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

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Hi Everyone, Lisa Koch Here from Minneapolis MN. I am a curriculum coordinator at a K-6 STEM magnet school. I am really interested in engaging the teachers I work with in web 2.0 technologies. I would like all the teachers I work wiht to have a professional learning network that is as exciting and as useful as mine.
Hello. I am Justin Ethridge from NW Pennsylvania. I am a K-12 vocal music teacher, and look forward to working with many of you and sharing information and tools!
Hello everyone. Glad to be here. I teach physics in Oklahoma City at Putnam City High School.
Good morning!

I am a technology specialist at Katy ISD. I love the Web 2.0 Tools and enjoy introducing them to treachers and students whenever possible.
Hey Guys, this is Alok Jain , based out of sterling VA. Designer from profession, looking for ways to use technology to improve communication etc (all the good stuff) for educators and related communities.
Hi there,

I'm a former 4th grade teacher who still supports elementary school teachers. I'd love to connect with K-5 teachers who use web 2.0 technologies with other teachers, students, or parents. Is there anything going on at this level? I'm curious to find out. Thanks!

SF Bay Area
Hi Everyone. This is Debbie Valdez. I'm a technology coordinator in Buford, GA. I am looking forward to learning from all of you.
Hello there!
I am Muthanna Mohammed Sultan, from Iraq. I am a teacher in College of Education, University of Baghdad. My own field is English Literature. I like teaching, poetry, psychology, and history. I believe in cooperative learning, creative thinking, and integrating technology in both learning and education.
Hello every one, Brian Kays here from Pomona California. I am a science teacher with a PE degree who has taught at every major level of schooling. Fortunately I found one I enjoy, the high school level. I am always looking for new ideas in the classroom to best help my girls (I teach at an all girls High School) learn.

I am big on project based learning and believe that girls (especially in Physics) need more hands on experience in creation and application of concepts.

Hope to get a lot out of this site.

Alline Sada from Computer Lab Specialist in Monterrey, Mexico.
My students speak English, Spanish and German.

We would love to work collaboratively.
Hi Everyone,

Chanel Carlascio, Portland, Oregon USA. Interested in learning more about the direction of education and the use of technology so I can keep pace with the students I serve. Thanks for letting me join!
HI All,
Happy Monday. So glad I found this site already gotten some valuable tips. I'm Tech. Teacher at Charter High School in the inner city of Los Angeles. I really want to use google apps. However, school does not have domain name. I plan on purchasing one. I've been told you can get more than 200 email accounts from it. I've also heard that to sign students up to the site, its best to use excel spread sheets to organize. I'm not a excel buff at all. Can anyone give me a step by step walk though on how one can add a large batch of names to Google apps to create student emails.
Thank you in advance



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