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. Read more.
Our hosts are Dr. Michelle Schira Hagerman, MAET Instructor and Educational Psychology and Educational Technology (EPET) Alumna and Rohit Mehta, EPET Doctoral Student.
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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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.
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.
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.
Joining The Bridge will be Robyn Treyvaud, a founder of Cyber Safe Kids, Justin Hardman, former director of technology at Hong Kong International School and currently Director at 21CLHK, an educational technology company based in Hong Kong, and Dr. Craig Wilson, Head of School for University of Miami Global Academy and Associate Dean for the Division of Continuing and International Education.
Together with the MAET hosting team of Abby Kuhn, Jeff Pierce, Melissa Bouza, and Yalonda Combs, the conversation will focus on issues of pressing importance regarding digital equity and healthy use of educational technologies. For details, click here.
Our guests are Rehab Rajab, immediate past-president of TESOL Arabia and MAET alumna, Dr. Chin-Hsi Lin, Assistant Professor of Language Learning and Technology at Michigan State University, Jean-Pierre Heussaf, ESL Teacher at the American School of Paris and celebrated student affairs coordinator of the MAET Overseas program, Jamie Perry, Spanish Teacher, Chicago Public schools and MAET alumna, and Wheatley Davis, Graphite.org Certified Educator for Common Sense Media, Spanish Teacher, custom essays writing, MAET alumna and recently appointed content curator with the Graduate Certificate in Educational Technology program.
Our hosts, Spencer Greenhalgh (learner of French as a second language and former FSL teacher) and Rohit Mehta (learner of English as a Second Language) are doctoral students in Educational Psychology and Educational Technology at MSU. For details, click here.
This Bridge Webinar Series features a conversation among Arts educators who have been grappling with these questions in their own professional practice. Dr. Anne Heintz, a graduate of MSU’s Educational Psychology and Educational Technology program, MAET instructor, and author of several articles and books, including the newly released Inspiring Dialogue: Talking to Learn in the English Classroom (2013, Teachers’ College Press) will join two incredible MAET Alums, Jason Shulha and Blair Winters, in a conversation about visual and performing arts classrooms, technology and learning.
Invited guests include Brett Kopf, Co-Founder and CEO of Remind101, a mobile app that has revolutionized home-school communications for over 10 Million teachers, students and parents nationwide, Candace Marcotte, a Chicago-based Tech Integration Specialist, who is leading a 1:1 iPad pilot program in her district, and EPET Graduate Students, Sandra Sawaya and Josh Rosenberg, who study mobile learning and recently hosted a mobile learning day at MSU for more than 30 local teachers.
Our hosts are Dr. Michelle Schira Hagerman, MAET Instructor and Educational Psychology and Educational Technology (EPET) Alumnaand Rohit Mehta, EPET Doctoral Student
Our Guests include Colin Gallagher, MAET Online course instructor and MAET Alumnus, Dr. Mete Akcaoglu, Assistant Professor – West Virginia University and EPET Alumnus, and Spencer Greenhalgh, Educational Psychology and Educational Technology (EPET) Doctoral Student.