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Hi Hong Kong workshop participants, and welcome to our professional learning community! We are excited to be your facilitators for the first ever Role of  ICT (information and communication technology) in the PYP workshop to be offered in the Asia-Pacific region


Workshop photos


Commonly-used wiki pages:


Workshop Agenda

Essential Agreements

Wonder Wall




Folders of commonly-used wiki pages



Uploaded Resources




See the following directions below to learn about how to edit pages in this wiki, upload and post documents and other items on pages, and more! Let us know if you have any questions about the wiki or about the workshop.





Kassandra, Sheldon and Paul



Comments (Show all 60)

Kassandra Boyd said

at 1:07 pm on Sep 7, 2010

Hi Nina, David, Andy and James - it's great to see some classroom practitioners in the workshop. I look forward to learning more about how you integrate technology in your classrooms.

lindseypierce@ispp.edu.kh said

at 7:07 pm on Sep 7, 2010

My name is Lindsey Pierce and I am the Elementary IT teacher at the International School of Phnom Penh. I am looking forward to a great workshop!

Ben Grundy said

at 10:06 pm on Sep 7, 2010

Hi everyone. I'm Ben Grundy. I am currently a grade 4 teacher at the Canadian International School, Singapore. Looking forward to meeting you all.

PS: if you're on Twitter you can connect with me @bgrundy

Maru Busico-Flight said

at 10:36 pm on Sep 7, 2010

Hello everyone!
I am Maru (short from Maria ;-). I am from Argentina, but I am currently working at Westlake Academy in Texas, USA as the Technology Coordinator. I ma very excited about attending this workshop and meeting you all! :-)
Have a great week!

Saurabh Kashalkar said

at 11:20 pm on Sep 7, 2010

hello everyone
i am Saurabh Kashalkar from india working with NSS Hill Spring International school
I am working here as the IT coordinator for PYP and IGCSE sections.
hoping to cu soon

Febby Nikmah said

at 8:34 am on Sep 8, 2010

Hi everyone!
I'm Febi from A lJabr Islamic School in Jakarta, Indonesia. I am a grade 4 teacher. I am very excited to have a great workshop with you all.

lesley@kis.ac.th said

at 1:19 pm on Sep 8, 2010

Hello Everyone,
I am Lesley, I teach ICT for PYP at KIS International School Bangkok

Julia B said

at 9:32 pm on Sep 8, 2010

Hi Kassanra,
My main area is in the primary school (Prep - Year 6), but I do work across campus when necessary in an advisory capacity. We have two libraries but I am the only Teacher Librarian. I have worked in the Senior and Middle Schools at SALC. Currently, I am on cross campus committees that allow me to have a global input in both TL and ICT and this allows me keep the communication channels open.

Perez Amalemba said

at 5:43 pm on Sep 9, 2010

Hi Everyone,
My name is Perez Amalemba. I teach ICT at The Aga Khan Junior Academy, Nairobi - Kenya. Really looking forward to the workshop!

sbradshaw said

at 8:56 pm on Sep 12, 2010

Hi Perez! WOW - you've got a long flight ahead of you! Looking forward to meeting you in HK!

sdoak@aisgz.org said

at 10:30 pm on Sep 9, 2010

Hi all,
My name is Shannon Doak. I am the ICT Facilitator at the American International School of Guangzhou located in Southern China. I am looking forward to this conference. If your LinkedIn here is my profile page http://cn.linkedin.com/pub/shannon-doak/b/60b/423 Let's connect!

sbradshaw said

at 6:47 am on Sep 14, 2010

Hi Shannon! Thanks for the link - it's nice to see other parts of people's digital lives!

Well, that was true until I saw that you went to the University of Hawaii..... now I'm just plain jealous! :)

sbradshaw said

at 9:04 pm on Sep 12, 2010

Andy! Nice to see that you're in the workshop! Look forward to seeing you in HK!

sbradshaw said

at 9:06 pm on Sep 12, 2010

Congratulations on your end of term!

Melbourne is one of my favourite cities! It must be fabulous to live there! I look forward to meeting you in HK!

Oh... and you're right about the dim sum... fantastic! :)

olwenm@vislao.com said

at 10:27 pm on Sep 12, 2010

I'm Olwen Millgate. I am the Primary Technology Integration Co ordinator and I teach Grade One at Vientiane International School, Laos PDR. I am really looking forward to the workshop, meeting lots of people and to being inspired!

Paul Schkade said

at 9:02 pm on Sep 18, 2010

Hi Olwen. I am looking forward to being inspired as well and to meeting you. Make sure to bring examples of how you integrate technology in a grade one classroom. I have much interest in how technology can enhance learning at the early grades.

Bonifatius D. Pandojo said

at 11:09 pm on Sep 12, 2010

Hi everyone,
I am Boni. I teach ICT for grade 1-5 (PYP) and Technology for grade 6 (MYP) at BINUS INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL Simprug, Jakarta, Indonesia. I am really looking forward to the great workshop in Hongkong and meeting you all.

Paul Schkade said

at 9:04 pm on Sep 18, 2010

Hi Boni. Some teachers at my school participated in online collaboration with early childhood classrooms at your school last year. I look forward to visiting with you about how we can extend this collaboration to other grades using ePals.

