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One Gesture At A Time: Knowledge and Action Hand in Hand

1.  Your Name and Title:      Mary Brownell – Middle School Reading Specialist, Civilizations Teacher 2.  School or Organization Name:     Springside Chestnut Hill Academy3.  Co-Presenter Name(s):  …Continue

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We Are Builders, Too: Middle School Students Learn The Hard Way

1.  Your Name and Title:  Mary Brownell - Middle School Reading Specialist, Civilizations Teacher    2.  School, Library, or Organization Name: SCH Academy3.  Co-Presenter Name(s):  Six Grades5/6…Continue

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One Gesture At A Time: Knowledge and Action Hand in Hand

1.  Your Name and Title:      Mary Brownell – Middle School Reading Specialist, Civilizations Teacher 2.  School or Organization Name:     Springside Chestnut Hill Academy3.  Co-Presenter Name(s):      Middle School Girls Grades 5-74.  Area of the World from Which You Will Present:     United States5.  Language in Which You Will Present:     English6.  Target Audience(s):     Middle School students and their teachers7.  Short Session Description (one line):One Gesture At A Time: Knowledge and…See More
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mbrownell joined Steve Hargadon's group
Sep 25, 2012
mbrownell replied to Mohamed E. Issa's discussion iEARN Egypt through the years
"Dear Mohamed Emad Essa,      I read with interest your presentation description. I know my students will be happy to participate in your discussion. We have studied Egypt, but to share ideas and challenges with your students will…"
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We Are Builders, Too: Middle School Students Learn The Hard Way

1.  Your Name and Title:  Mary Brownell - Middle School Reading Specialist, Civilizations Teacher    2.  School, Library, or Organization Name: SCH Academy3.  Co-Presenter Name(s):  Six Grades5/6 students 4.  Country from Which You Will Present: USA5.  Language in Which You Will Present: English6.  Target Audience (such as primary school teachers, high school administrators, students, etc.)   Grade 5/6 Social Studies Students7.  Short Session Description (one line) We Are Builders, Too: Middle…See More
Aug 9, 2012
mbrownell is now a member of The Global Education Conference Network
Nov 17, 2011

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Reading Specialist/English-History Teacher
Organization (if applicable):
Springside Chestnut Hill Academy in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania USA
Location (City or Town):
USA, Pennsylvania
About Me or Reason for Joining the GEC:
Affiliation with iEARN and its depth of resources, global projects, and consideration of students and teachers everywhere has been transformative. In terms of learning with others, redesigning curriculum to meet a brorad range of students at many levels of learning, has completely changed the ways in which learning opportunities are created in our classrooms by and for students. I can only hope that other teachers might also find a "niche" within the many resources that iEARN has to offer in so many differing ways. I look forward to promoting those opportunities in as many ways possible as a teacher.
I am a:
teacher
Grade Level or Age of Students You Work With (if applicable):
Middle School - Grades 5-8
Web Site (if applicable):
http://sch.org
Global Education Projects Sponsored By You or That You're Involved In (if applicable):
Finding Solutions to Hunger
Holiday Greeting Cards
YouthCan
Kindred Family History
Languages Spoken:
English

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