Hi Linda, Thanks for the invitation and sorry it has taken so long to reply! I'm currently back in the UK resuming my Masters and gearing up my use of web 2.0 tech so I'm on a learning curve! Are you an experienced practitioner? Look forward to hearing from you.
Can you give me the link to your blog and the link to your teacher webpage and I will take a look and see. Also left you a reply on my blog. Thanks so much for the feedback :)
Will you be at ISTE in Denver?
Impressive! A little bit about my career; I have been an educator for 18 years. Currently, I'm District Technology Supervisor - Camden City Schools. I have worn many hats, such as a middle school Science Teacher - Camden City Schools; A Computer Specialist - Willingboro Public Schools; Administrative Information Systems Manager - Princeton Regional Schools, A former school board member and I currently sit on various local, statewide and national technology committees.
I can enjoy the best of both worlds (Technology and Education) as these two worlds merge together as we prepare the 21st Learner.
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