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Guest bloggers – Justin Medved and Dennis Harter

Wow. Greg Cruey sparked a lot of conversation and set a high bar for my guest

bloggers in 2008

. Nice work, Greg!

Stepping up to the plate next is a pair

of guest bloggers, Justin Medved and Dennis Harter. I asked them for short

blurbs about themselves. Here’s what they sent me:

Justin Medved is currently the PreK-5 technology and learning coordinator at

the International School of Bangkok. His roots began as a high school geography

and physical education teacher and he has held posts in Cairo and Toronto before

settling in Asia. He is passionate about the strategies, techniques, and

approaches used to engage learners in the 21st Century. You can read his

thoughts and ideas at MEDagogy or

NextGen Teachers.

Dennis Harter has been an international educator for 15 years, starting as a

math teacher before becoming a technology coordinator. He currently serves as

the Middle School and High School Technology and Learning Coordinator at the

International School of Bangkok. He shares his own thoughts on education,

technology, and learning at Thinking



I love the names of their blogs! I’m sure that Justin and Dennis (who’s a William & Mary alumnus like me and Sheryl Nussbaum-Beach) will

give us a lot of food for thought this week. If you’re interested in being a

guest blogger

, let me know!


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