I am a jack of all trades and master of some

I am a jack of all trades and <a href="https://hookupdate.net/pl/abdlmatch-recenzja/"><img src="https://www.unilad.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2020/01/PA-49442971.jpg" alt=""></a> master of some

I love working with wood, am a closet banjo picker and try to live a life of creative endeavors and try to impart the same in my students

Hello Group,My name is Doug Schmidt and I am an enrichment teacher in upstate New york I participated in the course last year but more as an observer, reaping ideas from the conversations. I am very interested in the tinkering aspect of learning in education and try to incorporate that more into my own classes. I have a small 8 acre farm where I raise lavender and honeybees.

For a few years my research focused on Artificial Intelligence but since 2005, after working as a volunteer in a rural school for poor children in South India, I have focused on studying the relationship between Education, Technology and Development

Hi there, my name is Leo and I’m from Brazil. I work as a creative director on a promotional agency. I lost the other course and I’m very excited.

Greetings! My name is Cindy and I am a second grade teacher. I live in Ponte Vedra Beach, Fl. I am a soccer mom and have recently taken up boxing. My class last year used Scratch with me and this year my whole school participated with the Hour of Code. I am excited to see people mention augmented reality. this year my students love Aurasma! I am looking forward to learn more about AR and coding. and things I just don’t know I want to know more about!

Hi! It’s great to be here again!I am the sorJacson, a rookie teacher, who is a lifelong learner.I was born with yellow hair and green eye in the city of burgo, when a Brazilian subtropical spring began.

I still play guitar singing on a particular morning or afternoon. Still walk around while thinking beyond. I still hear the ancestor saying simple but impressive things.

I am the Jacson, an experienced young man, who works as a history teacher at an educational institution that has an important story in the local context, and great potential to develop. The network of public school that contains the school is in deep transformations.When I see orange trees in bloom, I know there will be oranges!

Hi all – my day job is the Knowledge Ninja. wait just the Knowledge Manager of the Intel Computer Clubhouse Network but I’ve been on a long learning journey to this point – former Clubhouse Coordinator, AmeriCorps VISTA working in community media & tech centers, urban planning and civic media at MIT, then BTOP/digital literacy work out of Washington DC. I’m back in my home turf of Boston, and working on the Networks’ social networking website, the , for youth to post digital media and tech projects and collaborate with other staff and mentors around the world. AND lately I’m an advocate for Clubhouses to integrate more “making” activities in their Clubhouses. or just showing that they’ve been doing it all along but just calling it arts/crafts/engineering/DIY/design/fun. I ghosted around last year’s LCL both online and in-person since then at the monthly Boston area meetups when I can.

In my free time, I like to bake when my oven’s not broken and volunteer with local community arts and planning events. Right now, I can’t stop listening to the LEGO Movie song. Everything really is AWESOME.

I’m a Computer Scientist from Catalonia. I work for the University of Girona, at the Science and Technology Park of the UdG, where I’m the project manager of UdiGitalEdu (

In my current research I’m trying to find whether the development of Computational Thinking can relate to the development of Creative and Critical Thinking.

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