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Steve Johnson

Steve Johnson

Steve Johnson

Steve Johnson has had the complete pleasure of teaching students for the past twelve years, ages 5-14. He currently works at a middle school, where he is a technology facilitator, aiding both students and teachers in technology-rich project based learning.  Not a day goes by without opportunities to create, collaborate, tinker, problem solve, and publish alongside students!

Steve is the author of “Digital Tools for Teaching”, a book focused on how to improve student learning with relevant and engaging digital tools. He also contributed technology-infused lessons for the 2nd edition of Carol Baldwin’s “Teaching the Story”, which focuses on the creative writing process for ages 9-15.

Steve is just a guy who loves to help students and teachers and has been blessed in being able to follow through on these passions each day.  Please contact him if you need any help matching digital tools to content or curriculum goals!

@edtechsteve

http://edtechsteve.com

Presentation Title/Description: Let’s talk about how to help kids that come to us from poverty

The single most consistent predictor of a student’s success in school is their family income level, yet we often skirt around this issue in education reform discussions. Let’s have a conversation about what these kids need, how we can best help them break the bonds of generational poverty, and how we can harness the power of social networks to bring educators together to tackle this very tough and necessary topic.

Date & Times: Saturday, July 30th, 18:00 LA time http://www.timeanddate.com

Schedule with Room Link: https://spreadsheets.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0AmiH3CkSSpYxdGVZbXJvc3ZBcW43OUJUcVpRb0d2WEE&hl=en_US#gid=10

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