Looking for partner for Course 2 assignment!

Today I finally finished listening to the April 3rd podcast, which talks about our final assignment for Course 2. We’re going to need a partner to read one another’s Acceptable Use Policy. Not sure if we should be paired up according to how similar or different our schools are, but I think that is up to us. I’ll give a brief overview so you can decide whether or not we’re a good match:

  • I’m a kindergarten teacher (have taught K, 1, 2 in the past)
  • I work at an international school in China
  • My school is PS-12
  • Our student body is just under 1000
  • For SY 12-13, we are as follows: PS-1 have 8 iPads per room, Grades 1-3 have 4 MacBooks in room, Grade 4 is 2:1 laptop, Grade 5-12 are 1:1 MacBook.
  • I’m open to working with any likeminded people. And I think most of you are!

    4 Responses to Looking for partner for Course 2 assignment!

    1. Hello,
      Have you found a partner yet?
      Our situations are similar.

      I teach 4th grade (have taught 5 and 6 in the past)
      I work at an international school in China (Hong Kong International School)
      My school is Reception 1 – 12
      Our student body is over 2000
      We are as follows: PS – grade 2- iPad Carts, Grades 3 and 4 is 2:1 laptop, Grade 5-12 are 1:1 MacBook.

      Let me know. It would be great to work with you.
      -Joe

    2. Hi Joe, that does sound like a very similar situation! Just wondering why I cannot see your COETAIL blog? Can you send me the link?

    3. Hi Elvina & Joseph. Would you be interested in a group of 3? I’m in Vietnam now but moving to Beijing next year. I’m a primary teacher librarian. I spend time at 2 campuses with about 1000 students and we have 1:1 netbooks in Y6. Let me know if you think a group of 3 would work. Have a great day.

      • Hi Rachella. Yep! I would love to work with you. I haven’t heard back from Joseph yet. I’ll send you a private message with my email address and other details.

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