Hello. I am not sure if there is a discussion out there for computer lab teachers yet. If not, I would like to start one so we can bounce ideas and resources off each other. I spent my first year teaching as a computer lab teacher. At first I was hesitant because I thought I would be a classroom teacher. Now, I love it and feel I am in the right place at the right time.

This September I start my second year only this time i am at a Chicago Public School with 600+ students. I have a lot of work to do to prepare and would love to talk with anyone about tips, tricks, what to avoid, etc.

Thanks,
Jeremiah Olson

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Jeremiah,

I would love to get the feedback of somebody like you about my community. My partners and I have developed a new community for teachers and students called StudyBuddyCampus. It is free and it represents our vision of the future for the use of technology in the classroom. Our goal is to revolutionize the delivery of education by combining an interactive game like experience with the latest educational content. We have several teachers and students testing our Beta site at http://www.studybuddycampus.com, and we are constantly releasing new features. Given the topic of your discussion, I thought you might be interesting in taking a look, and if you have the time, we would love to receive feedback from people with your kind of experience.

Best Regards.

You should try using Collaborize Classroom with your students.  Collaborize Classroom is a really useful free online learning forum where you can post topics and activities for your students to respond to.  You can also embed multimedia, video, articles, interviews, word documents etc.


http://www.youtube.com/user/CollaborizeClassroom

If you are looking for a free site of activites that are aligned to common core to share with your teachers try out http://powermylearning.org

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