Phoenix, AZ


Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication

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tech coordinator, administrator, college or university professor, college or university staff, consultant



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Short bio or reason for joining Actionable Innovations Global:

I am interested in expanding my involvement in global education projects specifically in the area of multimedia journalism technologies.

Global education projects or initiatives in which you are involved (if applicable):

IREX/GCE Kyrgystan Worldwise/Peace Corp I2P Challenge Based Learning/apple distinguished educator

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  • Thanks.I live in Montevideo, Uruguay.But Im learning english in Open English, so I can  speak  and  write something  in english.

    I´d like to see talk with you again.

    Regards Sheina

  • Thanks a lot for your nice words. My  hope is to help imrove education in my country and I appreciate any assistance in this respect.

             Best regards

  • Thank you I want the participation
  • Hi David - thanks for the kind welcome. Myself and my colleagues at www.edicts.com welcome this opportunity to collaborate with other educators. You can find out more about what we do on our website. It's an interesting time in the UK - after a decade of investment in learning technologies, our current government seems to have missed the point, and 'ICT' is being buried under other initiatives. At the same time however, we are seeing many schools adopt smart devices for children, with amazing results in terms of rising standards and attainment. So the argument for more technology to support learning is still pertinent. I'm looking forward to finding out what colleagues around the globe are achieving.
  • David,

    Thanks for touching base. I look forward to collaborating in the community.


  • Hi Cornelius,

    thanks for your welcome message

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