Here at we’ve been experimenting with ways in which you can get in touch and ask your questions. We’ve got our contact form (which you’re still very welcome to use) and, for a short time, we also had our live chat applet running.  The problem with both of these methods was that the information we were sharing was only reaching one audience and only during one time zone.  As a result, we’ve decided to add forums to the site where you can ask questions, get your answers!

Being Teacher Technologies we’re here to answer you  questions on a range of topic areas.   We know we’re great with IWBs – but we also know a thing or two about other edtech technologies.  So, going with the Web 2.0 principals coined by Johnson Jenkins of MIT,

"Nobody knows everything, everybody knows something
and what is known by any given member is known to
the group as a whole"
Teacher Technologies Forums, A large list of topics ready to go!

A large list of topics ready to go!

let’s answer our questions together and find new ways of solving old problems 🙂

You’ll see that there are plenty of forum topics to choose from.  Why not share an App in the iPad forum? Add to our growing collection of links for Augmented Reality or start sharing your thoughts on the more sober subjects of the National Professional Standards for the teachers or the Australian Curriculum’s treatment of ICT.  We can’t wait to hear your thoughts.

When you get to the forums, for the first time, you’ll need to register with us.  Don’t worry, your info will remain safe and secure (as outlined in our privacy policy).  We’re simply asking you to create an online identity so that we know who we’re talking to 🙂

Why not give it a go now? Who will be the first to voyage into the brand new forums?




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