our techers here - hence my joining this ning.
Hello everyone :) My name is Amanda Debattista and I am an eLearning Teacher from Malta (that's a little island in the middle of the Mediterranean Sea....) My job is to promote ICT, Web 2.0 and eLearning in Primary schools around Malta, both with the students but especially with the teachers. I have my own blog, http://teachersandcomputers.blogspot.com, where I post practical ideas for the class teachers. At the moment I am following a distance course with the University of London, Online Education and Training.