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Introducing myself and my journal: camelot

About Me:
I am a teacher in a private school.

My Passions:
empowering women

My Challenges:
i was born without hearing

My Vision for the Future:
a world without a continual arms race

My Areas of Expertise:
clandestine sexism


JMKELLAM's picture


Welcome to PulseWire. How did you find use?

What do you teach and for what grade? I'm excited to learn more about you.


LauraB's picture


So glad you have found PulseWire, a dynamic online community that will provide support, encouragement and a place to share ideas.

It would be great if you could post a photo or an image that best represents yourself- it connects us to you. I know sometimes it's a funny feeling posting a photo- you'll see lots of members post some cool image rather than a pic of themselves if that feels better.

A great way to plunge into getting to know members is post to your journal and comment on other journals. You can take a look at the many groups to join where you'll find good dialogue on issues important to you.

I also am a teacher- have taught elementary ed, literacy, and English at the college level.
I find teaching always interesting- no day is the same, each student has unique needs and students learn and see the light in so many different ways. What do you teach?

A warm welcome! We look forward to learning about you and hearing your voice.


Maria de Chirikof's picture

Hello there

I was waiting until you posted a new journal to show support for you but then you haven't yet so I would like to invite you to tell us about your work and ideas more. We may have gotten off on the wrong foot but that happens sometimes so I really hope you will explore and enjoy Pulsewire as it is a fantastic group of woman who do disagree on occasion but don't let that stop them from trying to understand each other and support each other.

There are so many things I would love to hear about, your school, what it was like growing up close to a reservation (we do not have them up here in Alaska), and changes you have seen over the years, both good and bad in the communications between the Indigenous Americans and others.

I hope you will share more with us and I do look forward to reading your journals,


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