International Teachers Collaborative Database

Today I got the International Teachers Collaborative Database online. If you go to http://www.oratiobrevis.com and fill out the short survey I'll be able to get you in touch with a teacher who wants to collaborate with your classroom. It's also a way for me to keep track of all the educators I've been getting in touch with.


Even if you think I already have all your information there may be
something missing in my records. Also, by putting your information in the database it will make it a lot easier for me to find an educator for you.

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Comment by ddeubel on July 16, 2007 at 2:27am
Jared,

Super job. We need more people taking the initiative to bring us all together and weave those webs......

I train teachers here in Korea and will be sure to advertise and send teachers there - they especially need classrooms in America to collaborate with and help open their own world and better their English language skills.

Thxs,

DD
Comment by Jared on July 16, 2007 at 2:39pm
DD,

Thanks for th encouraging words. I'm really excited by all the attention I've been getting for this project, and I think it's something that is going to be really useful for educators. I've posted things all over the place about it. If you want to read more you can go to my profile page or visit my blog at http://christonium.com/jared/
Comment by Lisa Parisi on July 16, 2007 at 4:18pm
Thanks for the place to sign up. I find that, while I have many teachers saying they are interested in collaborating, it is hard to find ways to get started. Being hooked up with another class might be just the ticket!
Comment by Jared on July 16, 2007 at 6:54pm
That's what I've been thinking too. I'm only looking for teachers that are really interested in getting something going. It shows too. On any given social network only a few teachers will actually go through the process of even registering. You'd be surprised how many people don't give their real email address either. So I think it is the rare teacher that actually wants to connect their class to the rest of the world, and interested teachers are extremely rare. That's why I have to go through so many networks to find people.

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