Jeanette Edelstein is an educator and content creator dedicated to making learning more engaging for students of all ages. She has been a classroom teacher, curriculum designer, and program developer. She was the founding teacher and the gifted and talented coordinator at Mapleton Expeditionary School of the Arts, and has developed educational content with trusted organizations like NASA, Johns Hopkins University, and even the Washington Capitals. Her curriculum projects include Hive Alive!, a collection of teaching resources about honey bees, Animal Planet Rescue, a disaster relief and educational vehicle that rescued over 1,000 animals, and CapsinSchool, an elementary curriculum based on the math and science of hockey.
Worst case scenario: You’re not totally comfortable with your classroom technology. You’re standing in front of an impatient, adolescent audience...
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