Introduce Yourself - Getting to know eachother - (iEARN Members)
My name is Khitam and I'm iEARN-Jordan Representative. I'm looking forward to grow iEARN in my country and have as many teachers and youth to participating in the iEARN activities to share with their colleagues and peers from allover the world.
Looking forward to seeing you all in the iEARN Virtual International Conference 2012 & Youth Summit.
Hi everyone. This is a great opportunity to take part in this big virtual conference coming ahead of us. My name is Misheck Mutuzana from Zambia. Iam an IT/Art & Design teacher. I enjoy teaching, facilitating workshops and seminars on ICT/IT topics. Iam also invoved with Global Teenager Projects, International Computer Driving License (ICDL), SGAC and Teacher Without Borders. See the links below: http://teacherswithoutborders.org/about-us/our-team/country-represe...
Looking forward to participate, learn and enjoy the iEARN conference.
I have just been reading the introductions here and have a big smile! It is to so nice to see students, teachers and former students! You all are what makes iEARN as wonderful as it is.
This is nour_eddine ( nour) from Morocco. It's really very pleasing to meet again some old friends in here.
I hope we can share on some collaborative projects and work together to help our community of pracice thrive , grow and flourish.
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Hello from Greece. I am teacher in primary school and i work with students with special needs in a separate class (resource room). Technology integration in education had been a challenging issue from the first year of my teaching since now. I am working with all web 2 platforms and Cms . I have partecipated in European projects eTwinning and Comenius Socrates
Good to meet you Zoi,
Your work is interesting. Culturelinks work with a number of EU partners. Perhaps we could link up projects if opportunities are tight?
Hi Aziz , thanks for your kind words .
Hello Everyone, My name is Aziz Zeria, I am a Director at Culturelinks Alliance UK
Culturelinks Alliance Ltd (CLA) is a small non-profit company. It has a long and distinguished track record of working in the arts as a vehicle for promoting international cultural exchange and community cohesion. It specialises in Audience Development, Cultural Diversity, Disability, Social Inclusion and Education, through work with Arts Council England, Local Government and a wide range of community, statutory, voluntary and youth groups at home and abroad.
The company has a team of people who bring together a range of skills including cultural competences, languages, international networks, project management and training skills not commonly found.
It makes regular contributions to arts, culture and globalisation conferences and debates. Its international links and networks in key creative industry agencies include South Asia, South Africa, Europe, Canada, Turkey and the USA.
Im the IEARN Country coordinator from Mali west africa, I notice that your organization has no link with africa south of sahara. we will be happy to collaborate with you because we also work in education field both with technologies and through art and cultural exchanges. We have partners schools all over Mali. Besides we sent exchanges students to US and receive students from US.
Mali is a wonderful country with a long history of culture and music. We would welcome opportunities to work in partnership. we should explore options.
Africa as a whole is of great interest to me. I have work in South Africa and Zambia is a neighbour.
So, dear Misheck, let us work to see how we can achieve this together.
Thank you for your quick reply Aziz,
It is great to know that you are ready for a partnership. We have to exchange about what is possible in short term and long term all depending on your interested field of partnership.
Dear Suokalo / Misheck,
Perhaps you could kindly send me an email via GEC so, that I can forward some information about my organisation and options.