Let's get acquainted


In this task, we'll get to know each other a bit.

The purpose of this challenge is to set up global classroom collaborations with secondary classrooms.

The projects are up to you and your partner (we'll talk more about this in subsequent tasks) -- they can be as simple as e-pal programs or as comprehensive as collaborative environmental studies.

For now, let's get to know each other. Post a comment and tell us something about yourself, your school, and your classroom. If you'd like to make a short video to introduce yourself, that would be great! If you have a classroom web site, post a link.

Task Discussion


  • Oshane Hines said:

    Hi, My Name Is Oshane Hines I am 15 years old .and i'm form jamaica I would Love to Be an Author or a Lawyer. I love reading, socializing earing chocolate playing with cats,i love patranormal activity etc.

    on June 6, 2012, 10:23 a.m.
  • Chris Dillon said:

    Hi,

    I'm a secondary/K12 Digital Technology teacher from New Zealand.

    I teach in a rural community high school about 2 hours south of Auckland. We area state secondary from Year 7 - 13.

    I am the TiC of Digital Tech and largely reponsible for all computer-based learning in my school. I have an interest in webdesign, coding, graphic design and animation.

    I am also a junior art teacher to Year 9.

    Chris

    on May 21, 2012, 8:01 a.m.
  • Reyad Rahman said:

    Hi, I am Reyad. Student of 11 standard. Here to learn and discover the world.

    on May 9, 2012, 10:28 p.m.
  • karen said:

    Hi, I'm Karen. I organized this challenge. I work with schools across the U.S. on integrating technology. I live in the desert southwest in a remote place on the AZ/NM border.

    If you have any questions about this challenge or P2PU in general, feel free to message me any time!

    on March 4, 2012, 2:28 p.m.
  • clay said:

    I am a 3rd year classroom teacher in Durham North Carolina, USA. I am lucky enough to be in chargeof my own curriculum that centers around media litetacy, community building and mindfulness. I teach 8th grade but work closley with 6th and 7th grades as well. We are a small charter school in a suburban area, but serve kids from 4 counties from very diverse backgrounds. 

    on Feb. 23, 2012, 9:14 a.m.