Who we are!

Name
School/Country
English or Social Studies
Grade Level
Blog
Twitter
What is your comfort level
Learner A Like to do things myself, solve problems; very comfortable not knowing
Learner B Like to work in teams, like mentorship and guidance; somewhat comfortable not knowing
Learner C Like to be shown what to do and how to do it; not comfortable knowing
Jabiz Raisdana
Sinarmas World Academy Jakarta
English
6-10
www.jabizraisdana.com
@intrepidteacher
Like to do things myself, solve problems very comfortable not knowing
Norman Schwagler
American Intl School Guangzhou
English
6
nschwagler@aisgz.org

I'm an A-c, depending on amount of caffeine intake.
Rich Werner
American Int'l School Guangzhou
HS English
11-12
rwerner@aisgz.org

I've never tweeted.
Rebekah Madrid
Yokohama International School
MS/HS MYP Humanitites and TOK
7-12
http://rebekahmadrid.wordpress.com

http://blogs.yis.ac.jp/madridr
@ndbekah

Melanie Shurtz
International School of Kuantan
English and Social Studies
6-10
http://www.melbettyboop.blogspot.com

b
Lynn Bilbrey
Korea International School
English
6-8

@lynnbilbrey
I'm like Norm...A-C
Loren Digges
Shanghai American
Humanities
8


B
Danielle Richert
Saigon South International School
Humanities
8

@dlrichert
B
Beata Mirecka-Jakubowska
Jakarta International School
HS English
9-12


A to C depending on what I'm learning and for what purpose
Jacob Steward
Xiamen International School
English
7-12

I have yet to Tweet
A, when possible.
Daniel Johnson
Western Academy of Beijing
English
9-12

I've tried it, not quite there yet...
I'd say I'm usually an A, in that I tend to try to learn my tech stuff on my own. The problem with this: when I get stuck, I tend to drop it altogether.
Phillip Sanchez Un
United Nations International School

6-12
psanchez@unishanoi.org
Wikis yes, tweeting blogging not yet
I am primarily a B, mostly because I tend to land classes and teaching contexts that stretch me in new ways. In my EAL/ESL capacity, however, I have needed to be more of an A in many cases.
Robert Appino
Saigon South International School
Hum
6-8
rappino.com
@rappin01
I'm am comfortable and am happy to assist others. I am ABC depending on the task/day/etc.
Brian Mulcahy
Chinese International School, Hong Kong
English
9-12

@bonsaicacti
B.
Victoria Lee
Dulwich College, Beijing
English
GB 7-12


C
Laura Sanders
International School Bangkok
Hum 6
6



Adam Morris
Suzhou Singapore International School
English
Middle School

@brainysmurf
A
Andrea Thompson
International School Manila

10-12 English, IB
My Blog: http://thompsona.ism-online.org/
Rob Smailes
Canadian Academy
Kobe, Japan
Humanities
8
Torie Leinbach
Ruamrudee International School (BKK)
LA & SS
8
www.cognitioncompass.blogspot.com
*beginner
@teachertorie
*beginner
I'm am also comfortable working alone or with others. I am A, B, or C depending on the task/day/time/etc.


Trevor Kew
Yokohama International School
English IB/IGCSE/MYP
8-12
http://blogs.yis.ac.jp/kewt/ (school)

http://www.trevorkew.wordpress.com/ (my novels)
@trevorkew
Prefer to generally work alone and then seek help if needed.


Laura Loran
American International School of Guangzhou
7th Grade English & Drama
7th Grade
lloran@aisgz.org

I'm a B/C type worker and at the moment feel like a false beehive--am buzzing, but producing NO HONEY!


Julie Greenall YCIS English 10-12 julieg@sh.ycef.com juliegreenall