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Use this discussion forum to give us a link to your blog and what the main focus of your blog is. You can also add what you teach and where you teach so others who share a common role can connect with you!

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Hi everyone,

I'm an EFL teaching working with 4th graders in Ankara, Turkey. I not only blog about my lessons with them but also general education issues, using technology in and out of class and my on-going MA distance studies. Please take a look:

http://david-dodgson.blogspot.com/

Thanks :)
I am a 6th grade English and Drama teacher. I mostly use my technology for my English classes, but technology does often enter into theatre productions.

My blog is at: http://jrussellteacher.blogspot.com
I am a middle school assistant principal. My blog is about lessons learned in that role as well as a mother of three boys. My blog is http://milenagarg.blogspot.com/
I just posted about our beginning use of Instructional Rounds in our school.
I didn't get your comment. :-( I would love to hear what you have to say or what your thinking is on Rounds! and thanks for the read!
I am a 6-8 technology instructor in Oskaloosa, Iowa. My blog is at http://www.theworldofcommunications.blogspot.com. My blog includes reflections on my experiences in the classroom and thoughts about trends in education. Occasionally I add reposts from others so that I can keep my fellow educators up-to-date with what's going on in the world of technology. I also recently started blogging with my 6th graders - http://kidblog.org/6thgradeComputerApplications - but I can tell by looking at my students' blogs, they are not yet sure of the purpose for blogging. It looks like I've got my work cut out for me there! You can also connect with me through Twitter @ dejongdd.
I have 2 blogs, a classroom one for my students and a personal one.

Class blog - http://mrcasal.blogspot.com

Personal blog - http://thecasalos.blogspot.com

I've had the class blog for a while now, I've only recently stated blogging on a more personal level.
You can find my blog it is in Spanish!!! http://jvschool.blogspot.com
I blog on my own PLN called Technology Integration in Education. This group exists on Linkedin with over 4000 members and at its own site http://www.technologyintegrationineducation.om where we have over 3000 members. My blog is fed to my twitter account @ techintegined and my own website http://www.greglimperis.com. Some of my blogs are also on EDTech Digest. My group can now also be found on http://www.facebook.com. Please consider joining us and cross posting you blog on my site as well. Blog posts are fed to Amazon Kindle where a monthly subscription to the blogs can be downloaded and updated daily for a minimal fee to your Kindle. We are also in the process of launching a new APP for Iphone and Ipad.
I am an Assistant Principal at a middle school in Colorado Springs, CO. We are a public school that has a partnership with the Space Foundation. We just won a $5 million dollar grant-much of this money will go to technology. My blog is http://rise2thelevel.blogspot.com/ is a chronicle of my learning as a new AP.
Hi, I was an ICT and Computing Teacher teaching ages 11-18 in the UK. I'm now working the education NGO World ORT in their education department.
I blog at http://nstoneit.com
I've been blogging for coming up to 3 years now, mostly reflections on how our school Virtual Learning Environment was used as well as bits of innovative practice I've seen or tried out. I struggle to find time to blog as I always end up writing 3 times more than I planned to. I also haven't got round to changing the focus of my blog to reflect my new job - but I will get round to it.
I find blogging really useful to reflect on what I have achieved and to share ideas with others.
http://prosperosrogue.blogspot.com/

Tech teacher and integrationist in New Hampshire. My focus is technology integration throughout the curriculum with a particular emphasis on providing direction for those teachers who are new to the tech game. Please, check me out and send some constructive feedback.
http://amceducation.edublogs.org
iteach

is our blog where the focus is on sharing practical ICT information and links for teachers from K-12.

We are a group of teachers who teach full time and also develop teacher resources and training. Predominately I (Angie) am the one to look after the blog.

We are particularly interested in ICT, collaborative and inquiry based learning. I am particularly looking into early literacy and numeracy issues, and exploring how ICT tools can be most effectively used by teachers, parents and students in this area.

The blog currently includes WEB 2.0 tools and links for educators, tools for Digital Images and a quote page as I love these to provoke thought and provide some inspiration!

A PLN section is coming soon (and this will most definitely be one of the links!)

I'd love to set up a section for examples and links of our favourite ICT projects what has worked best for us - a kind of show and tell page! I think we all realise the power of an example or demonstration!

You can also follow us on Twitter @iteacheducation

We look foward to sharing and collaborating with educators around the globe

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