Greetings from a houseboat in Paris. Even though I might not be able to stay the full hour on March 18, I’m really looking forward to a great course ahead. Thanks for opening this course up to everyone. Ciao for niao, Bob Mohl
Hi I’m Debby (Oakland, CA) – I just read the 139 posts before this. What a group! I participated in most of LCL1 and totally enjoyed the brain stretch, the possibilities, and the community. I admit I had trouble with Scratch but am here again to learn some more, connect some more and try Scratch again. I coach teachers and organize PD opportunities and if there’s one thing I’ve learned it’s – honoring the multitude of diverse learners is critically important, not always easy, but ultimately more rewarding. Looking forward to LCL2
Simultaneously exciting and intimidating
Hi my name is Minji, I am a Chinese living in Shanghai. I have business background in management consulting and venture capital incubation, based in Hong Kong and Singapore. When I was doing my MBA in Cambridge, I realised my passion in EdTech was so strong that I decided to pursue it as my career path. I would like to connect Chinese learners and integrate us better in the world of education. I have a blog about MOOC in China. I am also running a project MOOC Yearbook for fun, via which I interview MOOC learners around the world.
Hello there! I’m Samanta, currently living in Porto Alegre, Brazil.I’m a teacher, but most part of the time I’m just a very curious person who has lots of interests set in an everlasting range of diversity.
I absolutely love my job!
Hi everyone, My name is Mari Rosa. I’m a multi-lingual singer/songwriter and visual artist. I write and perform music, and also teach private voice and piano lessons to people aged 3 to 65.This April I’m releasing an album I made inspired by us. I’m creating, producing, and directing several stop motion videos, as well as traditional videos to enhance the experience of the music, and also bc. it’s fun!
Hi everyone. My name is Saule. I am from Astana, Kazakhstan. Right now I am working with UNDP Office in Kazakhstan and I am a part of Astana Toastmasters Club. Here I want to explore online learning and get to know people from different countries. Looking forward to courses.
Good evening or whatever time it might be for you! I’m Maia and I live in Denver. I cofounded and run an organization called MindSpark, and we run tinkering programs for ages 5-18! I participated in the first LCL, but hope to have more time than I did last time to engage. It’s very exciting to be part of this amazing community! I’m always looking to push creative boundaries, especially with technology.
I am Aruna Sankaranarayanan, but I’ve learnt from experience that it’s better to introduce myself just as Aruna. I work at a startup called Brainwave, a science magazine, where I am currently working on gamifying all the magzine content for a new online project.
I always happen to find education projects that I want to be involved in. I did some work with the Oracle Think project in high school, and happened to find this lovely book, Algorithms Unplugged in college that I loved! I think all of this has a little bit to do with me reading Toto-Chan when I was in 7th grade, and feeling more than a little affectionate about the book.