Professions of a Silicon Valley Double-E
Wednesday, October 17, 2007
  Using Open Source & Web 2.0 to Open young minds
Steve Hargadon (Granite Bay, CA) is an educator educational technology consultant working to integrate computers into his classroom.. but NOT just computers, also Open Source Software, and the Participatory experience of Web2.0.

If you are interested in K-12 education, and infecting our kids with enthusiasm for engineering (or science, technology or math) you should be following his blog.. and check out the School2.0 wiki initiative too.

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Thanks for the nice plug... :)

I'm not actually a teacher, but an educational technology consultant with a passion for Free and Open Source Software, Web 2.0, and computers in general.

Some good links: My blog Blog on OSS in K-12 OS in K-12 Wiki Web 2.0 in education social network (over 3400 members). Using Ning social networks in education.

Take care,

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