My name is Ben Sheridan. I’m an educator. You can email me at mr.ben.sheridan(AT)gmail.com. You can also follow me on Twitter @b_sheridan.

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  1. Jason Graham says:

    Hey dude

    Nice site, like the info on AUP, thanks for sharing! The COETAIL sounds like a worthwhile course.



  2. Jasmine Dwyer says:

    Would love to subscribe to your blog but cannot locate subscribe button?

  3. Melanie says:

    Hey Benjamin!
    I’ve been looking into Pasir Ridge International School for a possible teaching position for the 2013/2014 school year. I’ve tried to contact the office and director, but the email isn’t going through. I’ll be attending the IRC in San Francisco in Feb. I was wondering how to got your position there? Can you recommend how I can get in touch with them before the conference? Any help would be greatly appreciated!! :)

  4. Debra says:

    Hello Ben!

    I am a kindergarten teacher at Nido de Aguilas, and international school in Santiago, Chile. I have been scanning the internet for information regarding e portfolios and you appeared! I have to admit, I am not very digital savvy, yet realize I must start leaning more in that direction…more of a renaissance gal! Anyway, I work with a team, 12 of us in all, and some carry ipads around all the time! :) I would love to connect more about how you use your digital “toys” within the classroom.


    • Hello Debra! Always nice to hear from another kinder teacher! If you have any further questions feel free to give me a shout. How is living in Santiago by the way? It’s on our list of places we might like to live. Best!

  5. Victor says:

    Hi Ben, I tried to reach you via Twitter but didn’t receive any response. Could you please email me at vboulangerkas.kh.edu.tw? I have a questions about projectors which stemmed from the EARCOS conference Learning 2.

  6. Hi Ben,
    I’m in the process of creating an online course for educators on behalf of Powerful Learning Practice. I was wondering if I could include an outside link, with full attribution to your blog post, Kindergarten Students in Indonesia and Japan Leverage Technology to Collaboratively Write Story? I would like to share it as an example of collaborating with Google Docs.

    Thank You,
    Jennifer Bloomingdale

    • Hello Jennifer,

      Thanks so much for your message. I’m glad to hear you found the post useful enough to want to share it. Yes, you may absolutely use with attribution. Thanks for asking and good luck building the course!


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