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Phyllis Manning
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  • Lenoir City, TN
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Title:
Math Teacher, Social Studies Teacher, Science Teacher
Organization (if applicable):
Monroe County Schools and Hiwassee College
Location (City or Town):
Loudon
About Me or Reason for Joining the GEC:
I am interested in global collaborative, video conferencing, project based learning, and global education efforts. My students live in a small community in the East Tennessee area of the United States. My students recently participated in a global conference concerning the spread of the Ebola virus. Participating in this conference allowed my students to view presentations and hear speeches from students around the world, including one from our school.
I am a:
teacher
Grade Level or Age of Students You Work With (if applicable):
6 - College Level
Web Site (if applicable):
http://www.edproconsultants.weebly.com
Global Education Projects Sponsored By You or That You're Involved In (if applicable):
International Project Based Learning: The Monarch Butterfly.
Languages Spoken:
English
Favorite Education Resources:
EdTech Review
Twitter Name:
@manningpw
Skype Name:
phyllis.manning4

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