Today I had the pleasure of visiting Fairview Elementary School in the West Shore School District. Jill Machemer and Anne Reardon allowed me to be a fly on the wall during an AWESOME lesson about PA Geography using unitedstreaming. Picture this… About twenty fourth grade students working in pairs. Each pair had an iBook and
I have been teaching fourth grade at Leola Elementary School for the past six years. The saying is true, time really does fly when you are having fun! I am also the technology "go to girl" for half of my building. My colleague and fellow Keystone, Rick Jones, is the "go to guy" for the
I am a fourth grade teacher in the Central Cambria School District (Ebensburg,PA) and a member of the district technology committee. I was also involved in aligning the district’s curriculum to the PA Standards in Math, Reading, Environment/Ecology and Science/Technology. This school year I have acquired 25 handhelds. We are eager to use them to
I teach English 11 and Honors English 11 at Salisbury High School in the Salisbury Township School District. I team teach Honors English with Jennifer Brinson, Advance Placement United States History teacher and Advisor of Student Government. This year we are piloting an Integrated Project, a year-long, interdisciplinary, technology-driven project infused with unitedstreaming clips that
I am a Technology Integration Specialist at Carbon Lehigh IU 21 in Schnecksville. I started here almost 8 years ago and my title was IMS Instructor, my role has really evolved over the years to where I am now doing true technology integration with classroom teachers. It has been a wonderful experience, and fun too!
Discovery Educator Network would like to learn more about how digital media is being used in inclusion classrooms. If you or any teachers that you know are interested in sharing your experiences in using unitedstreaming or other digital media in an inclusion environment, please reply to this post or send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.