Maria Elena Jamandra said

at 2:02 am on Sep 14, 2010

Hi everyone. I am Maria Elena Jamandra of Binus International School Simprug in Jakarta, Indonesia. I've been in BISS for four years. I am a lead teacher in Grade 4. We aim to understand how ICT can be used a strong tool for inquiry in the classroom. I am looking forward to learning more about ICT in the PYP. I feel excited to meet you all. =)

Paul Schkade said

at 9:05 pm on Sep 18, 2010

Hi Maria Elena. I look forward to meeting you as well. I used to teach grade 4 and have to say it was my favorite grade level to teach. There is so much that can be done with technology integration by that time, so I look forward to sharing with you what our 4th grade students are doing.

Maria Elena Jamandra said

at 10:11 am on Sep 24, 2010

Thanks. =)

Hannah Jane said

at 10:38 am on Sep 14, 2010

I'm Hannah. I teach grade 4 at ISHCMC (same school as James Pinkard - above). Worked as an Elementary ICT Liasion teacher for 4 years at two different schools, but I am very glad to be back in the classroom! I have a tiny time-release role as the Elementary IT Coordinator at ISHCMC.

Paul Schkade said

at 9:07 pm on Sep 18, 2010

Hi Hannah. There is nothing like having your own group of kids throughout the day is there? it is a great opportunity to form a strong learning community. I look forward to hearing about how you balance your classroom and IT coordination roles.

achmadsafarie@gmail.com said

at 7:00 am on Sep 15, 2010

Hi All,
My name is Achmad Safarie, just call me Arie. I'm Senior Assistant Head of School at Al Jabr Islamic School, Jakarta - Indonesia. I'm looking forward for this workshop: to get bunch of things to be implemented in our school and to meet everyone! *feel excited*

Paul Schkade said

at 9:08 pm on Sep 18, 2010

Hi Arie. We look forward to meeting you as well and to being inspired by the ideas you and everyone else brings with them to the workshop.

mbuske@mercedes.adl.catholic.edu.au said

at 8:28 am on Sep 15, 2010

Hello everyone,

My name is Melissa Buske. I teach a Year 5 class at Mercedes College. I am also the Key Literacy Teacher for Years 3-5 and the Junior School ICT Coordinator. I am looking forward to attending this workshop with Emma. We are looking forward to visiting HK!!

Paul Schkade said

at 9:10 pm on Sep 18, 2010

Hi Melissa. I am interested to learn how you balance multiple roles at your school (you sound like me!) and how you integrate technology in support of literacy development. I think there is so much that can be done in that area using technology.

emcinerney@mercedes.adl.catholic.edu.au said

at 8:36 am on Sep 15, 2010

Hi everyone,
I'm Emma. I am a Year 2 teacher at Mercedes College, Adelaide. Melissa and I work together as Key Literacy Teachers in the Junior School. I am excited to be travelling to Hong Kong - I haven't been before - and looking forward to learning some new ways to integrate ICT into our PYP programme.

Paul Schkade said

at 9:11 pm on Sep 18, 2010

Hi Emma. I look forward to learning how you use technology in support of students' literacy development - that is an area that has a lot of potential, I think. I'll see you in Hong Kong!

joanne pearn said

at 11:38 am on Sep 20, 2010

Hi everyone, great to see a few familiar faces as is the way in PYP! I'm Joanne Pearn and am currently PYP Coordinator at the Australian International School Singapore - looking forward to the workshop and the opportunity to come up for air - just post 3 year evaluation visit and hosting regional workshops at AISS! As always, great to visit Honkers...

Paul Schkade said

at 1:05 pm on Sep 20, 2010

Hi Joanne. I look forward to meeting you in Hong Kong - never heard it called "Honkers" before - I like that. :)

James Harrison said

at 10:26 am on Sep 21, 2010

Hi Everyone! My name's James and I'm one of three Vice Principals working at Beacon Hill School in Kowloon Tong in Hong Kong. We are a member of the English Schools Foundation. I am the ICT Coordinator and am really looking forward to learning and sharing with you all at the workshop at the weekend. I hope everyone who is coming from overseas enjoys Honkers.

Joe Leithhead said

at 9:53 am on Sep 24, 2010

Hi, my name is Joe Leithhead and I am the ICT coordinator at Kowloon Junior School

sshepherd@... said

at 10:30 am on Sep 24, 2010

Hi, my name is Steve Shepherd and I teach at Qatar Academy in Doha, Qatar. I am a Technology Integration Facilitator (TIF) which involves me assisting both students and teachers with the integration of ICT in all subjects across the curriculum. I work with children from Pre-School 3 (3 year olds) to Grade 5.

dcubis@... said

at 1:22 pm on Sep 24, 2010

Hello, I'm Donna and I am the Primary ICT coordinator at Utahloy International School in Guangzhou, China. This is my second year working at Utahloy and my second year in a PYP school.

Kassandra Boyd said

at 3:05 pm on Sep 24, 2010

Ben Grundy said

at 8:56 am on Sep 25, 2010

A Learning Specialist in Technology job role from David Wees via Twitter http://davidwees.com/content/what-learning-specialist-technology

Ben Grundy said

at 9:54 am on Sep 26, 2010

Some awesome ICT information and documents covering heaps of areas here http://shambles.net/ICT/
Includes job descriptions, assessment tools, acceptable user policies, ... heaps!

olwenm@vislao.com said

at 6:48 pm on Sep 28, 2010

Hi to All
Many thanks for the workshop. It was great to meet lots of new people and I really appreciated the time and effort that was put into the workshop by everyone.

Hope life back at school for those who are back at school is not frantic.

Go the Saints!!! (Look out this week!)

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