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Secondary Technology and Learning Coach
Location (City or Town):
Yokohama, Japan
About Me or Reason for Joining the GEC:
I have been working overseas (in international schools) since 2000 - first in Munich, Germany, then in KL, Malaysia, then in Bangkok, Thailand, now in Yokohama, Japan. I'm always on the lookout for global projects for my students, so please drop me a line if you're interested!
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At 9:09pm on October 2, 2017, Lorraine said…

Would your music teacher be interested in joining a World Peace Song goup in facebook where we sing a song that was written for World Peace from around the globe with the songwriters? 

At 4:59pm on June 22, 2017, Sandy Blanc said…

Hi Kim,

     I am a Tech Coordinator in a New Hampshire, US, high school. I am currently taking a graduate course called "Global Educational Technology". I am looking for some insight to technology being used in education outside of the United States. Would you be willing to share some ed tech tool that you are using? 

At 12:20pm on December 18, 2015, Miomir Rajcevic said…

I would not like to bothering you but we are looking for possible partnership-cooperation. Our mission is to promote role of the Media, Peace and Information Literacy in the transition to sustainable ways of living and a global society founded on a shared ethical framework that includes respect and care for the community of life, new media pedagogy, ecological integrity, universal human rights, respect for diversity, economic justice, democracy, and a culture of peace. Thank you and all the best, Miomir

At 12:34am on April 11, 2010, Sohail Mahmood said…
hello kim
how are u doing?
nice meeting u here
At 7:35pm on November 25, 2009, Jenny Lee said…
Hi Kim, I was very interested to read that you have taught in international schools all over and how you are incorporating global education into curriculum right now!
At 11:46am on August 19, 2009, Brunilda Lúgaro Figueroa said…
Hello Kim:
Im in Puerto Rico right now and checking we have a 12 hours difference. As a Spanish teacher made a change and started studying to become a school librarian. Reading your blog was very interesting. My husband is a Civil engineer and helps me with my studies and dreams to make my students better citizens.
Im interested in doing something with your kids.
At 11:13am on November 18, 2008, Jonathan Oglesbee said…
Kim,

I believe you have done some work with Alecia Berman-Dry at St. John's Episcopal School. I used to work at St. John's but now am at The Key School in Annapolis, MD.

I teach an 8th Grade Global Studies class and am looking to form a partnership with middle school students somewhere in Asia/Oceania.

Would you be interested in pursuing this possiblity?

Yours,
Jonathan Oglesbee
At 12:10am on August 15, 2008, Rock Our World said…
Hi Kim!
We'd love to have your group of students participate in Rock Our World! Check out the website for the application for ROW9: Go Green! Our focus is on environmental issues, recycling, reducing and reusing! If you have any questions, email me at rockourworld@mac.com!
Carol Anne
At 10:39pm on May 1, 2007, Valerie Becker said…
Hi Kim - I lived in Thailand for two years a long, long time ago (1982-84). I taught in a refuge camp in Northern Thailand. I would love to collaborate with you and your students. Great to meet you!
At 11:21pm on April 29, 2007, Kim Cofino said…
Hi Paviter,

Absolutely! Would love to collaborate! Your website is awesome too!
 
 
 

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