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Hello my name is Maybelline and I am an Employment Counselor who is passionate and love empowering and inspiring people to realize their potential. I am keen and eager to learn more about WikiEducator (a new concept). I will share what I learn with others. "Give thanks for unknown blessings already on the way." Maybelline
Patricia Schlicht and I have been working with and for Dr. Wayne Mackintosh as the WikiEducator Learning4Content Coordinator and Community Builder on Wikieducator.
I have gained extensive knowledge in open and distance learning (ODL) and technology-mediated learning since 2000 when I started working in the industry. I was introduced to the concept of Free/Libre Open Education in eLearning in May 2006 through Dr. Wayne Mackintosh, the founder of WikiEducator. I have since become an avid WikiEducator and online facilitator for our Learning4Content workshops and are very much involved in promoting WikiEducator and building capacity in the global communities. I am actively monitoring and evaluating WikiEducator activities, among the many other activities I am involved in, building a sustainable global network of WikiEducators. Feel free to visit my page, to leave me comments--Patricia Schlicht 18:58, 13 August 2009 (UTC)
My name is Nellie Deutsch. I am researching instructor use of blended learning in higher education and very passionate about collaborative learning and instruction. Please feel free to contact me for help or just to say hello. Thank you. --Nellie Deutsch 20:37, 2 September 2009 (UTC)
Hi there everyone,
My name is Stewart Tagg. I'm a high school English teacher at Kings High School in Dunedin, New Zealand and I'm very happy to be a part of this profound shift in Educational philosophy - quite inspiring and exciting! Looking forward to figuring out how to use this tool and meeting some people along the way.
Hi, my name is Alexandra Francisco and I teach English as a foreign language in Gonçalves Zarco School, in Madeira, Portugal. Even though I am not tech savvy, I have a passion for ICT and I am really looking forward to learn more about this amazing tool, so I can use it to help my students develop their own learning skills.
I am Samatha Joseph, an integrated science part-time teacher. I am presently persuing my post gradute diploma in education at the University of Guyana. I worked for five years plus with a team of educators producing the first set of english curriculum materials for 'Interactive Radio Instructions" Mathematics for Grades 1, 2 and 3 in Guyana. I have recently started working with a company called 'Iwokrama' as the archive Coordinator. Iwokrama rainforest is one of the World's last intact rainforests. The work of Iwokrama is highly supported by the Commonwealth Secretariat. As for my intest in Wikieducation,it started when I was appointed as country reprsentative to accompany my director to the first Caribbean Educators Workshop in Barbados. I was trained in Wiki editing skills and has sinced trained many of my collegues in the same. I am attending this online Workshop to improve my skills and to learn how I can contribute more and colaborate more with others of the same interst.
--Snazzy.mishra 05:02, 13 September 2009 (UTC)hello everybody!!! I AM A student of B.Sc B.Ed 3rd year , STUDYING IN REGIONAL INSTITUTE OF EDUCATION , BHOPAL. IT IS A TEACHER'S TRAINING COURSE . I AM A NEW COMER IN THIS WIKIEDUCATOR FIELD . SO I DON'T KNOW MUCH MORE ABOUT THIS BUT IT SEEMS TO BE VERY EXCITING, SO I JOINED IT.
Hi Everyone! My name is Kabuki Ocansey,(you can refer to me as Kiki) a native of Ghana and resident in Ghana. I just completed a degree program in Psychology from the University of Ghana, Legon, I am not so new here though I haven't gotten so involved. I look forward to meeting great people, sharing ideas and above all making the most of this workshop. I wish everyone an enjoyable and fruitful workshop and I say THANK YOU to Dr. Wayne Mackintosh, the facilitators/coordinators of this workshop for making this and other learning facilities available to us. --Yesnaco 11:14, 14 September 2009 (UTC)
Hi. My name is Debbie Bridge I am currently working within the DEHub (Distance Education Hub) at the University of New England in Australia. The DEHub is a government funded research project designed to promote best practice and research in Distance Education. The DEHub team is planning to utilise WikiEducator in doing this. I am filling an administrative role within the project and hope to gain an understanding of how this space is used and obtain the practical skills that will assist the project in utilising the site. I am quite new to online learning, but looking forward to gaining knowledge and participating in some of the technology that DEHub is promoting. --Dbridge2 01:29, 17 September 2009 (UTC)
Jo Fothergill and I completed the last wikieducators workshop eL4C29 . I've dabbled in wikis for several years and am now getting into wiki work in a big way. I teach at Raumati Beach School, on the Kapiti Coast of New Zealand. I'm teaching Year 3&4 (7-9 year olds) and running an eLearning environment in my classroom. Approximately 70-80% of the work is presented online via a wiki and I'm encouraging self-management of learning. I'm constantly learning and striving to improve my knowledge of Web2.0 and OER and see how it fits into my many varied roles I take as part of my teaching profession. I'm looking forward to eL4C30 and learning more about facilitating via WE. --dragonsinger57 22:20, 18 September 2009 (UTC)
Hi, I am Curlin Robinson, and i work as a senior administrator, and lecturer at the International University of the Caribbean in Jamaica. I am looking forward to acquiring e-content development skills as a step in the process toward the achievement of my institution's e-learning goals. I am also interested in seeing how this and other related technologies will assist in other areas of administration, and i believe that this hands-on opportunity is a step in the right direction. --Curlin 22:07, 22 September 2009 (UTC)
Virginia Alberti and I completed the last Wikieducators eL4C29 workshop; I'm an Italian math teacher and teacher trainer in two national project about math with tecnology and about LIM ( rispectively firstname.lastname@example.org project and LIM -as SMART- project). I'm teaching math and statistic in High school (ITIS e LST B.CASTELLI in BRESCIA ). I have 4 class and I'm teaching with the integration of the tecnology with a blended approach and the use of MSN, Skype, blog, wiki and dedicated platform for elearning. In my teaching the use of technology is conceived as an integration of teaching in the curriculum and as an instrument of domestic support and recovery activities to achieve minimum learning.
I'm attending an English course online: LEO with Nellie and she is a GREAT teacher! and also I'm a member of some groups of NING community
--Viralber 23:34, 22 September 2009 (UTC)
Hello, my name is Akshay and I am a teacher from India. My prime job is to teach through distance. Wiki is a very good tool for collaborative teaching. I am sure, I will be able to learn as well as teach using wiki. Best wishes - Akshay, 12:08, 23 September 2009
Janet Bianchini and I completed the last WikiEducator L4C29 workshop and enjoyed it so much that I am back again! I am currently a freelance teacher/trainer studying as much as I can about Web 2.0 technologies and ways of incorporating them into the classroom. I write an edublog for teachers and students, I belong to several ning groups and I am currently involved in commenting on student and class blogs from all over the world. Twitter also keeps me fairly busy helping me build my PLN. I am interested in the way wikis are shaping our world and I hope to add more content to the OER on the WikiEducator platform. --Janet Bianchini 19:53, 28 September 2009 (UTC)
Sebastian Panakal and I am training teachers in Kerala, India to use Web 2.0 tools to help students acquire digital citizenship. My school is eSchool Kerala Visit eSchoolKerala. As a Technology Evangelist, I plan to enroll and train all my students into WE community.