I’d like to welcome Karen Montgomery, one of the most innovative and enthusiastic educators I know, to the author’s chair here on Moving at the Speed of Creativity! The “Thinking Machine wiki” is Karen’s creation, and includes a multitude of resources, links and ideas for effectively integrating technology into the curriculum for PK-20 educators. Karen regularly blogs on the Gomeric Hill Blog, is klmontgomery on del.icio.us and twitter, is the creator and primary facilitator of the Web 2.0 4 Teachers Ning Network, and is one of my co-conspirators on the somewhat regular (but not in a few weeks) Technology Shopping Cart Podcast.

Welcome Karen!

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