Connected Educator Profile (Day 22) – Jenn Scheffer – Burlington, MA

Connected The United State Department of Education has declared the month of October Connected Educator Month. According to ConnectedEducators.org,  the website set up to support this event, the Mission of Connected Educator Month is to  promote educators learning and collaborating through online communities of practice and social networks.With this in mind I reached out to my Personal Learning Network (PLN) via Twitter, my favorite resource for connecting, and tweeted the following:

As is normally the case, my network came through! When I have a question on an educational topic or want some feedback for one of my crazy ideas, I have a network of amazing educators at my fingertips that never cease to amaze me. Being a “Connected Educator” is awesome!

Today’s Connected Educator Profile

Jenn Scheffer

Burlington, MA

Instructional Technology


Why do you choose to be a connected educator? 

Model for my students how to be responsible digital citizens & how to build a PLN. Being a connected educator helped me get my current position. 

Where can other educators connect with you online? 


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Connected Educator Profile (Day 21) – Rita Clawson – Ore City, Texas

The United State Department of Education has declared the month of October Connected The United State Department of Education has declared the month of October Connected Educator Month. According to ConnectedEducators.org,  the website set up to support this event, the Mission of Connected Educator Month is to  promote educators learning and collaborating through online communities of practice and social networks.With this in mind I reached out to my Personal Learning Network (PLN) via Twitter, my favorite resource for connecting, and tweeted the following:

As is normally the case, my network came through! When I have a question on an educational topic or want some feedback for one of my crazy ideas, I have a network of amazing educators at my fingertips that never cease to amaze me. Being a “Connected Educator” is awesome!

Today’s Connected Educator Profile

Rita Clawson

Ore City, Texas

Art Teacher

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Why do you choose to be a connected educator? 

As an art teacher, I believe it’s important to showcase my students art so not only they can review it, but also share it with their families. As a leadership teacher, I’m constantly getting new ideas from all over the internet. I also do that with art as well. Being connected to other teachers who teach the same subjects is very important to me. I learn more from my peers than just about any place else.

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Connected Educator Profile (Day 20) – Laura Botte, Burlington, VT

The United State Department of Education has declared the month of October Connected The United State Department of Education has declared the month of October Connected Educator Month. According to ConnectedEducators.org,  the website set up to support this event, the Mission of Connected Educator Month is to  promote educators learning and collaborating through online communities of practice and social networks.With this in mind I reached out to my Personal Learning Network (PLN) via Twitter, my favorite resource for connecting, and tweeted the following:

As is normally the case, my network came through! When I have a question on an educational topic or want some feedback for one of my crazy ideas, I have a network of amazing educators at my fingertips that never cease to amaze me. Being a “Connected Educator” is awesome!

Today’s Connected Educator Profile

Laura Botte, Burlington, Vermont

 6th Grade Teacher

 

Why do you choose to be a connected educator?

PLN’s help me grow and create new for my students. I am inspired by what teachers can and will share.

Where can other educators connect with you online? 
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Connected Educator Profile (Day 19) – Merri Beth Kudrna – Wood Dale, Illinois

The United State Department of Education has declared the month of October Connected The United State Department of Education has declared the month of October Connected Educator Month. According to ConnectedEducators.org,  the website set up to support this event, the Mission of Connected Educator Month is to  promote educators learning and collaborating through online communities of practice and social networks.With this in mind I reached out to my Personal Learning Network (PLN) via Twitter, my favorite resource for connecting, and tweeted the following:

As is normally the case, my network came through! When I have a question on an educational topic or want some feedback for one of my crazy ideas, I have a network of amazing educators at my fingertips that never cease to amaze me. Being a “Connected Educator” is awesome!

Today’s Connected Educator Profile

Merri Beth Kudrna, Wood Dale, Illinois

Curriculum Director

Why do you choose to be a connected educator?

I am a connected educator because I can obtain ideas from the best educators from around the world. They help me to learn, grow, and provide me with the best information out there to help our students.

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Connected Educator Profile (Day 18) – Timothy Charleston – Greenbook, NJ

 The United State Department of Education has declared the month of October Connected The United State Department of Education has declared the month of October Connected Educator Month. According to ConnectedEducators.org,  the website set up to support this event, the Mission of Connected Educator Month is to  promote educators learning and collaborating through online communities of practice and social networks.With this in mind I reached out to my Personal Learning Network (PLN) via Twitter, my favorite resource for connecting, and tweeted the following:

As is normally the case, my network came through! When I have a question on an educational topic or want some feedback for one of my crazy ideas, I have a network of amazing educators at my fingertips that never cease to amaze me. Being a “Connected Educator” is awesome!

Today’s Connected Educator Profile

Timothy Charleston, Greenbook, New Jeresy

IT Coordinator

Why do you choose to be a connected educator?

Because I care deeply about the future of education

Where can other educators connect with you online? 

Connect with Timothy on Google+ 

Follow Timothy’s Blog 

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Connected Educator Profile (Day 17) – Lee Graham – Juneau, Alaska

The United State Department of Education has declared the month of October Connected The United State Department of Education has declared the month of October Connected Educator Month. According to ConnectedEducators.org,  the website set up to support this event, the Mission of Connected Educator Month is to  promote educators learning and collaborating through online communities of practice and social networks.With this in mind I reached out to my Personal Learning Network (PLN) via Twitter, my favorite resource for connecting, and tweeted the following:

As is normally the case, my network came through! When I have a question on an educational topic or want some feedback for one of my crazy ideas, I have a network of amazing educators at my fingertips that never cease to amaze me. Being a “Connected Educator” is awesome!

Today’s Connected Educator Profile

Lee Graham, Juneau, Alaska

Professor of Educational Technology



Why do you choose to be a connected educator?

To get ideas – to share ideas – and to help my students connect beyond their isolated locations.

Where can other educators connect with you online? 

Connect with Lee on Google+ 

Connect with Lee on LinkedIn 

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Connected Educator Profile (Day 16) – Jen Roberts -San Diego, CA

The United State Department of Education has declared the month of October Connected The United State Department of Education has declared the month of October Connected Educator Month. According to ConnectedEducators.org,  the website set up to support this event, the Mission of Connected Educator Month is to  promote educators learning and collaborating through online communities of practice and social networks.With this in mind I reached out to my Personal Learning Network (PLN) via Twitter, my favorite resource for connecting, and tweeted the following:

As is normally the case, my network came through! When I have a question on an educational topic or want some feedback for one of my crazy ideas, I have a network of amazing educators at my fingertips that never cease to amaze me. Being a “Connected Educator” is awesome!

Today’s Connected Educator Profile

Jen Roberts, San Diego, CA

High School English


Why do you choose to be a connected educator?

I love being connected to the hive mind of great educators. Together we are all stronger.

Where can other educators connect with you online? 

Connect with Jen on Google+ 

Check Out Jen’s Visual CV 


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