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At 1:16pm on November 30, 2017, Christian Connell said…

Hello Laura, 

I am studying to become a teacher and I think that I can become a better teacher by expanding my circle with more international teachers. My hope is to be able to collaborate and become more well rounded teacher. 

At 8:36am on July 23, 2012, Amy Lambert said…

Hi Laura,

I am studying to become a teacher and I would love to collaborate and work with other teachers from around the world. I would like to teach children ages 5-8. What grade or ages do you teach? What inspired you to become a teacher? 

Amy Lambert

At 9:23am on September 6, 2011, Andrea Hildreth said…

Hello Laura,

You mentioned that in your educational environment there is a reluctance to give financial support to technology - that always amazes me!  It seems so obvious that the world in which the learners live is technology-fertile; and, we cannot educate for that world in a school which is technology-barren.

Do you think there will be an awakening among those who make financial decisions and funds will begin to flow into schools?  Wonder what would provoke that kind of an awakening.  Love to hear your thoughts.

Andrea Hildreth

At 2:04pm on September 3, 2011, Andrea Hildreth said…
Loved your Keynote-based story about the children in the forest!  Thank you for sharing this beautiful collection of words and pictures.
At 10:07am on January 1, 2009, Cathy said…
Hi Laura!
Happy New Year! It was nice to hear from you. I would be more than happy to share my experience as I work my way through the E-Learning graduate program at UW-Stout. I am taking the courses online and have been very happy with the program overall. The professors are amazing! Let me know if you are interested and I would be happy to send you the link.

Keep in touch,
Cathy
At 3:38pm on December 10, 2008, Michelle TeGrootenhuis said…
Welcome to our "Elementary Reading Teachers" group, Laura! We are glad to have you and the group is growing every week.
-Michelle TG
At 6:44pm on December 3, 2008, Mike Romard said…
It's been great chatting with you. Good luck in your searches and keep asking those questions. It's exciting working overseas. mike
At 2:56am on December 2, 2008, Sara Best said…
Hi Laura,

Thanks for adding me as your colleague. Look forward to collaborating with you!.

Sara
At 7:37pm on December 1, 2008, Wynelle Welsh said…
Hi Laura,
Nice to have you as a colleague! I was 4th grade for 16 years and have been the Ed Technologist for the past 8. I recently applied for a new position in our district called the 'District Ed Tech', our headquarters called today and offered the position and I accepted and my stomach has been in knots ever since! Starting something new is always as scary for me as it is exciting. Since I will be the pioneer in this position for my district, the playing field is wide open which is also nice but scary.

I need help with doing this 2.0 stuff. I am ashamed to say I am apparently comin in on the tail-end of this. Any advice on how to best use this site would be appreciated.

I work for the Dept. of Defense schools. We have schools stateside (DDESS) and in Europe and the Pacific (DODDS). We get students and teachers who have been all over the world.

I look forward to hearing from you. Be safe.
At 8:47pm on November 27, 2008, Kim Cofino said…
Hi Laura,

Thanks for your kind words - so far everything is fine in the city of Bangkok, just the airports are affected. We'll see what happens over the coming days and weeks.

So glad my blog was helpful for you and so nice to find you here on Classroom 2.0 :) Don't know if you made the connection, but Susan Souza and I work at the same school :)

kim
At 6:57pm on November 27, 2008, Susan Souza said…
Hi Laura,
International teaching is the best. My class of 19 second graders has students from Israel, Thailand, Philippines, Denmark, holland, Romania, Korea, Japan, South Africa and India. All of my students speak at least two languages.

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My husband and I registered through ISS and then went to an ISS (International School Services) hiring fair.
http://www.iss.edu/index.asp

Hope this helps, Susan
At 9:36am on November 27, 2008, Ana Buckmaster said…
By the way...your baby is adorable! How old?
At 9:34am on November 27, 2008, Ana Buckmaster said…
Macs are the greatest! Thanks for commenting on our blog! The kids will love to hear from someone from the other side of the world! I will share it with them on Monday because we are on thanksgiving break.

Best,
Ana =)
At 7:51pm on November 26, 2008, Chris Phyland said…
Hi Laura

I suppose my main passions lie in Science, Maths and ICT but I love working with children in literacy too. Being a primary teacher means your involved in it all really and it's lots of fun (most of the time!)

All the best

Chris
At 3:44pm on November 25, 2008, James Edward Charles Webber said…
welcome !

james
At 6:38am on November 25, 2008, Govinda Prasad Panthy said…
wow, thanks for ur comment. they collected garbage around the school area and burnt them. can we chat if u use it? u can skype me at govinda.prasad.panthy
At 5:34am on November 25, 2008, Govinda Prasad Panthy said…
hello, http://tinyurl.com/Govinda
At 9:27pm on November 24, 2008, Anthony Lupo said…
Hello Laura,
Welcome to Classroom 2.0 and greetings from the San Francisco Bay Area.
Tony

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