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Hallo! Bine v-am gasit. Sunt jurnalist si sunt interesat de tot ce este nou dar vreau sa si aprofundez cunostinte in domeniul juridic. De exemplu Drept international. Dar si orice as putea sa invat pentru a aplica in tara mea.
Iris Fudge from London UK retired nurse interested in anthropolgy, politics and philosophy, childrens welfare in general. Would like to hear comments from people concerned with all forms of genital cutting across the globe.
Looks like I'm the only student who is a member of edubloggerworld....
I'm Efren T. Yares Jr., a working student here in Cebu Institute of Technology, and a Filipino... I live here in Cebu, Philippines... I'm a Computer Engineering-student.
I'm looking forward to cooperate with you... I'm not used to this but I want to have some experience... I would like to know all of you and have some communication with you...
May God bless us, all. Thanks....
My name is Amy Campbell. I currently teach 6th grade World Cultures, I have also taught 8th grade Language Arts. I began working on my masters in Educational Technology last February, will be done in August! As a teacher, I'm very aware of their limited time to sort through all the online and technology related resources, so I created a blog to review them. I've had a personal blog for years, though my updates aren't as regular as I'd like, but I just started my technology blog in January. My intention is to review a resource a week; however, with work and school it will probably be every two weeks. I'm very excited to begin working as an IT Specialist and helping teachers and students make technology work for them.


I look forward to getting to know you all and getting your input on improving my site.
My name is Marlo Perez and currently working in a power plant here in the Philippines. I am also currently studying my MBA and hopefully finished it next year after completing my thesis. I love surfing the net as well as doing blogs. I love reading and writing. I read Sidney Sheldom, John Grisham as well as the other genres mostly philosophy and psychology books.
I always have this interest in education. My mother and father are teachers. Though my father passed away a long time ago, my mother on the other hand retired in almost forty years in education last 2001. I I have given the chance I will pursue my dream of teaching in a local university here in our city so that I could share my ideas as well as inculcate in other minds the beauty of wisdom and the quest for knowledge.
I am very grateful I have discover this site and I am hoping I can meet new people with the same interest and exchange information, ideas about life among others.

I’m Mark Lim! In 2008, I left my career in one of the top investment banks in Malaysia to pursue my passion in Childcare. Now, I work as a Nursery Nurse in the UK, and am pursuing Early Years Professional Status (EYPS) via a postgrad course. Someday, I’ll (hopefully) even run my own Childcare Centre!

Please visit my site at http://earlychildcare.wordpress.com for continuous free, quality Early Years Childcare articles!

Alternatively, if you'd like to connect with others who are passionate about improving the quality of Early Years Education and Childcare, come and support http://earlychildcare.ning.com
Hello Fellow Educators!

I am an Instructional Coach in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma, U.S.A. I am interested in finding classroom teachers who want to connect via Skype for Professional Development and classroom exchanges. If you are interested please email me. mknight@baschools.org
Hey, everyone!

I'm a 6th Grade Reading and Language Arts teacher who also just happens to host three blogs: Teach with Picture Books (aimed at teachers in grades 3-8), How to Teach a Novel (a presumptuous title, but real easy to find through Google!) and Teaching that Sticks (based upon Chip and Dan Heath's best-selling Made to Stick).

I also present on teaching with picture books, teaching with novels, and using interactive reading and writing tools online. Forcing yourself to become "an expert" on any topic keeps you hungry for learning! That being said, I do not pretend to be any kind of expert, guru, or internet ninja!

I think as educators we become better through collaboration, whether with the teacher across the hall or across the globe.
I am a veteran teacher who has taught special education, elementary education and currently teach at an alternative site for pregnant and parenting teens in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma. Currently, I teach English, Creative Writing and technology classes.
I love networking with other professionals, learning new technology for teacher productivity and student learning.
When not teaching students I spend time teaching and participating in educational technology courses at the Eighthfloor a technology learning center for educators. http://eighthfloor.org/
I am living in bradford uk, and I'm intereted in Knowledge Management, Knowledge Portal
Hi Edubloggers!

I am a former web developer for the Department of Education at UC Riverside. I have just created a new site called findourschool.com.
Its a human organized search engine built specifically for finding elementary schools, high schools, etc. There's still a ton of work to do, but I envision it mashing up data from other review sites, wikipedia, the school's website, etc.

Thanks for welcoming me!
Greetings fellow edubloggers. I am Assistant Principal at a low decile school here in clean green New Zealand. The school is 80 % Maori and has a roll of 157. It is at the edge of Taupo, a beautiful tourist destination in the middle of the North Island of New Zealalnd. I am interested in using ICT in the classroom, and am getting to grips this year with an interactive whiteboard. Fun and Excting!!


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