Sunday, September 7, 2014

Jim Detwiler

Jim Detwiler

Jim Detwiler, USA, Primary, Secondary, Pre-K12, Education

Jim is the Assistant Superintendent for Learning Support Services in the Boone County Schools, Kentucky, USA. He is a former elementary school principal and music teacher, and frequent Magic Bean Buyer. Jim promotes developing students' 21st century skills through engaging project based learning and innovative teaching & learning. He is often heard telling students, "Go Make Stuff!"

He is pursuing an EdD with interests in parent engagement and effective teacher dispositions. Jim is most happy when he is with his beautiful wife and two children lost in Orte, Italy. He is a 2014 Bammy Award Nominee and a 2014 Kentucky PTA Outstanding Educator. Jim is the Co-host of "Coloring Outside the Lines" on the BAM Radio Network PULSE and a member of the moderator team for #PTchat Wednesday nights at 9 pm EST on Twitter.

Two fun facts about Jim: He walked a tightrope in his HIGH SCHOOL production of "Barnum", and he enjoyed 15 minutes of Andy Warhol fame when he and friend Chad made the video "Snowhemian Rhapsody" Nutty School Closing on YouTube.

Contact Jim on Twitter @JimDetwiler1 and on Voxer at jdetwi691.

This Is Where MY Sidewalk Ends...
Views of a magic-bean-buying school leader and dreamer.

Theme: k-12, lead learner, parent engagment, principal, school, ed leader, #edchat, #ptchat, #satchat, innovation

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Sunday, August 31, 2014

Deborah Aubin


Deborah Aubin

Deborah Aubin, USA, Primary, Special Education, Education, Literacy

Deb is a special education teacher and literacy specialist. Advocates for children. Loves animals, history, world cultures and the arts.

Education is Special
Education is special features special education issues with a side of literacy. Daily links will be featured for parents, educators, and children. Also There will be a daily book review. A suggested reading list is included for young adults, children, and educators.

Deb holds a master's degree in education. Deb is passionate about teaching special education students.

Theme: books, education, ADHD, autism, activities, book review, education, reading, writing

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Saturday, August 16, 2014

Angela Sato

Angela Sato

Angela Sato, Perú, Children, Teens, Adults, English

English teacher since 2010. Mother of one child. I look forward opennes, creativity and having fun!

Angela's English classes
The goal of my blog is to help my students outside the clasroom by providing extra practice, tips and extra information.

Theme: english, tips, learner tools

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Saturday, August 2, 2014

Rebecca Wylie

Rebecca Wylie

Rebecca Wylie, UK, Secondary, MFL

German and French Teacher. Lead Teacher for Talented, Able and Gifted education.

On Target Teaching
A blog to encourage more MFL teachers to teach in the Target Language, by documenting my own endeavours with a Year 7 class from day 1.

Staffroom Swap Shop
A cross-curricular swap and share website for good practice.

Theme: german, french, MFL, target language, teaching

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Friday, August 1, 2014

Meritxell

Meritxell

Meritxell, Spain, Infant, Primary, English

I'm an Infant and Primary English teacher and ... I love it!

Fun English Kids
Fun English Kids is a blog aimed at children who enjoy learning English. Here you'll find online games, songs, stories and some of our worksheets and workshops.

Theme: infant, primary, english, resources

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Friday, July 11, 2014

Meghan Zigmond

Meghan Zigmond

Meghan Zigmond, USA, Primary, Educational Technology

Meghan Zigmond teaches first grade, integrating technology to challenge student thinking, and create a globally connected classroom. She provides training to staff members and at technology conferences. She also shares about her experiences on her blog Zig Zagging.

Zig Zagging Through Education & Technology
Zig Zag through my journey to make student thinking visible, enhance creativity through technology and get connected! Learn with me as I explore the best apps and app-tivities for elementary classrooms.

Theme: apps, app smashing, iPads, GAFE, visible thinking, literacy, collaboration, tutorials

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Saturday, June 28, 2014

Kasey Bell



Kasey Bell, USA, K-12, Educational Technology

Kasey Bell is an instructional technology consultant with a Master’s degree in Educational Technology, and more than ten years in the field of education. Kasey was the lead content developer for the Technology Applications online professional development courses created for all K-12 teachers across the state of Texas.

As a skillful facilitator and authorized Google Education Trainer, she has led a variety of instructional technology trainings for all levels of educators, including presentations at TCEA, Texas Google Summit, iPadpalooza and other conferences across the state. Kasey is also an EdCamp Awesome organizer, and proponent of the unconference--finding alternative ways to deliver professional development and differentiate for teachers.

As a blogger, Kasey uses her blog to create and curate resources for teachers. Kasey is passionate about using technology to increase student learning, and helping teachers facilitate the use of digital tools.

Shake Up Learning
This blog features fun ways to integrate technology into the classroom without it getting in the way of the learning process.

Theme: edtech, google, gafe, instructional technology, mobile learning, elearning

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Wednesday, May 21, 2014

Carmen María Sánchez Hidalgo

Carmen María Sánchez Hidalgo

Carmen María Sánchez Hidalgo, Spain, Secondary, English as a Second Language

Teacher of English as a Second Language in Seville, Spain.

Carmen Maria´s English Blog
I have created this blog for everybody who is interested in English and especially to help my students learn with easy and attractive methods.

Theme: culture, songs, current affairs, grammar, verb tenses, reinforcement activities, quiz, english is fun

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