My name is Jeremy Alger and I’m a high school teacher with over 10 years of experience teaching in Australia and the UK. I am currently studying a Masters in Interactive Multimedia -Specialising in eLearning, via the University of Technology Sydney (UTS).
This blog was created as a way for me to reflect and share my ideas about education and technology. I really hope that others can benefit from me sharing thoughts, research, resources, my successes and also my failures when implementing technology into my own lessons. I extend an invitation to readers to engage in conversation by leaving a comment. Social, constructive and even critical feedback is a valuable form of collaborative learning. At the same time this web site allows me to improve my digital media skills, which is essential in the field of education today. I think the best way to learn is often by doing, or by teaching others, so blogging is a win-win as I see it.
The term Edjudo comes from combining the two words education and the sport of judo. Judo is a metaphor for me throwing around ideas about technology and education on this website.
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The views expressed within this blog are my own and in no way represent the views of my employer.