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Pernille Ripp: Let Them Speak – Creating a Student Centered Classroom

Pernille Ripp is a 4th grade teacher in Middleton, Wisconsin, proud techy geek, and honest to a fault. Creator of the Global Read Aloud Project and believer in all children. I have no awards or accolades except for the lightbulbs that go off in my students’ heads every day.

Presentation: Let Them Speak – Creating a Student Centered Classroom

Description: Unlearning how to traditionally be a teacher in order to create a student-centered environment.  Tools used are hands-on learning, simulations, as well as student blogging.

Date & Times: 1:30pm-2pm PST, New York 4:30pm EST, Denver 2:30pm MST, 9:30pm GMT, Paris 10:30pm CET, Perth 5:30am Sun., Sydney 8:30am Sun., Tokyo 6:30am Sun. Check your time zone here!

If you missed the presentation, click here to see the archive.

Website: mrspripp.blogspot.com

Twitter: @4thGrdTeach

Interview with Pernille about her upcoming presentation:



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