I've spent 30 years in IT in corporate America. I've grown up with the industry - using card unit-record equipment, IBM mainframes, Unix, PCs, etc. As the industry grew, requiring more specialization, I went less technical & more business: application programming, systems analysis, training, systems design, business analysis, etc.
I've spent the last 6 years doing free lance work for small businesses & non-profits. I'm always open to work on small projects.
In the last 2 years, I've added teaching middle-school kids (10-14 years). I'm looking for any tools that will hold the interest of the kids and will actually be educational. (the cheaper the better) I'm also considering moving to high school.
Any direction or words of wisdom would be appreciated.
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Where do you work Happy2Help?
Welcome aboard Celeste, good to have more people stateside.
Welcome aboard Celeste;)
Hey everybody!! Great site!
Hi, I work for a company called Perspective, we specialise in solutions for the 14-19 and work based learning market place.
Hi I'm Scott from the University of waterloo
Hi there, I'm DerekandClive (schizo), work as a techie for a local school, bound to be tuped over to RM next year. If not, I'll have to stay with the school and work as a techie/classroom assistant/bouncer/cleaner or school keeper. These are my options at the minute. Regards to all. D&K ;):):D:(:mad::p:o:confused:
Welcome, pull up a chair and relax, Jaffa Cakes are a plenty if your quick enough :troll:
Good to have you here!
Welcome aboard New guys :cool: