About

My name is Sue Waters and you may also know me as the editor of The Edublogger or the Support Manager for Edublogs and CampusPress.

Who Am I?

Image of australiaI’m Australian based in Perth and are married with two kids.  My passion is the using technology to enhance student learning.

My passion for technology lead to my transition from aquaculture lecturer, to facilitating elearning professional to working as the Support Manager for Edublogs and CampusPress.

My support manager role involves working with educators from all educational sectors spread throughout the World.  My work enables me to assist educators integrate technology to enhance student learning in ways that weren’t possible in my previous work role.

While I spend lots of time helping and mentoring others — I do make time for for my personal and family life. My favorite ways of relaxing are spent exploring my City with my family and friends.  You’ll find more information on my Out and About page.

Waiting for the start of the HBF Run for a Reason
Waiting for the start of the HBF Run for a Reason

As a blogger I stands for — practical application of technologies in education, and most importantly HELPING OTHERS learn how to use these technologies.

Enjoy walk along ocean in rain
Enjoying walk along ocean in rain

About My Work

This is my personal blog where I share random thoughts and passions.

You’ll find most of my work on The Edublogger , Edublogs Teacher Challenge and I write support documentation for Edublogs Help and CampusPress.

59 thoughts on “About

  1. hi sue
    i’m originally from freo – go dockers.
    why did you choose ‘podomatic’ to host your podcast? did you consider any others?
    cheers
    brette lockyer

    brette lockyer

  2. Hi Brette
    As you can see I work in Freo and my College is big into the Freo Dockers. Went with Podomatic because I liked the way I could have all my episodes on the one page and also many other educators were also using it.

    Sue

    dswaters

  3. […] money, that does give me a bit of time to catch up. However, the challenge has got more serious! Sue and Frances are offering chocolate to both the best improved blog over 31 days, and to the best […]

    [WORDPRESS HASHCASH] The comment’s server IP (93.93.129.71) doesn’t match the comment’s URL host IP () and so is spam.

    Tim’s Blog » Blog Archive » 31 days - The challenge continues

  4. that sounds great i would love to see a picture of your ugg boots!

    kristinae09

  5. […] 19, 2008 A Twitter love song Posted by darcymoore under Digital life, Twitter, Web 2.0   Sue Waters mentioned a ‘Twitter Love Song’ in her comment about my Twitter […]

    [WORDPRESS HASHCASH] The comment’s server IP (72.232.131.8) doesn’t match the comment’s URL host IP (76.74.254.123) and so is spam.

    A Twitter love song « Darcy’s Blog

  6. Hi,

    I am Martin, I am a webmaster by profession just like you.I came across your
    site http://aquaculturepda.edublogs.org while looking for some material for my site. I must say,
    you have done exemplary work on your site. I would like to make you a business offer.
    I am principally interested in buying a number of text-links on your site.
    Let me know if you would like to hear more of this.

    Warm regards,

    Martin

    Martin

  7. Hi Sue Waters,

    Special Greetings to you.

    I am Gowda (Gowdara Pandu, you may get to know more from Gowdara Pandu, LinkedIn.com), presently working as Director, Human Resources – India.

    I appreciate your keen interest to add value to eLearning, combination of Technology + Learning process.

    Your articles and notes are guiding for my PH.D ( Synchronous eLearning)

    Thanks. We will keep in touch.

    Warm regards.

    Gowdara Pandu.

    G talk IM : mytalent
    Gmail : mytalent@gmail.com

    Gowdara Pandu

  8. Thank You, Thank You, Thank You for the August notification of the ‘godaddy’ web hosting possibilities. In March of this year my school district no longer allowed me and other ‘edublog teachers’ access to our edublog sites! With godaddy I can now circumvent the firewall at school. Although the interface isn’t perfect, all the content is available.
    In response to the March firewall episode, my (3rd graders-8 year olds) students wrote impassioned letters to the board of education and the director of the tech. dept. inviting them to come our classroom for a panel discussion regarding the recent ‘firewalling’. Each student crafted questions they wanted answered. Our letters were ignored and all subsequent efforts to request lifting of the firewall, including the enumerating of approx. 23 California state standards for students being met through accessing the blogs, not to mention the tech. standards for the teaching profession that were being addressed was also ignored. As a follow-up, we (my students & I) had our meeting with parents (without any district representation) & I taught the everyone how to utilize the district provided web-based (fairly dry and unimaginative) message-board product. Well, I suspect you’ve heard similar stories! I wanted you & the edublog team to know how valuable your product is to the students of room 14.

    Christine Lunney Jaffe

    1. @Christine Lunney Jaffe, yes Christine I have had similar type of stories and it is really hard to hear for everyone involved.

      Please let me know if there is any way I can help you. I do know of an educator that was able to change her school’s views by getting educators around the World to explain the importance of an open blogging approach.

      And off course please that the students from Room14 love their blogging.

      Sue Waters

  9. lv provides you the best and cheapest LV bag. All the products at

    http://www.maccosmeticsretail.com are 100% high quality, competitive price, free shipping with best and timely service, 100%

    satisfaction. Big discount for big order. Welcome to make your choose.

    lv

  10. Hi Sue, I find your blogs and setup highly inspiring and driving me forward to want to do more. Perth looks great too, we’ll get there one day!

    karen @ business idea

  11. […] Sue Waters, professora na Edublogs, mantém, há alguns anos, um blog – The Edublogger –   especializado no apoio à aprendizagem da utilização das ferramentas designadas “web 2.0″, que , desde que sejam observadas regras essenciais de segurança online, foram concebidas para oferecer – e oferecem –  um enorme potencial educativo. […]

    Tradução de um Glossário de Termos Técnicos Online | e-traduções

  12. Your blog site is excellent. Say thanks to you truly for providing plenty of both useful and interesting advise. I will bookmark bookmark your website and will be absolutely coming back. Again, I truly appreciate all your work furthermore providing plenty of worthwhile info for the audience.louis vuitton papillon

    louis vuitton tresor wallet

  13. Hi Ms. Sue,

    I am inspired by how you have evolved in the filed of teaching. I too am a skills teacher. I wonder if it would be possible for some skills to be taught purely online. I understand theories and background information can but the actual practice may seem difficult and how to asses. Would video demonstration be applicable? as well as a return demo in performing skills be enough?

    Tobby

  14. This post is great! I like this post I like writing comments, especially after read post like this ,it is educational, my blog looks better than before, great thanks for this style. It is useful. How do I subscribe to your blog?

    ugg pas cher

  15. Love your blogs and all your input….please visit my page and let me know your thoughts…it’s mainly geared towards my students…am thinking about starting another blog just for professional development/teacher resources etc.
    Thanks for sharing all your great ideas!

    Lauren Thomas

  16. I think the issue is a little meaning, no matter how end? I agree to write the male character, view; and I think a lot of people can’t accept the results. Switch all things difficult! Continue to come on!

    Coach Factory Oultet

  17. […] specific educational focus and the fantasic ideas and tutorials provided by The Edublogger (Sue Waters). I like WordPress because it is not just a blog, it’s a web creation and publishing tool. […]

    Blogging on… | eThoughts

  18. […] specific educational focus and the fantasic ideas and tutorials provided by The Edublogger (Sue Waters). I like WordPress because it is not just a blog, it’s a web creation and publishing tool. […]

    Blogging on | eThoughts

Comments are closed.