#15: Developing Information Literacy and Technology Skills in Students

Joining the conversation will be Tom Driscoll is the Director of Educational Technology for the Bristol Warren Regional School District (RI) Rhode Island, Teresa Diaz is a middle school library media specialist and Google Certified Teacher (MTV12) from San Antonio, TX, Jenna Snow is a 7th and 8th grade science teacher at Zionsville Middle School in Zionsville, Indiana, and Alison Cicinelli is the director of state and federal grants, technology, and data specialist at Carrollton Public Schools.

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Our hosts: Lindsey Becker, Zach Cresswell, Kelsey Glynn, and Zak Zuzula, MAET students at Michigan State University.

#14: Digital Games, Online Teachers, and Aesthetics in Science Education

Joining the conversation will be Dr. Leigh Graves Wolf, co-director of the MAET program at Michigan State University, Brian Arnold, Liz Boltz, and Rohit Mehta, doctoral students in the Educational Psychology and Educational Psychology (EPET) program at MSU.

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Our host: Dr. Michelle Schira Hagerman, MAET Instructor and EPET Alumna.


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#13: Technology Integration to Support Learning in Mathematics Classrooms

Joining the conversation will be Dr. Sam Otten, Assistant Professor of Math Education at the University of Missouri will join math teachers, and MAET alumni, Elizabeth Kupiecki and Ryan Brown.
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Our hosts are Rohit Mehta, Doctoral Student in Educational Psychology and Educational Technology (EPET) and Dr. Michelle Schira Hagerman, MAET Instructor and EPET Alumna.


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#12: EdCamp with Team MAET

Joing the conversation will be Dr. Leigh Graves Wolf, Dr. Danah Henriksen, Sandra Sawaya and Joshua Rosenberg — all of whom have supported MAET students through their work as teachers and researchers in our custom essays writing program.
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Our hosts are Rohit Mehta, Doctoral Student in Educational Psychology and Educational Technology (EPET) and Dr. Michelle Schira Hagerman, MAET Instructor and EPET Alumna.


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#11: Shop Talk with K-12 Tech Integration Specialists

Our guests: Candace Marcotte, Instructional Technology Facilitator at Springman Middle School in Glenview, Illinois; Chris Fahnoe, Director of Technology and Assessment for Arlington Heights School District 25 in Arlington Heights, Illinois; Sean Nash, District Instructional Coordinator in the North Kansas City School District in Missouri; and Ben Rimes, K-12 Instructional Technology Coordinator for Mattawan Consolidated School in Mattawan, MI.
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Our hosts are Dr. Michelle Schira Hagerman, MAET Instructor and Educational Psychology and Educational Technology (EPET) Alumna and Rohit Mehta, EPET Doctoral Student.


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#10: Integrating Tech to Support Social Studies Instruction in K-12

Our guests: Kyle Shack, Social Studies teacher and Digital Learning Coach at Allegan Alternative High School in Allegan, MI, will join Jeff Gerlach, middle-school Social Studies teacher turned instructional designer at Michigan Virtual University, and Pilar Quezzaire, art historian, social studies teacher, and curriclum manager at the International Baccalaureate (IB) in The Hague, to explore answers to pressing questions in social studies education.
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Our hosts are Dr. Michelle Schira Hagerman, MAET Instructor and Educational Psychology and Educational Technology (EPET) Alumna and Rohit Mehta, EPET Doctoral Student.


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#9: MAET Women Talk Global Trends in Ed Tech

We are back! Our guests: Laura Philips, Head of Physical Education at Seoul Foreign British School, South Korea; Sean Sweeney, Director of Technology Integration at Colégio Franklin Delano Roosevelt: The American School of Lima, Peru; Mary Worrell, English Language and Literature teacher at The International School of Breda, and supports technology integration as a member of the school’s technology integration team, The Netherlands; and Gitane Reveilleau, an English as an Additional Language teacher and currently serves elementary students and teachers at the American Embassy School of New Delhi as a technology coach, India.
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Our hosts are Dr. Michelle Schira Hagerman, MAET Instructor and Educational Psychology and Educational Technology (EPET) Alumna and Rohit Mehta, EPET Doctoral Student.


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#8: Developing Information Literacy and Technology Skills in Students

Joining Master’s in Educational Technology students, Karle Rewerts, Thomas Woodward, Kimberly Owens and Ryan Moore will be five Michigan teachers who offer both depth and breadth of perspective of this issue. Collette Sabins, Alicia Truitt, Jason Skeels, Jeff Gerlach and David Goodrich will bring their collective experiences as teachers, school administrators, ghostwriting agentur, school technology leaders and instructional designers to the conversation.
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#7: Technology to Assist Learning

Joining The Bridge will be Gordon Sasaki, MoMA Community & Access Educator; Yalonda Combs, Senior Teacher at Mason Public Schools; and Deborah Margolis, Library Liaison to Resource Center for Persons with Disabilities, Michigan State University.

Together with hosts Jason Allen, Ashley Chrumka, Emily Fitzpatrick, and Tracy Marshall (students in Michigan State University’s Masters in Educational Technology program), the conversation will focus on the basic components of Universal Design for Learning and using art and technology to support those principles. For details, click here.


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#6: Copyright in Education

Joining The Bridge will be Jeremy Whiting, President of the Michigan Interscholastic Press Association and secondary teacher at Ovid-Elsie High School; Adel DiOrio, Principal at St. Johns Middle School in Michigan; and Kyle Dunbar, Tech Integration Specialist at Alexandria City Public Schools.

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Together with hosts: Alexis Miller, middle school history teacher at Grosse Pointe Public Schools; Kate McCallum, secondary Journalism and English teacher at South Lyon Community Schools, and advisor for WSLH-TV, The Lions’ Roar newspaper, and Lyonlife.net; Lauren Villaluz, K-8 Spanish and Broadcasting and Media Production teacher, and Educational Technology Specialist at St. Lawrence Catholic School; and Renee Jorae, middle school technology teacher at St. Johns Public Schools. For details, click here.


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