Hello and welcome
My name is Tomaz Lasic, the author of “Human”. If you wonder about the name of this site…well, none of this has meaning or value unless it is used and interpreted by fellow humans. I was actually very surprised when the blog name was still available!
I am a teacher and ICT coordinator at Belmont City College, a medium-size public school in Perth, Western Australia. I have a Masters Degree in Education and about twenty years experience of working with people, young and old(er), elite and beginners, as a coach, mentor and teacher. I have taught for nine years at various schools in WA. Currently, I coordinate efforts at our school to use ICT for greater motivation and engagement of staff and students.
My creed is “what if?” and I often tinker with ICT, particularly with Moodle and Web2.0 tools. My other passion of 30 years is water polo.
“Human” is here mainly to provide easy access to tutorials on Moodle and other ICT related topics for the members of our school community. If anyone out there finds “Human” useful – please feel free to use it, share it and support it. You can also follow me on Twitter @lasic
The blog contains a personal musing or two about technology and its impacts on the way we teach, but I am wary of adding to the glut of hype.
I am always open to employment offers from anywhere in the world – more stories to tell grandchildren one day!
Please feel free to leave a comment. Unless volunteered, please do not ask for any personal information, thank you.
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