Hello! Is anyone out there?

Hello my NY DEN friends! I was wondering how you were doing. Since we don’t get to chat much, I don’t know too much about you. Please take some time to complete my poll so I know what information you’d like to get from our NYDEN blog. If you’re not too shy, introduce yourself in the comment section below.


By the way, I forgot to introduce myself in my prior blog posts as one of your NY DEN bloggers. My name is Christine Southard (Sutherd) and I’m a fifth-grade special education teacher on Long Island in a co-teaching class nicknamed the South-Paris Collaborative. In our class, our students are avid bloggers and podcasters, and technology is an integral part of our everyday learning.

What part of the state are you from? How are you using technology in your classrooms? I look forward to hearing from you.

Comments

  1. Nancy Sharoff

    Hi Christine!

    Welcome to the NY DEN LC! I’m truly looking forward to your blog posts where I know you’ll be sharing some great techniques, wonderful websites, and information that the NY DEN (and other state) members will benefit from.

  2. Tracy Standhart

    Welcome Christine. Can’t wait to hear what’s going on around NY.
    Love your BlogSpot.

  3. Loren Nowak

    Hi Christine…looking forward to your blog contributions. I’m a professional development person (Instructional Technology Curriculum Coach) with St. Lawrence-Lewis BOCES Model Schools Program. My offices are at Morristown Central School right on the St. Lawrence river overlooking Canada and at the Model Schools office/training room in Canton. Not too many other NY DEN members up here in the North Country, so I’m always glad to network with others. I work with teachers on integrating technology and teach workshops on Web 2.0 tools/widgets, podcasting, iSAFe Internet Safety, teaching with digital video (PowerMediaPlus), etc. We also have a PolyCom that we use to videoconference with other classrooms around the country. I’m glad to see NY continues to have space on the DEN. Looking forward to seeing more cool stuff here. – Loren

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