Jack Strelec
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Greetings Fellow Educators,                I have been running a project called FACE IT-TRACE IT-ERASE IT for two years. It is a three Phase assignment that allows students from all over the world to…Continue


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I teach social studies and technology for Colorado Springs School District 11. I recently traveled to Bangladesh for Relief International where I worked with teachers on using technology in the classroom. I am currently working with teachers and students from 20 countries on telecollaborative projects.

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At 5:50pm on August 24, 2010, Katherine Bolman said…
Jack, what is happening with the Reber International School?
Let me know if the work I have placed on Globalnet is helpful.
Let me know if your social studies students would be interested in any of the ideas I put on the new site.
At 4:54pm on May 20, 2010, Austin Bond said…
Jack - I'm not a teacher, although I have been (about 20 years ago I had a few years as a classroom teacher, then as a peripatetic instrumental music teacher). I've worked primarily in administrative positions since then, and I've just started a PhD. I'm interested in self-learning. Austin

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